CBD Cannabis

Regarding cannabis (marijuana, weed), the focus for decades has been on THC. Growing cannabis strains with the highest possible THC value had priority. And for many people that is still the most important part.

A high-THC strain ensures that you get baked and couch-locked. Whether it is a hybrid, Sativa or an Indica. But CBD is on the rise. Everyone knows about the therapeutic and healing benefits that CBD provides.

CBD does not give you the high feeling that you do get from THC

At the moment there is a switch in progress. Growers no longer focus solely on growing cannabis strains that contain a very high percentage of THC. But they also mainly grow cannabis strains that have a lot of CBD (and little THC) in them.

CBD does not give you the high feeling that you do get from THC. But CBD does reduce all kinds of ailments. It ensures calmness and well-being. The effect of a strain that contains a lot of CBD is simply different, and it just depends on what you are looking for.

Growers no longer focus solely on growing cannabis

For strains that contain a lot of CBD and little THC, your mood will change, but it will not be an extreme change. You do not get the same high as with a strain that is very psychoactive. The low dose of THC and the high dose of CBD will ensure that you are relaxed and it will give you a feeling of well-being.

CBD is said to help with diabetes, acne, insomnia and many more medical issues. It should be noted that little substantiated research has been done into the effects. It is also difficult to estimate which dose you should use for which ailment, so there is only one way to find out what works for you, and that is to carefully experiment.

The THC and CBD in cannabis strains have a completely different effect. Some will give you a high, while others have no high effect. The combination of the two is just right to shoot you to cloud nine in terms of feeling. But it doesn't overdo it.

In countries and states where legalization is an issue, only low-THC / high-CBD strains are allowed. If you are looking for a lot of THC and you are used to it, a low THC strain will be a disappointment. It will be difficult to get that high that you were used to, but it gives you a mellow feeling of happiness and there is nothing wrong with that, right?

The fact is that if growers continue to grow high-CBD cannabis strains, this will continue to improve. The best from cannabis - cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids - will play an important role. This sophisticated game that searches for the right, healthy ingredients and combinations of cannabinoids is called Craft Cannabis.

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