The classification of cannabis strains into families had made navigating the over six hundred and fifty kinds that Weed Seeds carries easier than ever. While trying to figure out where every new strain comes from is a daunting task, grouping strains with similar effects, genetics, and phenotypes into families makes figuring out which seeds to buy a breeze. The idea is to have a flowchart of suggested strains based on previous experience with other similar breeds. While genetically speaking, families are typically groups of cultivars that share a common ancestor. Cannabis classification also focuses on strains with different ancestors that share common effects. The Fruit Family is more of a clan with similar flavors and less of a genetic line of ancestors. It’s a gang of delicious cannabis plants full of notes of grapefruits, lemons, oranges, cherries, mangoes, melons, and blueberries. Some members of this family are low THC, high CBD producers who deliver berry blasts and respite from common ailments with very little psychoactivity. Others are potent and famous heavy-hitters who all but annihilate stress, anxiety, and inflammatory pain with their delicious and dank nuggets. Some of the most popular strains of the last twenty years have had incredibly fruity profiles. These flavors have become more and more popular, as terpenes are better understood and cannabis breeders are able to take advantage of genetic science in order to emphasize certain phenotypes and precisely predict or manipulate the outcomes of certain crosses. Rich tropical berry flavors define the Fruit family. They’re like the most expensive fruit cup on the menu, with large chunks of mango and fresh pineapple interspersed with organic blueberries, wild strawberries, watermelon, honeydew, cantaloupe, and beads of pomegranate. These strains are primarily used for their uplifting and sociable mental health effects, but also have a profound impact on inflammation, nausea, muscle pain, and even low sex drives. Check out WS USA’s two dozen Fruit family strains today!