Top 5 High CBD and High THC Cannabis Strainsspeedgreens
The taboo associated with cannabis consumption which has somewhat abated in certain countries of the world has permitted millions of people to benefit from the use of marijuana as a safe and effective medication. With tons of researches being carried on about the active constituents of cannabis strains, users can access loads of information about the effects and uses of the two major types of cannabinoids- THC and CBD. However, the ideal cannabis strain for you is largely dependent on your particular condition, ailment or desired effects. Keep reading to find out about the best and most talked-about high CBD and high THC cannabis strains you will find in today’s market.
Top 5 High CBD Cannabis Strains:
Harlequin is made up of approximately 75% sativa but it doesn’t come with the strong psychoactive effects typical of sativa strains mainly due to the mitigating effect of the presence of CBD. With a CBD: THC ratio of 5:2, this weed strain was the recipient of numerous cannabis cups. This strain can be safely used by medical cannabis users since it doesn’t produce any kind of high other than an elevated mood and a mellow state of mind. It is a potent pain-alleviating strain which can help you cope with stiffness, joint aches, neuralgic aches, and pain from fibromyalgia.
• Ringo’s Gift
A hybrid of ACDC and Harle Tsu, the CBD: THC ratio of this strain is 24:1. So as you can guess, the super low THC content makes sure that you don’t get any sort of cerebral high. This makes it a very popular medical cannabis option for users who are trying to find alternate remedies for pain alleviation. Created specifically for patients dealing with pain, this one will relax your mind, unwind your body and produce a sensation of calmness.
• Charlotte’s Web
This world famous medical cannabis strain was specifically created for Charlotte Figi – a patient of epilepsy and medical weed user. The effectiveness of this strain in curing Figi’s seizures became quite well known after CNN did a special feature on it. It gives you minimal psychoactive effects because of its extremely low THC content. However, the CBD content of this strain can get as high as 15%-20%. Charlotte’s Web is widely used for treating paediatric seizure disorders like Dravet’s Syndrome. It is also used by patients of arthritis, muscle spasms, migraines and fibromyalgia.
This CBD heavy strain with a THC : CBD ratio of 1:1 is a 50/50 hybrid strain which will not only relieve your pain but also give you a powerful warming and body numbing sensation. This relaxing weed which strain uplifts your mood and enhances your focus can also be useful for coping with migraines, muscle spasms, and headaches. Cannatonic is often used by people with stress, anxiety and bipolar disorder.
Pennywise is an indica dominant strain which is a cross between Jack the Ripper and Harlequin. With a THC content of 12%-15%, it has a CBD: THC ration of 1:1. Its moderately high THC content is going to produce a light cerebral buzz which is why only experienced users should use it for medication. Its high CBD content makes it a great medication for patients of PTSD, epilepsy, arthritis, and other neurological disorders.
Top 5 high THC cannabis strains
• Bruce Banner
One of the most potent high THC strains of our time, this one comes with a THC concentration of a whopping 30%. This sativa dominant hybrid strain pungent smell and earthy flavour and provides a comforting body high and uplifted mood. It is also notable for its effective pain killing effects.
• Girl Scout Cookies
This award-winning high THC strain needs little introduction. A cross of OG Kush and Durban Poison, its THC average is a whopping 25%-28%! One of the best parts about this strain apart from the terrific high it produces is its mesmerizingly sweet and earthy aroma. It provides a wave of euphoric feeling, accompanied by sedative effects which can last for up to three hours.
• Ghost train haze
GTH is a legendary sativa heavy cannabis strain whose THC content has been tested as high as 25%. It gives you a citric and piney aroma and is much favored by connoisseurs for its potent borderline psychedelic effects. Although it is known for its energy boost, it is best smoked in small quantities at the end of a hectic day. Newbies should stay away from this one because of the overwhelming cerebral haziness it produces.
• The White
The White derives its name from the numerous white trichomes which makes the buds look like being sugar coated. With an average THC level of 25%-30%, The White is famous for its smooth flavor and thought provoking capacity. Its mild smell and taste also make it ideal for use in edibles like marijuana butter or cake. However, first time users should take a very limited dose since it is known to induce anxiety after the initial intake.
• Death Star
There’s nothing better to conclude our THC high stains than with the celebrated Death Star- known for its tremendous potency and top-notch cerebral high. Death Star is an indica dominant strain that is a cross between Sensi Star and Sour Diesel. Even the tiniest dose of this strain will leave you feeling relaxed, happy, euphoric and sedated. It is often used to alleviate symptoms of insomnia, stress and depression, pain, and nausea.
No matter which strain you decide on trying, always make sure to start with a low or moderate dose to avoid any unpleasant experience. Users on the lookout for a suitable strain to treat their ailments need to consult a medical marijuana doctor and talk about their symptoms. If you are trying to find some of the best high THC strains then look no further than your local medical cannabis dispensary in Canada.
Look of great info, bookmarked for later thanks
High CBD strains can help with anxiety and appetite and can help you wind off THC if you are consuming too much of it, high thc strains are great for long time users, great read
Theres always some sweet high THC and high CBD strains on the Speed Greens menu!
Super excited to try my first order
Awesome read. Thanks again I had no idea of the stains cannatoni or ringo’s gift existed now I wanna try them.
Another interesting article.
Great info, a couple strains I had not heard of for research
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