Walking into a medical marijuana dispensary for the first time can be overwhelming, especially if you’re new to the world of cannabis. But fret not! In this blog series, we’ll provide tips and recommendations to help you navigate the dispensary with confidence as a medical marijuana patient. Whether you seek pain relief, stress reduction, or simply a good time, we’ll equip you with the knowledge you need to make informed decisions. Today, we shine the spotlight on Cannatonic.
Due to market demands, most marijuana dispensaries only carry strains with the highest THC levels achievable and zero CBD. As if to say, the more THC the better. Medically speaking, first-time users, especially if over the age of 65, experiencing these super high levels of THC are more likely to avoid future use because of the overly powerful effects and an overwhelming head “high” characteristic of these strains. Knowing that these patients may only find strains with super high THC levels and no CBD at their local dispensary, I have to advise them to “Go low, go slow and stay low” to avoid any unwanted and sometimes scary side effects. With Cannatonic, first-time users need not heed this warning.
Cannatonic is an evenly balanced hybrid strain (50% sativa/50% indica) renowned for its high CBD levels (12-14%) and low THC levels (7-8%). The flower boasts vibrant shades of green with subtle hints of purple, while its resinous trichomes give it a sticky texture. With an earthy and woody aroma complemented by citrus and pine undertones, Cannatonic entices the senses.
What sets Cannatonic apart from other medical marijuana strains is its balanced chemical composition, making it an excellent choice for patients seeking therapeutic relief without significant psychoactive effects. Whether used during the day or at night, it effectively treats chronic pain, muscle spasms, migraines, and inflammation. Moreover, it alleviates symptoms of anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Thanks to its analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, patients can find relief without compromising cognitive functions
First-time cannabis users should exercise caution when trying new strains, as temporary side effects can be severe. We highly recommend consulting with a medical marijuana doctor before experimenting with any strain, ensuring a better understanding of its effects on your body and condition. Cannatonic, with its balanced chemical composition, stands out among the vast array of medical marijuana strains available. It’s an excellent choice for beginners, patients over 65, and those seeking therapeutic relief without significant psychoactive effects. At Rapid Referrals, we’re here to provide you with the knowledge and assistance you need, including obtaining a medical marijuana card in South Dakota. Book an appointment online today!
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