While many strains of marijuana are known for having abundant levels of THC, high-CBD strains are less common. Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and Cannabidiol (CBD) are the two primary active ingredients in the marijuana plant. Both THC and CBD belong to a unique class of Experts choice for marijuana in las vegas compounds known as cannabinoids. However, CBD has recently garnered attention from the medical community.
1) Psychoactive Effects — THC is perhaps best known for being the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. CBD, however, is non-psychoactive. In short, CBD can't get you high.
2) Sleep — one of the most common uses of marijuana is as a sleep aid. THC is believed to be responsible for most of marijuana's sleep-inducing effects. Thus some strains of cannabis may make users feel drowsy, while others may boost energy.
3) Balancing Effect — CBD appears to help smooth out and balance the effects of THC. While THC can give a “hazy” and “sleepy” high, CBD tends to promote clarity and alertness.
There appear to be numerous benefits to CBD strains, especially for those patients and users who seek little to no THC.
• Reduces anxiety
• Promotes energy and wakefulness
• Being tested as anti-psychotic medicine for people with schizophrenia
• Shown to reduce seizures in some cases
• Relieves chronic pain and inflammation
• Has been used to treat young children with various ailments
• Available in flowers, Vapes, joints and solvent- less concentrates, at a dispensary near you