Purple Hennessy is a sativa dominant strain bred by crossing Hennessy OG x Purple OG Kush. This special strain has a wonderful fruity, citrus scent with a berry/grape taste. The presence of limonene makes this a wonderful daytime medicine. It has a high amount of THC and also has B-aryophyllene that may make it helpful as an anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving medicine. Patients have reported using this strain to treat muscle spasms, relieve pain and to help them relax without sleepiness.
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Now, we dip into the strains with the highest levels of CBD — and Charlotte’s Web takes the cake. Charlotte’s Web has been made famous as the strain used to help patients (children, specifically) control seizures. It has a remarkable 20% CBD, and is less than 0.50% THC.
Also with 16% CBD, ACDC is a 50-50 Sativa-Indica hybrid that is a cross between Ruderalis and Cannatonic. Patients suffering from alcohol addiction, cancers, seizures, and chronic pain have all given ACDC glowing reviews for its ability to provide relief.
Second only to Charlotte’s Web is Avidekel (sometimes called Avi-Dekel). This strain is 16% CBD, making it incredibly valuable to medical patients. It’s a Sativa-dominant hybrid strain, and has very little THC, making it perfect for people who need relief, but don’t want to get high.
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Some people are looking to party and get high. Others, to find some sort of relief. Typically, you’re going to be looking for some strong stuff, too. To get the most for your money, and to get the best results. It all comes down to the chemical composition of each individual strain, and in particular, the levels of two specific compounds: THC and CBD.
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We worked with Wikileaf to develop the list and used their database to find the specific strains with the highest THC and CBD levels. The following strains are the strongest as far as our research could tell — you may have an uncle in Humboldt who’s growing something that’s stronger, for example, but we don’t know about it yet. That’s the thing about cannabis cultivation: There are a thousand new strains being developed right now, and the strongest strain today may not stack up next week.