For January, online search results for Jack Herer, Tangie, Blueberry, Banana OG, Strawberry Cough, Grape Ape, and Do-Si-Dos eclipsed hundreds of other hybrids, making them some of North America’s most searched strains during the first month of 2018.
Since the start of the new year, recreational marijuana prices continued to decline in California, Colorado, Oregon, Washington, and Nevada – with only Arizona’s medical marijuana Spot Price Index holding stable. Despite the price’s overall downward trend for most marijuana strains during the month of January, a few strains witnessed their eighth price elevate nicely since new year’s eve. Up significantly on a month-over-month basis, Fire OG and Blue Cookies witnessed their eighth price jump during January – gaining $5.79 and $4.01 respectively.
January’s movers and shakers on the Top 25 Most Popular Strains list for North America were Strawberry Cough, up 38 spots to the 23rd position; Do-Si-Dos, up 37 placements to the 17th slot, and Banana OG which bolted over 36 strains and took root in the 14th position.
North America’s Top 25 Most Popular Strains list is comprised of millions of data points and measured via online engagements. Extracted by Weedmaps and distributed by Marijuana.com, January’s summary of strain queries offers a clear picture of the online search habits of today’s cannabis consumers.
Over the past 30 days, the average price per eighth for one of North America’s top 25 strains was roughly $33.80 – which is down $4.51 from December’s average price per eighth of $38.31.