BEST STRAINS FOR PTSD



TOP 10 BEST STRAINS FOR PTSD: 

Lemon Tree strain came in first on our list of Top 10 best strains for PTSD. This is an indica-leaning hybrid cross of Lemon Skunk strain and Sour Diesel strain that has been popularized by a number of consmers, including Creekside, which won second place for best hybrid at the 2014 High Times Cannabis Cup in Seattle for its Lemon Tree strain. This powerful weed strain can produce THC levels 17% to 25 percent. Lemon Tree strain nugs have a dark round olive green buds that are absolutely coated in furry amber flowing hairs and a thick coating of super tiny bright off white crystal trichomes. Lemon Tree strain claims over 50 different terpene profiles in its citrusy flower that primarily consisted of myrcene, limonene, and alpha-pinene. The taste of this weed strain can be both mildly skunky and lemon-like due to its inherited terpene profile from its parent Lemon Skunk strain and Sour Diesel strain. Lemon Tree weed strain may have more effects than most hybrids for medical consumers through creating a balanced mind and body high with potential effects that relax patients while maintaining euphoric, giggly energy. Some medical patients have said they’ve used Lemon Tree strain in easing symptoms of PTSD, fatigue, along with other symptoms of arthritis and pain. Understand your boundaries and don’t go over, regardless of what your friends are recommending. By taking these preventative measures, you can ensure the best medical high possible.

 

Lemon Pound Cake strain by Heavyweight Seeds is a potent sativa-dominant strain with sweet and musky aromas. Also known as Lemon Pound Cake and Lemon Cheesecake, Lemon Cake is a cross of Lemon Skunk and a “dangerously powerful Cheese,” according to Heavyweight. The lowest THC content you are likely to find is 17%, but most cuts from a Lemon Pound Cake plant are a lot stronger. Its been said to tests at 25% THC content which makes this strain one of the most potent around. Lemon Pound Cake strain has the typical sativa shaped buds and is renowned for the thick coating of trichomes against a light green background. Lemon Pound Cake strain deep citrus oder, undercut by a tang that may remind some consumers of parent strain Cheese. It’s sweet and reminiscent of cake, however it does tend to have musky undertones accompanying it. Mentally, user’s will detect a quick increase in energy thought patterns. Such a cerebral mindset can serve as a good way to focus on complex professional tasks or as a fun accompaniment to otherwise daunting activities like cleaning. Most consumers prefer Lemon Pound Cake strain cartridge, and while you can use it to treat depression, it tends to be even more effective for individuals with stress and fatigue. Because Lemon Pound Cake’s onset is associated with deep cerebral thinking, those who are prone to panic should moderate their dosage accordingly and consume with caution. Lemon Pound Cake strain is great for upbeat stimulation. It delivers a combination of euphoric feelings mixed with happiness and creativity. Plus, it tastes and smells great.

King Louis XIII strain came in third place on our list of Top 10 Best Strains for PTSD. Typically it has a THC of between 20% and 24%, we have heard reports that it tops out at 28% With a 70:30 indica/sativa. The name depends on who you ask, It could be King Louie, King Louie XIII, or King Louis XIII, according to sources. King Louis strain has been a favorite of OG Kush connoisseurs for decades. King Louis XIII weed strain nugs are incredibly thick and large all the while being covered with orange hairs. Consumers will see light greens amongst the whites, it is a treat for any cannabis connoisseur. The smell is very much Louis OG strain with its sweet, musky, yet spicy aroma which sets up the senses nicely for smoking. will make any OG-lover salivate. King Louis XIII weed strain tends to become zone-inducing, with a noticeable body buzz becoming more noticeable as time continues to pass. This amazing OG strain was most helpful when attempting to battle insomnia and great for PTSD patients. Some consumers have allegedly used King Louis XIII strain to help with their anxiety, stress, or muscle spasms.

 

Inzane In The Membrane strain is a dominant Sativa hybrid brought to you by Ethos Genetics. This strain seems to possess all the best attributes of the Haze family. The lineage for this rare sativa hybrid strain is (SLH x Forbidden Fruit) x Ghost Train Haze x Citral Glue. Inzane in the Membrane strain THC levels is often meausured above 25%, sometimes nearing 30%, so consumers have said this strain may be best for experienced users rather than beginners. Patients with a low tolerance will want to be very careful. The smell is of fresh sharp herbs with a sour citrusy lemon lime overtone that’s accented by deliciously savory diesel. The flavor of this strain is similar to its smell, being citrusy, though with lemon-like zest and berry flavors on the exhale. A warm body feeling follows this cerebral high, leaving your body relaxed as your mind flies in to the atmosphere. Occasional consumers enjoy Inzane in the Membrane strain because it activates and energizes your mind while it calms your body. Some people even take a few drags of this strain before going to the gym. Elders who are suffering from chronic stress, depression, and anxiety can find that this strain stabilizes the mood and provides a general calm. People with attention deficit disorders find that Inzane in the Membrane strain helps them focus on one task at a time. It is also useful in managing pains caused by acute inflammation. This amazingly powerful strain has been known to increase appetite, a property that can be very helpful to people with sever nausea and ptsd. Consumers have also found that the Inzane in the Membrane strain has helped relieve symptoms of glaucoma and diabetes.

Purple Punch strain came in fifth on our list of Top 10 Best Strains for PTSD. It is a rare indica dominant hybrid (80% indica/20% sativa) strain reportedly carrying THC levels that range between 20% to 25%, with up to 1% CBD. Purple Punch strain has fluffy oversized bright neon green buds with sparse red orange hairs and a coating of frosty tiny amber crystal trichomes. Some might describe the taste and smell of the nugs as a punch to the head, and rightfully so, this is balanced out by other delicious flavors including herbs, berries and vanilla flower. Customer cant stop bragging about how Stress and depression disappear with ease. If you have a headache, cramps, muscle spasms, or PTSD, turn to this strain. The strength of this strain gives the consumer a one-two punch to the head and body, initially landing between the eyes and settling down into the limbs It’s been called a dessert strain, not only because of its potent smell and taste, but because patients love using it after dinner due to its relaxing and often sedating properties. Purple Punch strain is available in many places across the nation, so give this weed a try and watch all of your worries disappear.

 

Trainwreck Strain came in sixth place in Top 10 Best Strains for Nausea It is a mix of three other strains Thai (Sativa), Mexican (Sativa) and Afghani (Indica). This strain has a 65% sativa and 35% indica ratio with moderate levels of 14%-18% THC content. Trainwreck nugs are green with dark violet hues under a thick web of crystal trichomes. Its delicate flowing hairs can range from yellow to orange colors. The smell begins with a fruity herbal scent that comes busting down your throat. The potent aromas incorporates some of the most pleasant oder's of cannabis with the sharp scent of spicy pine among others. Trainwreck flavor is incredibly satisfying, giving off a semi-spicy or even peppery tang with pungent taste that hits with earthy and woodsy notes. You can expect a noticeable after taste of lemon lime when using this strain. For many consumers only a few drags are needed to induce both the cerebral effects and a body high complete with couchlock. This strain provides a significant rush of adrenaline, coupled with a calming body buzz. Be careful it may cause dry eyes and mouth upon use. Medical cannabis patients commonly use this strain to relieve pain, PTSD and stress. Additionally, the Trainwreck weed strain is used by many to help them cope with joint pain and ptsd.

White Rhino strain finished seventh on our list of Best Strains for PTSD. This hybrid of White Widow and an unknown North American indica strain, resulting a bushy and stout plant. This awesome strain is said to be cultivated from Afghanistan, Brazil, and India. Although classified as a hybrid, it is definitely Indica-dominant and will effect your entire body accordingly. White Rhino strain buds are best described as being silvery white and it is well known for its potency, which comes with a high that is hard and fast, mostly due to the high THC content which ranges between 14-20 percent. White Rhino strain has a sweet, distinct kush after-taste on the exhale sure to make this strain a favorite for any Kush lovers. The bodily effects causes many users to feel lazy and tired. Accompanying the beneficial effects might be these side-effects, dry eyes and mouth, paranoia, headaches and anxiety White Rhino strain is best as a nighttime or lazy day medicine, as it can become difficult to do much of anything while in its grip. Strong sedative qualities make this potent strain a good medical choice for mental and physical relaxation, anti-anxiety, sleep aid, and PTSD.

 

Lemon Lime Punch Strain came in eighth place in our Top 10 Best Strains for PTSD. It is a sativa derived from lemon skunk and fruit punch, this combination has a powerful profile with thc levels ranging from 14% to 19%. Lemon lime punch strain has a very strong smell, which reminds a person of citrusy fruits such as lemon and limes, as the name suggests. The smell spreads through the area if it is smoked fast and vigorously. Lemon lime punch strain has dense buds are tied together with vibrant amber strands and bright amber, frosty trichomes that give this ultra powerful strain a tropical smell to match the flavor. Lemon lime punch strain can cause an uplifting cerebral euphoria followed by deep relaxation. Energizes the racing mind, improves focus, prompts giggles & munchies. Absolutely great for relieving stress. For medicinal purposes, lemon lime punch strain is great for those suffering from chronic fatigue with its energizing properties. Be aware of this strain, as with other powerful sativas, it can cause paranoia and or anxiety if you aren’t careful. Additional ailments that lemon lime punch strain is helpful with includes glaucoma, eye pressure, inflammation, and cramping.

Lemon Tree strain is an indica-leaning hybrid cross of Lemon Skunk strain and Sour Diesel strain that has been popularized by a number of consmers, including Creekside, which won second place for best hybrid at the 2014 High Times Cannabis Cup in Seattle for its Lemon Tree strain. This powerful weed strain can produce THC levels 17% to 25 percent. Lemon Tree strain nugs have a dark round olive green buds that are absolutely coated in furry amber flowing hairs and a thick coating of super tiny bright off white crystal trichomes. Lemon Tree strain claims over 50 different terpene profiles in its citrusy flower that primarily consisted of myrcene, limonene, and alpha-pinene. The taste of this weed strain can be both mildly skunky and lemon-like due to its inherited terpene profile from its parent Lemon Skunk strain and Sour Diesel strain. Lemon Tree weed strain may have more effects than most hybrids for medical consumers through creating a balanced mind and body high with potential effects that relax patients while maintaining euphoric, giggly energy. Some medical patients have said they’ve used Lemon Tree strain in easing symptoms of PTSD, fatigue, along with other symptoms of arthritis and pain. Understand your boundaries and don’t go over, regardless of what your friends are recommending. By taking these preventative measures, you can ensure the best medical high possible.

 

White Widows Strain came in tenth place on our Best strains for PTSD list. It is the winner of first place Bio at High Times Cannabis Cup in 1995. A cross between a Brazilian sativa landrace strain and a resin-heavy South Indian indica strain, White Widows weed has blessed every Dutch shops menus since the early 90s. White Widows strain genetics have given rise to many other legends like White Russian, White Rhino strain, and Blue Widows strain. With perfect canna genetic balance of 50% indica and 50% sativa strain it tested at 18.76% THC, 0.10% CBD, and 0.28% CBN levels. Consumers can become more acutely perceptive of their surroundings, tuned into sounds and patterns that may have gone unnoticed before. Patients also describe an almost immediate uplift in mood, energy levels and focus that can be applied to either mundane tasks like cleaning or more complex problem-solving processes. White Widow weed strain can also be creatively valuable, inducing a kind of rapid-fire thought association that can open up some previously unexplored territory. White Widows Strain flavors are Often neutral or even hashy due to the high trichome count, the strain sometimes has a citrusy, flowery finish, but is not known for being all that flavorful in general. White Widows appearance is laden with frosty, bright crystals that glisten and gleam the minute any source of light hits the nuggets. Underneath the beautiful snow-covered first blanketed layer, however, glimpses of fat sage-green buds can be seen stacked up together in tall colas. Patients will opt for White Widows if they're seeking a strain that allows them to unwind and relax while still maintaining a sense of mental awareness. This weed strain is specially good for depression, stress, pain, and PTSD.



 

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