The medicinal and recreational uses of cannabis have been around for centuries. There is an increasing interest in the variety of cannabis strains, especially with legalization across many countries. Although there are many readily available strains, collectors and enthusiasts also love rare and exotic strains.

One of the most sought-after cannabis strains is Malawi Gold. This exotic cannabis variety comes from Malawi in Africa. This strain is famous for its energetic and uplifting effects and sweet, spicy taste. This strain is rare and considered to be one of the most valuable in the world.

Red Congolese is another uncommon strain that is thought to have originated from Africa. This strain is well-known because of its strong cerebral effects. These effects are said to be both relaxing and energizing. It has a sweet, fruity scent with hints lemon and spice.

Another exotic strain is the Panama Red, which has been around since the 1960s. It is best known for its bright red hairs. Its taste profile is described to be earthy and sweet with hints of sweetness.

Lebanese Blonde comes from the Middle East and is a rare variety. It is well-known for its uplifting and euphoric properties, which are described as both relaxing and stimulating. Its flavor profile can be described as spicy and earthy with hints sweetness.

Fans are also very interested in the Afghan Kush strain. It is believed that it originated in Afghanistan’s Hindu Kush mountains. It is also known for its powerful sedative properties. It has a mild flavor that is earthy, woody, and hints of sweetness.

These are just some of the many rare and unusual cannabis strains out there today. Although these strains are rare and costly, they offer an exceptional experience and are highly sought after by cannabis enthusiasts. These exotic and rare strains are well worth the effort, whether you are a collector of cannabis or just an avid explorer.

Laura McQueen
Author: Laura McQueen

Laura McQueen is a writer for She has been writing for different cannabis websites and publications since 2018.