Medical cannabis has become so pervasive in the U.S. that an entire industry has grown up around it. Branding is now a big part of it. Likewise, branding has led some people to believe that they should seek out certain strains to treat certain conditions. A good example are strains marketed for pain management.
Knowing what we know about medical cannabis as a chronic pain treatment, here is the money question: are there strains cannabis users should check out specifically for pain? The answer is no.
Back when sativa and indica were the only games in town – and that was a long, long time ago – it may have been appropriate to recommend sativa because of its higher THC content. But as a University of Colorado study pointed out, the name given to a particular strain doesn’t tell you much anymore.
Cannabis Indica and Sativa
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