Let me start by saying, no...I don't.

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Let me also start by saying, if you do...all good, no judgement, let me guide you to the goods...or something.

Grab the Doritos and Cherry Garcia, this could take a while. With the state of Illinois deep into the legal weed game, with BILLIONS of dollars in it sold, why not provide a little guide to what's good and what's the most popular in Illinois. LEAFY

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The verbiage used in this set up from Leafy, is bud-tastic. That was a poor attempt...

Using data from Leafly’s strain database, these are the most popular strains in Illinois right now. Next time you stroll into the dispensary, ask your budtender about these strains. - Leafy

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So here we go, with the highest of the high...the most popular marijuana strains in the state of Illinois...Pay attention to the names, that's my favorite part!

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Jet Fuel - This is part of the actual review of this strain: "Love this for my wake and bake heading to work."  What in the...

Lemon Cake - Here's another great review/description: "It is mentally euphoric and relaxing."

Ice Cream Cake - This one sounds delicious...is it like an ice cream cake from DQ? "watch a movie or eat something tasty and it will put a smile on your face."

Green Line OG - Know anyone with social anxiety? "It’s a great strain for being social, or doing anything active."

Motorbreath - I've heard that song..."This strain is so pungent with skunkiness, it’s honestly the stinkiest bud I’ve ever bought."

Wedding Crasher - Vince Vaugh not included. I’m a big daytime smoker, Wedding Crasher is my new favorite."

 

Well there you go, enjoy the movie and popcorn...or enjoy dealing with people at work?

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