Zodiac Weed Strains: Capricorn Strains You’ll Love

When it comes to switching it off or lighting it up, Capricorns bring just the right amount of ambitious and focused energy. Therefore, it is very appropriate that the Capricorn season encompasses both the end and the beginning of each year.

If you find yourself suddenly inspired during the short, wintry days between December 22nd and January 19th to finish everything you have started over the past 12 months, thank the Cardinal Earth sign. Capricorns are the bosses of the zodiac, and whether they want to admit it or not, everyone kind of wants a piece.

Depicted as single-minded mermaid mountain goats, they scale impossible surfaces and swim against insurmountable tides. Capricorn energy can be stubborn, meticulous, and virtuous, and while people born under this sign may appear cold on the outside, their season brings out the sincerest and softest in all of us. Capricorn is essentially an impeccable mood that should be taken advantage of whenever possible.

Whether you want to maximize your productivity in cappy season or build a stash of strains that deliver that high-functioning stoner Capricorn spirit, consider these strains curated by a true Capricorn (rising).

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Alaska’s ice

Alaskan Ice is a cross between White Widow and Haze that is reported to deliver uplifting effects with a gentle slope. Consumers report a soft focus in the head that can feel very introspective given the bold genetics of her parent strains. If you are reserved, Capricorn energy is what you are looking for, Alaskan Ice could be the perfect move to take control of your life.

Expect a spicy pine aroma and a grassy, ​​woody extract.

big sumo

For those who need to focus on a more focused Capricorn energy, Sumo Grande can be a great strain for heat — aka Big Brain stuff.

This strain was bred from a cross between Hong Kong and Nina Limone, and the resulting flower is a nimble hybrid that delivers both mental clarity and a bubbly body balm that makes it much easier to fall into a state of flow. FYI: In the flow state, Capricorn energy thrives, try not to be swept away.

Expect a tangy citrus nose and an exhale of lemon candy.

triangle mints

Smokers looking to capitalize on the energy of the cool older sibling Capricorn will appreciate the unique effects of Triangle Mints, a cross between Triangle Kush and Animal Mints. It leans briskly, but not so much that the highs get manic. Consumers are more likely to describe dissociative highs that are velvety and relaxing while remaining focused.

Therapeutic consumers report the effectiveness of this strain in evaporating stress and anxiety. When the squad has a boss fight to fight, bring this to the circle and watch as everyone’s self-discipline suddenly ebbs.

Expect a gassy herbal nose and a sharp, minty exhale.


Capricorn energy is intentional but also icy AF. So when the mood calls for effects that leave a cool yet rosy calm, a strain like Cream could be the answer. Cream’s genetics lean towards ultra-relaxation, but consumers report a creative stimulation that makes the high colorful and euphoric rather than sleepy and dissociative. When Capricorn season calls for your dormant B-face (you’re not alone), Cream can help you lean into your apathy without dulling your glow.

Expect a sweet, creamy perfume and a floral Diesel burst.

The soap

Fitness stoners hoping to down some super-concentrated Capricorn juice before their next long workout might consider The Soap, a peppy phenotype of Triangle Mints. She is ideal for those who prefer no-nonsense, landrace-style delivery to a nuanced, cerebral hybrid.

Recreational users report fiery highs with long-lasting physical effects, and therapeutic users report potency in potentially relieving aches and pains.

Expect a spicy, funky cheese aroma and a tart citrus scent.


Fans of Capricorn Feels and Cookies genetics might enjoy Zookies, a balanced hybrid of GG4 and Animal Cookies. Consumers report that it tends to deliver fast-acting, hard-hitting, long-lasting bliss. Body effects are reportedly heavy to the brink of dormancy, but the head highs can be soaring and euphoric.

Beginners should expect an overall calming high, but the more experienced might be able to indulge in the finer nuances of Zookies. Therapeutic users report a cottony, calm head high and a cashmere-smooth body relaxation that could help with aches and pains.

Expect a spark of tropical fruit on the nose and a floral, herbal exhale.

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