Cannabis, a plant with a long history of medicinal use, has gained significant attention in recent years for its potential therapeutic benefits in managing various health conditions. Among the numerous potential uses of cannabis, its anti-inflammatory properties have shown promise in providing relief for individuals struggling with inflammation-related ailments.
Here are four strains that were previously associated with potential benefits for inflammation:
- ACDC: ACDC is a high-CBD (cannabidiol) strain with very low THC content. CBD is known for its potential anti-inflammatory properties without causing the psychoactive effects associated with THC.
- Harlequin: Harlequin is another high-CBD strain that also contains some THC. It’s popular for its balanced effects and potential anti-inflammatory benefits.
- Cannatonic: Cannatonic is a hybrid strain that generally has a higher CBD content than THC. It’s believed to have a calming effect and potential anti-inflammatory properties.
- Charlotte’s Web This strain gained fame for its use in treating epilepsy in children. It’s a CBD-dominant strain with minimal THC content, making it suitable for those seeking anti-inflammatory effects without a strong psychoactive experience.