As the realm of medical marijuana dispensaries has expanded rapidly in the last few years, breeders of high-quality marijuana have turned their eye on high-CBD medical cannabis research.
As a non-psychoactive cannabinoid, many recreational growers had worked to reduce CBD in their strains, but today it is making a resurgence mostly for medical purposes.
Here are a few of the most popular high-CBD strains available today and their most common medicinal uses.
This notable strain is a very high-CBD option with up to 24 percent CBD. It is commonly used for treating seizures and epilepsy-related disorders. It has also been used for patients with Alzheimer’s and other diseases that affect their motor skills. For recreational users, it can be used to achieve clarity and focus in your tasks.
Charlotte’s Web gained widespread notoriety a few years ago when it was featured in several news articles about the potential for treating children with concentrates. Demand for this strain skyrocketed and now it is available in many different formats and widely regarded as one of the best strains for pain management.
Warlock is actually a hybrid strain that is high in CBD but still contains a notable amount of THC as well. Many people choose Warlock for pain relief as well as treating anxiety and depression. Ask your local dispensary about CBD-heavy Warlock variants for your ailments. If you are lacking motivation, this is a good choice, even for recreational users.
Harlequin is noted for having an extremely potent CBD content. It is touted as a prime choice for dealing with chronic pain and stress. It has nearly three times as much CBD in it as THC, putting it up there with ACDC for strength.
A newer hybrid that has seen lots of variation is Ringo’s Gift. This is another strain that requires some research as the actual CBD content can vary widely from a 50/50 CBD/THC mix to a 90/10 ratio. Generally used for extreme stress relief, this particular strain can be very versatile for treating other health issues as well.
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There are many other high-CBD strains now on the market. If you are new to medical cannabis, you should ask for guidance from the friendly professionals at Point Loma Patient Consumer Co-Operative to determine which strains are most often used for your symptoms.
Keep in mind that even within each strain there is some variability in cannabinoid content, so it may take some time to experiment to determine what works best for your condition. With time and patience, we are confident that we can help you find the relief you seek with medical marijuana.