If you have any queries or are need of help, then you will most likely find all the answers you need in the Strains List FAQs.
Absolutely. We provide you information on all types of cannabis strains, whether they are intended for medical use, recreational use, or both. You can even browse strains by what conditions they are best suited to treating, so that you can quickly find the right one for your needs.
There are several things that differentiate cannabis strains. From a user’s perspective, the important factors include the levels of THC and CBD, the terpene profile (which can affect both the smell and the effects of the strain), and the main effects of a strain, i.e. whether it leans more towards a body high or a cerebral high.
The traditional view has always been that indica strains relax the body and mind, sativa strains are energising and inspire creativity, and hybrid strains can offer both to varying degrees. However, there is growing evidence that this is not really very important and that the effects are more likely to be determined by a strains’ cannabinoid and terpene profiles.
A huge amount of research is being carried out into this field. There is evidence that cannabis can help treat the effects of conditions such as epilepsy, glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, chronic pain, Crohn’s disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s and more. Some conditions are better treated by CBD dominant strains and others are best treated with THC dominant strains.
Absolutely. Cannabis contains terpenes, which are the compound responsible for the way most plants smell. There are several different terpenes, and each one provides a slightly different aroma, such as pine, lavender, or lemon. There is also growing evidence that terpenes may have some medical benefits as well.