Cannabis Tips: Top 5 Cannabis Strain That Can Help Ease Insomnia And Other Sleeping Disorders
Reports show that some people ease their insomnia with marijuana. Cannabis experts now suggest what kind of strain best suit for insomnia and help people sleep.
Marijuana Times reported five of the best stains to help people with insomnia.
Headband: It is a cross between Kush Indica and Sour Diesel Sativa. The strain is sometimes called the love child cannabis power couple. However, some dispensaries put Headband as Sativa-dominant. Reports from many patients say that it helps them fall asleep.
Zensation: It has an indica influence that usually causes heavy drowsiness. Experts said that Zensation is not advisable during the day. Users reported that they are falling into deep, restorative sleep and commonly staying asleep. But after waking up, they feel refreshed with minimal or no grogginess.
Big Buddha Cheese: Experts labeled it to be a unique strain found in the U.K. It is one of the interesting in-between strain that can go more than one way, or it depends on the user. It came from a cross of OG U.K. Cheese and Afghani. The strain is dominated by indica. The relaxing effects can ease insomnia or different sleep orders. But, some of the users reported that the effect of the strain leads them to be more energetic, creative and talkative. Experts advise to try it out first.
Guava Dawg: In the legal marijuana market, it is labeled as one of the strongest strains. It has a sweet taste and indica dominant hybrid. It contains 22 percent to 25 percent of THC. It is reported that it is a popular choice to relieve stress and pain, as well as depression, eating disorder and sleeping disorder.
Bruce Banner: The strain is named after the Marvel Comic The Hulk. The Bruce Banner strain has the highest level of THC of all the strains. The hybrid strain comes from a cross of OG Kush and Strawberry Diesel. It is guaranteed to give one a state of deep relaxation.
Experts advise that no strain or product affects everyone the same. Perfect strain solution for people may require trial and errors, according to Leafly.