Dabbin Dad's CT MMP Strain Database 17+

Dabbin Dad, LLC

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 46 Ratings
    • Free



View the Connecticut MMP official product names and their corresponding popular strain name. In Connecticut, the naming of medicinal marijuana strains can get confusing. Dabbin' Dad put together a database of the DCP approved strain name and matched it up to a strain name you may be more familiar with.

With this app, you will be able to access the latest list and use it wherever you have your phone.

The app will be kept up to date by downloading the latest info from Dabbin' Dad's website. So, you will always have the latest strain information.

Once you get an updated list, it will be available to you offline. So, you do not have to worry if you can not get internet access at your dispensary.

You can filter the list easily by typing text into the filter box or by selecting a producer. This will help you look up the common name of a strain you see in a Connecticut dispensary, and it will help you find a Connecticut strain if you know the common name.

What’s New

Version 1.0

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
46 Ratings

46 Ratings

DBH ink ,


I’m always hearing about this strain and that strain, but because of bureaucracy we get Connecticut brand names for our Cannabis.

This app takes the guess work out of what your dispensary has to offer. Your friend has been raving about Girl Scout Cookies for a week that he got from the street. Turns out you’ve been using it for months, but until you’ve looked it up on this app, you didn’t know.

Cross reference with Leafly and you’ll be well educated on your next trip to the dispensary.

lostimbales ,

Hands down

Ct medical marijuana names are confusing like mathematics: indicol, canabicol, hybridol.. and hard to find information with.. this app helped me to find the real names: cookies, cakes, kush, now we’re talking. Thanks for this app, very helpful.

Savagegirl_17 ,

Wish updates were consistent.

I use this database all the time to help pick my meds, and it's mostly great, but sometimes new strains come out and there's no info on them for weeks. It my only critique, but it's pretty big when it takes weeks to find out what a new CT strain actually is.

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