CBD is the hottest cannabinoid in cannabis right now – and everyone is talking about it for a good reason! It’s been shown to help fight disease, improve your quality of life, and it’s safe for both humans and pets. Here are 12 Popular CBD strains to consider at the dispensary during your next purchase of high-CBD cannabis flower. You might even branch out a little and try sprucing up your home with CBD soap!

Where To Buy CBD Online

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Don’t have access to a dispensary? No problem! Brands like Canna Comforts have begun selling High-CBD flower derived from hemp—it can be legally ordered online and shipped to all 50 states. Not living in a legal state is no longer an excuse—you can get raw hemp CBD flowers delivered right to your door. The best part? Canna Comforts sells top-shelf CBD strains that are actually enjoyable to smoke relative to most commercially cultivated hemp flowers. Some strains from Canna Comforts test over 20% CBD, which is incredibly potent compared to the amount of CBD in the average industrial hemp plant.

All Canna Comforts’ strains always contain below 0.3% THC, so they are legally classified as hemp but will NOT get you high. You can even buy pre-rolled CBD joints and shake to make your own CBD oil at home. Some of our favorites are the Special Sauce, Purple GasCherry, and Suver Haze. Needless to say, we were really pleased when we found a company selling raw hemp flowers online—it’s easy to find CBD oil, but we had trouble sourcing legitimate hemp-derived high CBD flowers for a very long time!

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Charlotte’s Web (The World’s Most Famous CBD Strain)

Charlotte’s Web is the strain that famously helped reduce the seizures of Charlotte Figi. Because its CBD content runs as high as 20:1 and the THC content is so low, it can be sold as a food supplement. Due to this extreme CBD potency, there is little to no ‘high’ associated with Charlotte’s Web. In fact, it’s so oriented toward helping with seizure disorders such as Dravet’s Syndrome; you won’t even realize you’ve taken anything except for the fact that your pain disappears. If you’re curious, we wrote another article on what does taking CBD feel like? Charlotte’s Web is used to help with migraines, fatigue, fibromyalgia, muscle spasms, and arthritis.

Harlequin

Harlequin is one of the most popular CBD strains, and you can usually find it with a 5:2 CBD/THC ratio. While it’s a Sativa dominant strain, it has a very soothing effect, making it an excellent pain reliever for chronic pain, inflammation, depression, PTSD, migraines,  and stress. The high THC content is somewhat negated by the high CBD content, which means you shouldn’t have much issue smoking it during the day and remaining clear-headed.

Sweet And Sour Widow

This strain is what we would consider a beginner strain – it has a 1:1 CBD/THC ratio. It’s going to give you a good preview of what a mixed strain looks and feels like without sending you to the moon.

Stephen Hawking Kush

Stephen Hawking Kush offers mild, relaxing effects while doling out a healthy dose of CBD, too. This Indica-dominant strain is one of the unique CBD cuts out there, offering both heady and soothing effects.

ACDC

This strain is a 50/50 hybrid and has one of the highest CBD: THC ratios around 20:1. Once you consume ACDC, you’ll experience a strong euphoric feeling, making you calm and happy. It is ideal for daytime use as it tends to make users more focused on their work, and it also increases your sociability. ACDC is generally used to treat anxiety, inflammation, migraines, nausea, neuropathy, arthritis, and bipolar disorder.

Cannatonic

This strain usually has a CBD/THC ratio in the 5:1 range. This is another great example of a strain with medicinal qualities. It induces strong feelings of relaxation, making it useful in treating muscle spasms, anxiety, and pain. This strain will give you plenty of relief along with a gentle THC buzz.

Harle-Tsu

This Indica dominant (60%) strain is a cross of Sour Tsunami and Harlequin strains and can contain a 22:1 CBD/THC split. Harle-Tsu basically works like a painkiller, which means it is excellent for daytime use. You’ll feel calm and relaxed, but also completely functional. It works well for calming the adverse effects of PMS, PTSD, migraines, depression, inflammation, and insomnia.

Canna-Tsu

Canna-Tsu is a more balanced CBD/THC strain. With a 5:1 or even 1:1 split and a sensational olfactory palette of citrus and sweet earth, Canna-Tsu gives the CBD enthusiast a splendid terpene profile.

Pennywise

Pennywise truly gets its name from its genetic cross of Harlequin and Jack the Ripper. It combines Jack the Ripper’s mental clarity with the medical power of Harlequin. At an even 1:1 CBD/THC split, it’s definitely going to provide some level of THC high that’s pleasurable at almost any dosage.

Ringo’s Gift

Ringo’s Gift is a hybrid cross of Harle-Tsu and ACDC. With a ratio of 24:1 CBD/THC, the strain is potent medicine named for the activist, CBD specialist, and founder of SoHum Seeds, Lawrence Ringo. A Sativa dominant strain with a CBD/THC ratio as high as 20:1, it is a cross of ACDC and Harle-Tsu; both are known individually for their high levels of CBD. It’s ideal for alleviating chronic pain, anxiety, arthritis, gastrointestinal disorders, stress, PTSD, and muscle spasms.

Sour Tsunami

Also created by Lawrence Ringo, Sour Tsunami was created by crossing Sour Diesel and NYC Diesel. This unlikely pair of stimulating plants bred a high-CBD phenotype that has since reshaped the medicinal benefits of high-CBD cannabis.

Kat Austin

Kat Austin

After a difficult pregnancy, simultaneously worsening back injuries, increased anxiety, and more intense migraines, Kat was seeking relief but was being offered a myriad of prescriptions that left her, like many others, with unwanted side effects. Upon discovering the medical benefits of cannabis and CBD, she has seen a complete transformation in her life. Through her writing, extensive research, and analysis, Kat hopes to give you the tools you need to design your most effective health regimen.