We originally reviewed this program 2 years ago but because it is bigger, badder and better we thought we would “re-review” it here today, and as we said the first time, it could very well be a super short review, summing it up in just two words “Love It!“.
Here are some of the new/updated features:
At the time of our original review The Cannabis Strain Directory contained under 1300 strains, it has now expanded to close to 1800 different strains!
Bookmark Your Favorites
When researching information about strains it would be nice to save your work to refer back to it later, now you can do that easily with “Add to Bookmarks” allowing you to refer back to your library of favorite (or researched) strains.
Cannabis How To
There is a learning curve to everything. Now The Cannabis Strain Directory can make growing your own even easier. Everything from choosing a strain, selecting and setting up a grow space and dealing with the “unexpected” (like disease) is included.
The Emperor Wears No Clothes
A complete edition of the 181 page book “The Emperor Wears No Clothes” (Also known as “The Hemp Bible“) by Jack Herer (yes, THAT Jack Herer) is included as part of this program.
And there’s a lot more to love about it as well, starting with the fact that IT’S FREE.
But there’s so much more to The Cannabis Strain Directory, starting with the fact that there are (currently) almost 1800 strains listed and because the list is updated so frequently every time The Cannabis Strain Directory launches it checks for updates to the database, so you’ll always be current when it comes to available cannabis strains.
You will find detailed and useful information on all of the listed strains and there are so many search options — you can search by breeder, you can search by strain, and (my favorite) you can search by disease. Once you’ve chosen a given disease you can then select the option to “show all strains that treat these symptoms“.
And once you have those strains listed you have even more options, like “the overview” which gives a quick peak at all the applicable strains for the selected disease process.
We love the fact that we can email strain information to clients and patients to help them pick the most appropriate strain to meet there specific need.
Because the software is free its development is supported by the occasional banner ad integrated into the software, but they are few, out of the way and in no way interfere with or make the use of the The Cannabis Strain Directory difficult or cumbersome to use.
Sorry Apple users but The Cannabis Strain Directory is still a Windows only program.
If you want to save some of your internet bandwidth then simply download the “program only” and take it for a test run, but I promise you that you’re going to love it, so just get the full enchilada.
Bottom line The Cannabis Strain Directory is extremely useful and gets two thumbs way up.
If you have used The Cannabis Strain Directory please leave a comment and let us (and our readers) know what you think program and what your experience has been.