Finding what strain helps the best

I suffer from migraines and mild stress.

I am really fortunate that recreational weed is legal in my state.

I didn’t need to spend the time or cash to see a doc to verify symptoms I’m well aware of. I wasn’t forced to fill out a lot of forms and wait to acquire a medical marijuna card. With a valid state ID, I was able to visit a local dispensary and find a cure. The budtenders were really knowlegeable and smart. They were willing to explain the peculiar strains and effects. While it’s impossible to think how a particular strain will affect me personally until I try it, I can get a wonderful method of what to expect. Because of my troubles with stress, I stay away from those strains with a stimulating effect. Indicas are better for a calming and serene effect while Sativas tend to get my mind racing. I also pay close mind to the amounts of THC and CBD before purchasing a strain. The cannabinoids and terpenes of the cannabis I consume make a sizable difference in the experience and benefits I get from it. I initially thought that the higher the percentage, the better the weed. I found that when I smoke a high THC strain, I’m more likely to suffer a headache. I do better with around 18% THC, and I enjoy a higher CBD ratio. More CBD and less THC means fewer psychoactive effects and allows me to go about my day and typical activities. I still experiment with current strains now and then, but I’m really glad with the results from my number ones.

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