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10 Best High-CBD / Low-THC Marijuana Strains

10 Best High-CBD / Low-THC Marijuana Strains

Many users enjoy the psychoactive high offered by THC. It’s actually the most sought after effect by recreational users. However, there’s an increasing number of people turning to less psychoactive strains — varieties that boast high levels of CBD while being low in THC.  That’s because, for some people, the high induced by high-THC strains is overwhelming, often leading to feelings of distress, confusion, and anxiety.  This is where CBD helps. Not only isn’t CBD psychoactive, but it also blocks/mitigates the intoxicating effects of THC, making them more manageable. The soaring popularity of CBD has given rise to many high-CBD/low-THC marijuana strains that provide symptom relief with only mild psychoactive effects. The ratios can vary from strain to strain. There are flowers with ratios of CBD to THC like 20:1, 10:1, 5:1, 2:1, or 1:1. The more CBD is in the flower, the milder the psychoactive effects will be. Instead, users often report feeling a nice sensation of calm and relaxation but without too much buzz in their head. Today, we share our list of the 10 best high CBD / low THC marijuana strains on the market.  1.   Charlotte’s Web (22% CBD) Charlotte’s Web is perhaps the most popular high-CBD strain due to the CNN’s story of Charlotte Figi, a girl to whom it owes its name. Charlotte was suffering from Dravet Syndrome, a rare form of childhood epilepsy, which gave her 300 grand mal seizures per week until her parents tried CBD oil using this strain a s a treatment. Since then, Charlotte’s seizures were greatly reduced to one or less per week. Grown by Stanley...
Everything You Need to Know About Cannabis Sativa

Everything You Need to Know About Cannabis Sativa

When you ask budtender about the strains selection in your dispensary, the first question they’re going to ask is whether you prefer sativa or indica flower.  Categorizing strains according to the ratio of indica and sativa genetics is a popular system that makes choosing the buds much easier for novice users. After all, with so much choice, how do you know where to start looking for a cannabis strain you’ll fall in love with? If you like your herb in the morning, or you just want to stay creative, productive, and full of positive energy throughout the day, chances are that cannabis sativa strains will be your preferred option. These are the most sought-after varieties by people who appreciate consuming weed in social settings and make virtually any activity more exciting. Aside from the recreational aspect, cannabis sativa strains also have plenty of medical applications — from anxiety and depression to fatigue, chronic pain, and attention deficit disorders. Here we take a look at everything you need to know about cannabis sativa strains, including their origins, characteristics, and the types of effects they produce. What is Cannabis Sativa? Cannabis sativa is a species of the Cannabaceae plant family that includes both marijuana and hemp plants. Grown in warmer weather, sativa strains come from the countries located on or near the equator, such as Mexico, Colombia, Thailand, and Southeast Asia. Cannabis sativa has been harvested for its seeds, fiber, and oil, which have a long historical record industrial, nutritional, and medicinal materials. Today, sativa strains still grow wild throughout many tropical regions of the world. In the next section, we’ll...
Top 5 Cannabis Indica Strains Revealed

Top 5 Cannabis Indica Strains Revealed

Cannabis indica strains originated in desert mountain regions of Afghanistan and Hindu Kush. Having adapted to arid climates, these plants usually grow small and stocky, looking more like a bush rather than a tree. When it comes to their structure, indica plants don’t really need a lot of water which isn’t surprising given their native regions. This variety of cannabis is also popular with indoor growers, as indica plants take much less space and tend to flower more quickly than sativa. Contrary to a common misconception, sativa strains are subspecies of indica plants — not the opposite. Nowadays, it’s easier than ever to get your hands on top-shelf quality indica seeds. But what are the top indica strains to buy and grow in 2020?  Here are our top 5 varieties: Granddaddy Purple Tuna Kush Pink Bubba Violator Kush Black Diamond Let’s take a closer look at each of these strains. 1. Granddaddy Purple This indica staple deserves the number one place on our list of top cannabis indica strains like no other. Granddaddy Purple is not only a widely available strain in most cannabis dispensaries, but it’s also one of the best indica flowers for after-work relaxation or when you need a decent sleep aid. The strain’s THC content ranges between 17–23%, and thanks to its high myrcene content, its effects are sedating even at lower doses. One of the greatest things about Granddaddy Purple is that you can smoke it in greater amounts and still not experience paranoid thoughts or anxiety. The worst “side effect” that comes from consuming this strain is a serious case of the munchies...
Cannabis Ruderalis: What Is It and How Is It Different from Sativa or Indica?

Cannabis Ruderalis: What Is It and How Is It Different from Sativa or Indica?

Cannabis ruderalis is a curious species that has remained in the shadows of indica and sativa varieties for too long.  We believe that this particular strain should receive the attention it deserves, as it has contributed to a plethora of contemporary strains of cannabis. In this article, you’ll learn everything there is to know about cannabis ruderalis and how it is different from sativa or indica. What is Cannabis Ruderalis? Once believed to be the parent of other cannabis varieties, cannabis ruderalis is now accepted as its own species. It’s a hardy variety of cannabis that currently grows wild throughout Russia and Central Asia. It’s also an invaluable species for cannabis breeders, who have been cross-breeding ruderalis with other species to create hybrids with traits unique to the ruderalis variety, such as the autoflowering effect. Cannabis ruderalis is visibly smaller than indicas and sativas, growing a smaller number of side branches and palm-like leaves. Because of that, ruderalis often produces smaller yields of flower compared to other varieties. It’s a great feature for medical marijuana patients who want to grow their own medicine but have limited space indoors.  Cannabis ruderalis plants also don’t need special lighting, which means they’re also perfect for outdoor fields at any latitude. The Origins of Cannabis Ruderalis Cannabis ruderalis probably originated thousands of years ago in the regions of Central and Eastern Europe — specifically Russia — and Asia. It still grows there as a weed. The name “ruderalis” comes from the word “ruderal”, which in the botanical world refers to a species that is the first to be distributed by humans and colonize...
How to Make Your Own Vape Pen Juice

How to Make Your Own Vape Pen Juice

Vaping cannabis comes with many advantages, but the cost of vape juice definitely isn’t one of them. If you’re a fan of premium and more expensive vape liquid brands, vaping your THC juice can prove cost-prohibitive over time. Of course, there are also cheap vapes out there, but given the reputation they have received after the recent poisoning scandal in several US states, you may not want to risk your health trying to save on vape pen juice. Not to mention that your choices are often limited. Maybe you want to enjoy non-existing flavors, such as watermelon custard or caramel vanilla juice. Or worse, maybe your dispensary doesn’t sell any vapes and you end up empty-handed. Don’t worry, there’s a way to avoid these potential roadblocks on getting the vape pen juice you desire — make your own liquid! If you already have some experience with making DIY supplies for smoking or vaping weed, our guide will be easy to follow. Want to learn how to make high-quality homemade vape pen juice? We’ve put everything together in this article. What Is DIY Vape Juice? Making your own vape pen juice is as simple as mixing three ingredients: base liquid of propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG), your favorite strain or premade extract, and flavor concentrates. You can actually skip one of these; for example, if you prefer your vape pen juice to be unflavored, forget about the concentrate part. The quick method for making homemade vape pen juice involves thinning a cannabis extract of your choice with one of the thinning agents — PG or VG. However, in...
Learn How to Grow Cannabis Indoors

Learn How to Grow Cannabis Indoors

Setting up your first indoor grow room is a huge step forward in learning the nature of cannabis. Being a home grower gives you the knowledge of what a high-quality mature cannabis plant should look like. Being able to separate the wheat from the chaff will help you a lot during your next visit to a dispensary, when your plants start blooming and you don’t want to make a break for your supplies. Growing cannabis indoors is actually quite easy, although it requires both time and patience, as well as continuous willingness to learn. In this guide, you’ll learn how to grow your first cannabis plant indoors to get the most out of your harvest. Let’s dive deeper into this! Learning How to Grow Cannabis Indoors Before we elaborate on the necessary equipment and the growth stages of cannabis, let’s shed light on the quality of your source material — the seeds. Always Buy High-Quality Seeds Growing cannabis indoors starts with the seeds. Unlike many people believe, you won’t grow high-quality plants using just any seeds. If you want premium yields, you need premium seeds — that’s the name of the game. Otherwise, you can have the best equipment on the planet and know every growing tip like the back of your hand — but inferior genes will always provide inferior yields. On the other hand, using high-quality seeds in your indoor grow space increases your chances of bulky, resinous yields, even under not-so-perfect conditions. Always buy your seeds from a trusted seed bank. You don’t need to use the top-shelf seeds for your first plants — just make...

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