Which Strain of Cannabis Is Right For You?

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The right strain of cannabis can make all the difference. Which strain you ingest can drastically alter your experience. We’ve known countless people that have smoked cannabis once only to report that it gave them a panic attack or made them feel like they were dying. While the onset of such negative experiences has to do with improper dosage, a large portion also hinges on which strain they smoked. Each person’s endocannabinoid system is significantly different. The array of cannabinoids present in each strain react with that system, producing a distinctly different effect across individuals.

Thus, strain choice is a particularly personal process. It takes the average user dozens of trips to the dispensary before they find the strain that fits their medical or recreational needs. As those needs change, the search process has to begin, yet again. At WoahStork, we help you find the right strain from Day 1. Our algorithms learn your likes and dislikes, combines them with your current needs, and lets you order the right product in your area.

Our new platform launches in early 2017. In the meantime, check out our quiz below. It will introduce you to our “Activity Groups”. Click the link below to get started!

About WoahStork
WoahStork is the leading online cannabis marketplace. Users simply upload a picture of their ID and medical marijuana recommendation (if needed) and they can instantly shop online from dozens of dispensaries in their area. Whether ordering pickup or delivery, WoahStork cuts out the paperwork and makes buying cannabis easy. We even help you find the perfect product for any occasion — we ask you what your plans are or what medical ailments you’re trying to relieve, leverage your previous shopping history, and find you the right product nearby.

About Nicco Reggente, PhD 135 Articles
Nicco is the co-founder and CEO of WoahStork and Strain Genie-- two companies dedicated to bringing to life his passion of bringing personalized medicine to the cannabis industry. Nicco received his PhD from UCLA in cognitive neuroscience with a focus on machine learning applied to neuroimaging datasets. He previously received two B.As from NYU in Psychology and Philosophy.

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  1. I’m looking for something that will help my Vietnam War time PTSD, Anxiety, Depression and IBS-D. I also have continuous back pain and carpal tunnel in my right wrist from a motorcycle accident.

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