Sweet Thai is a sativa-dominant cross of Super Tai and an unknown early Skunk variety, possibly Skunk #1. It has a sativa/indica ratio of at least 70:30. It’s unclear where exactly this strain got its name, as its flavor and aroma aren’t especially sweet: The smell is fruity but also spicy, and the taste is smooth, musky, and spicy. THC levels vary widely, with available tests suggesting a range of roughly 10%-28%. CBD levels, on the other hand, are higher than average but still not very high, slightly less than 1%. That means Sweet Thai may not be the best choice for alleviating symptoms that respond to CBD, such as seizures, so talk with your doctor and budtender before using it for that purpose. This strain is recommended produces a distinctly cerebral high that’s good for treating depression, anxiety, nausea, and stress. The effects are nearly immediate, delivering a strong shot of energy and a mood boost. Negative effect aren’t widely reported, though the usual issues include dry mouth and red eyes, as well as paranoia. Sweet Thai isn’t common anywhere, but the West Coast is probably the easiest place to find it.