A type of cannabis, producing a high felt more in the body rather than the head. Beasters are often cultivated in the British Columbia area, which is where the term originated (BC -> Beasters). Typically referring to the C. indica strain, beasters are usually less preferred than the head high of C. sativa (see headies). Beasters are also notorious for being excessively overpriced.
Don't waste all that cash on beasters, just throw down a little extra for some headies. You won't regret it!
by Hannah the Phish June 02, 2006
Known as the "Lows of the Highs" this type of marijuana is the brick weed of Canada. Grown in mass quantities in British Columbia this marijuana is usualy striped of keif, sprayed with chems, thrown into bags, and shipped over to the U.S. where people can pay up to 40$ for 3.5g. This marijuana is NOT low grade pot compared to most of the weed going around. Though the high may be not quite as good as that from headies like sensi star and northern lights, you tend to avoid the confused, head-ache high that commercial pot gives you. If commercial weed gives you anything at all.
I smoke beasters only when there are no headies around.
by Anonymous July 28, 2003
Kind Bud that ships in primarily from Canada, but also comes from amateur growers. Not quite as potent as "headies" or "dank", but still very potent. Mostly indica, giving a relaxing body high. Usually grown outdoors. Somewhat bricked. Usually runs at 40 an eighth, 150 a half, 270 per ounce. Many high school and college students smoke beasters for the lower price while still being very potent.
I'm about to go pick me up a sack of beasters. I'm gonna be smokin blunts all night!
by Joeycpd15 November 19, 2008