Wabanaki is a moderate, proprietary strain from OrganiGram. With 13.9% THC 0.07% CBD, this product is a good option for intermediate users or beginners who are looking to graduate to a higher THC level. Regardless, there is enough THC to cause intoxication. Do not drive or operate heavy machinery after using Wabanaki.
Patients report a wood-like, pine aroma with sweet undertones.
• Wabanaki offers a primarily uplifting high. Users feel focused, euphoric and
happy, but also relaxed.
• The strain’s mood-enhancing effects offer a clearheaded high, providing
relief from depression. Meanwhile, its relaxing benefits help those with
anxiety, ADD, ADHD, PTSD and stress.
• Pain relief is one of Wabanaki’s primary abilities, despite the milder high. This
makes it a good option for people with back pain, neck pain, muscle pain,
joint pain, inflammation, arthritis and fibromyalgia.
Wabanaki’s terpene content is as follows:
• Myrcene – A fragrant terpene responsible for giving the product an herb-like
• B-Caryophyllene – Spicy terpene resembling the taste of black pepper.
Effective as an anti-inflammatory, antidepressant, analgesic, anti-anxiety,
cancer inhibitor and even reduces alcohol cravings in addicts.
• A/B Pinene – Terpene responsible for adding a pine-like aroma to cannabis
(and other plants). Also acts as an anti-inflammatory, bronchiodialator,
memory aid and neural stimulant (improves alertness).
• Ocimene – Offers a fruity, minty, floral flavour. Also carries antiviral,
antifungal, antibacterial, antiseptic and decongestant properties.
• Terpinolene – A terpene that generates a floral, pine-like or citrusy aroma
with anti-cancer, antioxidant, antibacterial, sedative and antifungal properties.
• Tested for purity
• No heavy metals, microbes, fungi or other contaminants
Patients using Wabanaki report the following possible side effects:
Wabanaki is a First Nations term that means “People of the First Light”. A proprietary strain bred by OrganiGram, no information is available about its strain origins.
Despite its mysterious roots, this did not stop Wabanaki from becoming an award-winning strain. In 2017, it won Gold in the Canadian Cannabis Awards for the category of “Top Sativa Flower”