Top Five Cannabis Strains for Bi-Polar Disorder
Versatility of cannabis plant is known to all. It has the capability to provide relief from various physical and mental conditions. From pain to muscle strain, cannabis can provide natural and effective relief. Cannabis has also been found to be effective for a number of mental health conditions including stress, anxiety, depression and bipolar disorder.
Here are top 5 cannabis strains that can help deal with mental health issues:
1. Jack Herer
A sativa dominant strain cross between Northern Lights #5 and Shiva Skunk is known for cerebral elevation and boosting a person’s mood and focus. This blissful, potent, pine scented strain is perfect for anyone dealing with depression and who are unable to keep focus on daily routine work.
2. Pineapple Express
A cross between Trainwreck and Hawaiian, this strain can provide a long lasting energetic buzz required for patients suffering from depression and bi-polar disorder. It induces a feeling of bliss for anyone feeling down every now and then.
3. Blue Dream
A sativa dominant hybrid cross between Blueberry and Haze, this strain has potent and stable characteristics that can give you give you full-bodied relaxation with with gentle cerebral buzz. It can be used during the daytime to treat pain and inflammation, nausea and vomiting and stress and depression. It can offer relief for symptoms of bipolar disorder and allow patients to live normal day after day.
4. Granddaddy Purple
An indica dominant cross of Purple Urkle and Big Bud, this strain with grape and berry aroma is the perfect strain for any person suffering from substantial amount of stress. GDP is one of the most relaxing strains available that can deliver visible cerebral euphoria and physical relaxation.
5. Northern Lights
A pure indica with pungent sweet and spicy smell, its psychoactive effects whole body, relaxing muscles and pacifying the mind. Many people who have consumed Northern Lights say it helps slow the mind and body down, and that allows them to control those urges that can lead to Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder like behavior.