Five Strains High In CBD To Help You Relax

Cannabis strains with high CBD and low THC are gaining widespread popularity across dispensaries in recent years. Cannabis is not just for hippies, and people are not smoking cannabis just to get stoned anymore. So, how can you tell which strains are high in CBD? There are so many strains available on the market it can be overwhelming. We’ve compiled a short list of some of the most common CBD strains available on the market.

While we have created a list of the most common CBD strains, it’s important to remember that other dispensaries may also carry may other strains not mentioned in this list. If you are curious to try a strain mentioned in our list, ask your local dispensary if they carry that strain or something similar.

First of all, what is CBD? CBD stands for cannabidiol. It’s a non-intoxicating cannabis compound with a variety of studied benefits. These benefits include anti-inflammatory properties, anti-anxiety, depression, and pain relief. If you are new to CBD, click here to read more about what CBD is. Click here to learn more about the difference between CBD and THC.

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Cannatonic (17% CBD)

Resin Seeds, a Spanish seed bank that bills itself as the “founders of the CBD movement,” developed this hybrid strain around 2008 to seize on the emerging research around the medical benefits of CBD. A cross between the popular MK Ultra and G13 Haze, Cannatonic consistently tests with high CBD levels — depending on the phenotype, they range from 6 to 17% CBD.

ACDC (19% CBD)

ACDC is a sativa-dominant phenotype of the high-CBD cannabis strain, Cannatonic. One remarkable characteristic of ACDC is this strain induces little to no intoxicating effects. Tests have put ACDC’s CBD content as high as 19%, which helps users manage chronic pain, anxiety, epilepsy, MS, and the negative effects of chemotherapy. ACDC helps patients relieve their symptoms while being able to focus on their work during the day.

SHK or Stephen Hawking Kush (22% CBD)

This kush is named after the most famous astrophysicist Dr. Stephen Hawking. SHK helps patients manage the symptoms of muscular degenerative diseases like ALS, Multiple Sclerosis and Muscular Dystrophy. This particular strain was created by pollenatingHarle-Tsu female with a Sin City Kush male. The soothing, relaxing effects help manage pain and suppress nausea.

Ringo’s Gift (24% CBD)

Ringo’s Gift (named for the late Lawrence Ringo) is a high-CBD strain that crosses Harle-Tsu and ACDC. Ringo’s Gift comes a variety of different phenotypes and ratios. There’s a “one-for-one” strain, meaning it has an equal ratio of CBD to THC. Ringo’s Gift has also seen ratios as steep as 24:1 CBD/THC. This strain is popular in the cannabis clubs of Barcelona. This is because providing a mellow mix of cerebral activity and soothing, full-body relaxation without the “couch lock” effect.

Sour Tsunami (30% CBD)

Sour Tsunami combines two diesel varieties — Sour Diesel and NYC Diesel. This particular strain has a higher percentage of THC (10%) compared to other high CBD strains but levels of CBD that can range between 12 and 30%.

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Published by Alyssha

Alyssha

Alyssha Bal is the editor of Nordic Oil’s blog. She’s a Philadelphia native who has a keen interest in alternative and natural medicine, especially the use of cannabis for healing. It is for this reason that she is passionate about helping to spread accurate information about the benefits of cannabis. She reports and educates about cannabis as it relates to policy, politics, science, and culture. Her goal is to be a contributor to a safe, fair, and legal cannabis industry. When she is not writing, Alyssha likes to travel, try new food, and spend time with her husband and Maltese. Currently, she lives in Munich.

One comment on “Five Strains High In CBD To Help You Relax”

  1. I love the different strain options given in this article. It feels like the author did her research about the strains and the THC plus CBD ratios well. I am yet to try some of the strains listed in this article. I am eagerly looking forward to trying Sour Tsunami and Ringo’s gift as they are high in THC and I have never heard of them before. I will be visiting my nearest dispensary for the required information because I don’t want to get really stoned.

    I have had a long history of anxiety and as soon as cannabis and medical marijuana got legalized, I wanted to try something that would help me feel better and happier again. It helped in a great many ways, I could sleep better, I had clearer thoughts and didn’t indulge in over-thinking. I feel these alternative medicines/options are such a blessing in disguise if used properly. I have known so many people who still couldn’t feel better after consulting doctors and having pills that were good for nothing.

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