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Many people who use cannabis and CBD for well-being or to deal with their medical issues prefer different delivery systems and even different cannabis strains depending on the specific effects and mood they want to feel.

Back in the 60s, cannabis was quite different from the products people know and love today. There were no special cannabis cultivation or extraction methods in those days and people just smoked whatever they could get their hands on at any given time. Back then, lab-tested strains with specific cannabinoid concentrations or mood-specific strains were a distant dream.

Fast forward a few decades and cannabis is now legal in many states in the U.S. and some countries in Europe, but it has also majorly changed in character with the passage of time. These days cannabis is specially grown to have a high THC percentage and a low CBD concentration.

THC is the compound in cannabis that makes you ‘high’ or - depending on the strain and how it’s taken - ready for a good night’s sleep. There are also specially cultivated CBD-heavy strains of cannabis. These look and smell much like regular cannabis, but as they contain high concentrations of CBD and only tiny traces of THC, they don’t get you high or leave you feeling ‘stoned’ or disoriented. CBD users report feelings of a clear head but a relaxed body and an underlying feeling of contentment and well-being.

As recreational cannabis use is also legal in many states, the market has exploded recently with a wide array of cannabis and CBD products to service the needs of thousands of people around the world. These people often wish to use cannabis in favor of prescription drugs given to them by doctors, as those are often toxic, highly addictive and come with some severe side effects.

Among the products available are specific cannabis strains like specially-grown Sativa and Indica varieties offering different effects and able to be used interchangeably. Sativa varieties of cannabis are typically intended for daytime use or to feel energized and creative. Indica strains, on the other hand, are more commonly used at nighttime or by people looking to resolve their chronic pain or sleeplessness.

These days, most cannabis strains are hybrids that are cross-cultivated and contain a mix of both Sativa and Indica. However, some people - especially those who live in states where cannabis is legal recreationally - have the choice of pure Sativa or pure Indica strains. This is great for people who want to predict and control the types of effects they feel when taking cannabis.

While there’s no exact science to it, many people have their own personal favourite cannabis strains. Some people prefer cannabis from the “Haze” variety - Sativa dominant and useful during the day. Others prefer “Kush” cannabis types which are typically nighttime strains that are heavily Indica dominant. Both Haze and Kush are generic names given to different types of cannabis.

Choosing mood specific cannabis strains of taking it to change how you feel is something that many people do regularly. Always ensure you do your research before buying and make sure you seek guidance from a doctor or physician before consuming.

Source: https://cbdtesters.co/2019/05/05/mood-specific-cannabis-strains/

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