Strains to Help Combat Wintertime Soreness

With more than 5,000 strains of cannabis obtainable across the nation, consumers are becoming more aware of understanding how different strains of cannabis affect their daily lives. The medical community understands that different strains of bud provide patients with various effects. This is due to the influences associated with Cannabis Indica strains available on the market. Cannabis Indica strains are a great supplement to ward off body and joint pain occurring in the winter. Check out these strains of cannabis if Wintertime has your body feeling bogged down!

Critical Kush

Critical Kush is a fusion between Cannabis Indica-heavy strains OG Kush and Critical Mass. The yield is a strain of cannabis that contains roughly 21% THC.  When studying this strain of cannabis, the buds of Critical Kush typically include intense shades of verdure coated in a welcomed and even coat of sugar. Critical Kush also hosts mild hints of indigo. Thanks to the lineage of Critical Kush, this strain of cannabis is a great way to battle inflammation, spasms, and stress during the Winter.

Blue Cheese

This strain of bud is viewed as more luxurious than the previously listed strains for the winter. Blue Cheese is a fusion between the Cannabis Indica strains Blueberry and United Kingdom Cheese. Upon the first taste, this strain of cannabis emits a smell similar to its name: cheesy. Blue Cheese contains balanced notes of skunk and clove-like fragrances (Winter!) Although Blue Cheese has 18% THC per gram, its amount of CBD is quite commendable. This mixture of cannabinoids yields a feeling of pain relief—patients who have insomnia, muscle spasms, and other wintertime ailments.

Purple Kush

Purple Kush is a known strain of cannabis for pain relief during the winter months. This strain of cannabis is a fusion between Purple Afghani and the Hindu Kush. When investigating Purple Kush, this pain relief strain of cannabis comes with overwhelming natural hues of purple and indigo that tend to transcend the tones of verdure associated with other common strains of cannabis. Further, Purple Kush contains a purple Cannabis Indica taste that is highly reminiscent of lavender paired with a subdued amount of cloves (perfect for winter!) Purple Kush is an excellent strain of cannabis for pain relief. Purple Kush can help mitigate joint, and body aches as the temperature continue to fall.

Granddaddy Purple

This strain of cannabis is one of the most recognizable strains of cannabis on the market. Grandaddy Purple also referred to as ‘GDP,’ is a fusion between the cannabis strains Purple Urkle and the nasty strain of cannabis referred to as Big Bud. Upon inspection, Granddaddy Purple is plastered with a litany of shades similar to lilac and supreme purples. The flavor of Granddaddy Purple is frequently noted as having a clove-like taste paired with herbal and pine-like undertones. This strain is one of the most commonly used strains of cannabis for pain. Consumers with mild to severe bodily pain often take part in Grandaddy Purple. This strain of cannabis’ ability to provide instantaneous relaxation and euphoria is unrivaled. Consider the Granddad the next time you are stricken with intense bodily pain or appetite loss.

9 Lb. Hammer

Another strain of cannabis for pain relief during the Winter month worth your time is 9 Lb. Hammer. This strain of cannabis is a unique breed between Hells OG, Gooberry, and the fabulous Jack the Ripper. The endgame is a calming strain of cannabis that contains approximately 17% to 22% THC. It is believed that the terpenes caryophyllene and pinene are integral pieces in 9 Pound Hammer’s capacity to combat mild to severe levels of bodily pain during the Winter.

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