A Look at What’s Hot In Pot: March 2022

This month’s game is aches and pains. To be precise, the strains that take them away.

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Jamie Bonthron
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This month’s game is aches and pains. To be precise, the strains that take them away.

This month’s game is aches and pains. To be precise, it’s a case of which strains are reported as being helpful in dealing with chronic illness or recovering from an injury (all based on user reports). 

There are a lot of studies going on right now into what strains actually do differently to one another, but group consensus is often a good way to start a journey of experimentation. 

Remember – start small and build up if and when you’re comfortable.

ACDC

With CBD levels of up to 20%, this will quite literally leave you thunderstruck. Pain, pain go away, come again some other day – the chant of any ACDC smoker pre-light. It’s a half and half Sativa/Indica and because of the sky-high CBD, there’s almost no room for THC content.

That’s really what makes this strain so great for medicinal users. Not everyone wants to light up and be transported to a different planet. Some people just want their pain taken away, and this strain does that every time.


Master Kush

On the other end of the spectrum, we have a THC-heavy, CBD-lacking, skillful sensei ready to be smoked. Master Kush is to be respected as an experienced hand, having won the Cannabis Cup twice in the 90s.

Although a little long in the tooth, this Kush still packs a punch and is best enjoyed late in the evening when it's prolonged, and a strong high can be enjoyed. This high will take users away from the troubles they might be facing and so can help with anxiety.

Bubba OG

80% Indica, 20% Sativa, 100% baller. All that Indica goodness is built for pain management. Its natural, earthy tones stem from its heritage – OG Kush. While it doesn’t get the limelight of its lineage there’s no question that Bubba OG can hold its own on any stage.

Beyond just the alleviation of aches, many users have reported it’s a great way of dealing with a lack of appetite: a common side effect of many medications. Often cannabis acts as a great way to deal with these minor side effects – stopping them in their tracks.

Canna Tsu

While its 10% CBD content might sound tame compared to the rock god we featured earlier, Canna Tsu is extremely well balanced. Its drop in CBD gives rise to its THC levels to creep up just slightly to 4%. That’s the thing about this strain, no one part stands out but it all comes together perfectly.

We see this strain having serious potential in the medical markets across the world. Not only is it great for pain management, but its terpene profile gives it a gorgeous woody tone that is quintessentially cannabis.

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