Eastern European is not one single strain, but refers to any strain that grows in this area of the world. These strains are commonly referred to as landraces and are usually indica in nature. Those who use Eastern European strains tend to feel an energetic, euphoric, and giggly high that effectively treats lack of appetite, fatigue, and headaches. These strains do tend to cause dizziness as a side effect, though few other side effects are reported. Eastern European strains tend to have an earthy taste with a woody, piney smell with hints of skunk that make them easily recognizable.