10 Best Strains For Pain Relief

10 Best Strains For Pain Relief - Giving Tree Dispensary

Living with chronic pain is a challenge, whether it makes it difficult to do your daily activities or keeps you tossing and turning at night. Whether you have ongoing pain, headaches or muscle aches, try these cannabis strains if you're curious about the effectiveness of medical marijuana for pain relief.

ACDC

According to the National Pain Report, ACDC is one of the highest-ranked strains for pain relief because of its high CBD levels. These chemicals, called cannabinoids, act on neurotransmitters in the brain. This may produce the euphoric and pain-dampening effects reported by medical cannabis users. ACDC offers pain relief with no intoxication because of its relatively low THC content. This makes the strain an outstanding choice for chronic pain patients who want to stay alert throughout the day.

Blowfish

This indica-dominant hybrid by Dutch Flowers combines the characteristics of parents G13 and Blue Dot. Fans of Blowfish report a relaxing impact that supports comfortable sleep, so it's the best strain for pain relief at night. Some individuals find it effectively relieves headache pain as well as chronic pain.

Death Star

With parents Sour Diesel and Sensi Star, Death Star is a potent strain that creates a long-lasting euphoria that induces a state of blissful relaxation. Some users also report relief from depression and nausea. If you're looking for pain relief that will take you from morning until night, this indica-sativa hybrid could be the cannabis strain for you.

Kimbo Kush

This child of Blackberry Kush and Starfighter is reported as an effective treatment for insomnia, pain relief, and stress. The indica dominance makes it much more sleep-inducing than other Kush-based strains, so enjoy Kimbo for bedtime pain relief for best results.

LA Confidential

This popular indica strain is touted for its strong mind and body effects. Individuals with severe chronic pain often have success with this strain, not only for alleviating pain but also for the relief of residual effects such as nausea, loss of appetite, and stress. As a bonus, fans of this strain also report a creative, psychedelic experience.

Mendo Breath

As an indica strain, Mendo Breath has the strength to decrease even severe chronic pain, though its body-relaxing effects make it best for evening use. This hybrid of OGKB and Mendo Montage is also reported by some users as effective for depression, insomnia, and nausea.

Moose and Lobsta

Despite its silly name, fans of Moose and Lobsta say this strain is no joke when it comes to treating chronic pain as well as nausea, anxiety, and depression. You may experience intense effects that begin in the head and radiate through the entire body, relaxing your muscles and lulling you to sleep.

Quantum Kush

Many medical cannabis users find that severe pain, nausea, depression, and loss of appetite are no match for Quantum Kush. The high-THC content produces potent and long-lasting yet clear-headed effects, so try it if you need all-day pain relief during business hours.

Tangerine Dream

While many pain-relieving strains produce a soporific effect, Tangerine Dream is reported to boost your energy while alleviating chronic pain that can impact the quality of life. If you have a busy day and don't want the pain to get in the way, this 2010 Cannabis Cup winner will deliver. It has the potential to relax muscles and reduce inflammation without damaging mental clarity.

White Dream

The tested THC content of more than 24 percent makes White Dream a true dream for those looking for powerful pain relief. Parent strain White Widow produces body-relaxing effects while Blue Dream, another sativa-dominant variety, is known for its cerebral effects. The combination works well for most people seeking pain relief; it's also a favorite for stress and depression.

For more recommendations of cannabis strains for pain relief, contact the experienced team at Giving Tree Dispensary. You can also explore our online menu for these incredible options and many others.

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