Considered a 1:1 strain, Sour Tsunami cannabis contains a relatively even ratio of THC and CBD. It was crossed between Sour Diesel and New York Sour Diesel and specifically bred for its high CBD content. The CBD in this bud may be a little higher than the THC, usually testing an average of around 11%, with 10% THC. This herb is effective at treating pain and can be useful for a range of mood disorders, because of its moderate levels of THC. After consuming, Sour Tsunami provides a balanced clear-headedness and pleasant sensations of bliss, so it’s no question why this bud is popular among medical cannabis consumers.
Mixed with Nepalese Colombian, Swiss, and Thai landrace strains, this sativa-dominant has an international heritage and provides a kind of effect that increases alertness coupled with mild euphoria. Harlequin was bred with a 5:2 CBD to THC ratio and given its low THC content, it won’t have you soaring into the clouds with psychoactivity. Instead, this strain provides a slight energized experience that feels more focused than sedating. Following consumption, consumers will find themselves feeling real chill, but attentive.
Nearly the identical twin of Harle-Tsu, Canna-Tsu was bred with a mix of Cannatonic and Sour Tsunami. Unlike Harle-Tsu, this bud is made with even CBD to THC levels, which may produce subtle psychoactive effects. However, saying Canna-Tsu produces a “high” would be an stretch. This earthy bud is both calming and uplifting and produces an alert sensation that makes consumers feel serene and able to zero in. The herbal magic of Canna-Tsu also provides anti-inflammatory benefits, too. Talk about a win-win.
Like most CBD strains out there, Ringo’s Gift was bred with an average ratio of 24:1 CBD and THC. Both cannabinoids in this sativa-dominant bud have amazing anxiety-relieving properties, but the THC in this bud tends to deliver nearly 0.5 to 1%. Such proportion allows consumers to remain fully functional during daytime tasks, without getting too lifted in the process. Being crossed between Harle-Tsu and ACDC, this strain will induce a vibrant focus and surge of energy, excellent for social gatherings and events. Especially for those who experience social anxiety.
Stephen Hawking Kush
Like most Kush cannabis strains, Stephen Hawking Kush cannabis delivers a good amount of CBD and tends to induce heady effects. Named after the famed British theoretical physicist Dr. Hawkings, this flower was crossed with Harle-Tsu and Sin City Kush, which, in their own right, are some pretty dynamic CBD-rich cannabis strains . Stephen Hawking Kush is an evenly-balanced nug that features THC levels ranging from 5 to 10%. As far as CBD goes, it produces similar percentages. Like many CBD strains, this Kush cannabis provides a blissful and mellow sensation. After a few tokes, consumers will feel relief from uncomfortable symptoms of anxiety, depression, and stress.