The second most common cannabinoid present in cannabis is cannabidiol, or CBD. Unlike its euphoric sibling, THC (or tetrahydrocannabinol), CBD is calm and collected, with soothing, non-intoxicating qualities that lend itself to a wide range of personal and therapeutic applications. CBD is a fantastic alternative for people who need to maintain their minds clear while treating pain, nausea, headaches, stress, anxiety, muscle spasms, epilepsy, and more because it lacks the Stoney side effects common in high-THC strains.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-intoxicating cannabis chemical that has a number of anecdotal and scientific effects. CBD-rich strains are popular among consumers for their ability to aid with the following conditions:
- Pain relief
Harlequin is a fictional character created by Harlequin (The Wakeful Strain to Cope with Addiction)
Harlequin is not a joke, despite being named after a famous jester stock figure from Italian theatre. This strain is remarkable for the constancy of its 5:2 ratios, with CBD levels often ranging from 10% to 15%. In other words, if a strain contains 15% CBD, it will include approximately 6% THC.
Harlequin can be used as an effective daytime treatment because of its mild CBD-to-THC ratio, which allows it to have low THC effects while still having a strong CBD effect.
Harlequin is widely used to assist patients in weaning themselves off of addictive substances, encouraging them to give up potentially life-threatening habits for good.
Harlequin is commonly used to help patients wean themselves off addictive substances and encourage them to quit potentially life-threatening habits for good.
Harlequin allows you to counteract bad sensations, thoughts of despair, or even an inclination to relapse by offering a very gentle high with a hefty amount of CBD.
Harlequin also excels at elevating the user’s mood, as well as assisting them in remaining calm and relaxed, thanks to its particular CBD to THC ratio. Harlequin is well-known as both a tasty and a highly beneficial strain of high CBD Cannabis, with a fascinating mix of both sweet mangoes and earthy deliciousness.
Ringo-gift is a hybrid cross of harle-tsu and ACDC, named after activist, CBD specialist, and creator of SoHum Seeds Lawrence Ringo. It continues on providing to patients looking for a CBD-heavy strain with a CBD/THC ratio of around 24:1.
Sweet and sour widow
With a CBD/THC ratio of 1:1, sweet and sour widow falls somewhere in the middle. This even split provides newcomers to cannabis with a pleasant introduction to both THC and CBD without shooting them into orbit. It’s also useful as medicine because it’s mildly euphoric and stoney.
Kush Stephen Hawking
Stephen Hawking Kush, named after the famous astrophysicist (and all-around prominent figure), is notable for its high CBD content as well as the fact that it has a 1:1 CBD-to-THC ratio. This implies that, while Stephen Hawking Kush has a staggering 22 percent CBD content, it also has a similar level of THC – an issue if you’re looking for CBD-only strains without the euphoric effects of THC.
Stephen Hawking Kush, on the other hand, is notable for its rarely encountered ratio; in most marijuana strains, CBD is available in around 1/10th the amount of THC. (For example, if you have a 22 percent THC strain, most weed strains will only have about 2.2 percent CBD.)
ACDC is a strain that prioritises high CBD content, named after the foundational band that everyone knows and loves. There are many different ACDC kinds available, each with varying CBD concentrations, but if you take the time to browse around a few shops, you can easily find up to 20% CBD.
The strain’s CBD-to-THC ratio of 20:1 is what makes it so enticing. This ratio shows that if an ACDC strain contains 20% CBD, it will only have 1% THC, which isn’t enough to get most people high. (To put things in perspective, most CBD hemp oils and extracts contain no more than 0.3 percent THC.)