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BC CBD, a CBD strain review

This is the first time I’ve tried a CBD strain. I’ve been experiencing a lot of anxiety symptoms lately and I’ve been managing them by smoking sativas during the day. They tend to be lower in THC and with marginally higher CBD levels. I’ve heard lots of people say CBD is good for anxiety so I thought I’d give it a shot. When I started breaking the bud apart, I noticed the smell reminded me of peanut butter so this might be a treat! I’m sure it’s supposed to be diesel and orange or something but I smelled peanut butter and it wasn’t from something I ate. 🤷🏻‍♀️ The buds are very pretty with green buds and orange hairs As I pretended to know what the lab results meant, I was able to deduct that this strain is 8-10% CBD and around 6% THC so I decided to go for broke and see what happens if I smoke the whole thing. It’s not like I’ll get very high since CBD counteracts the negative effects of THC. I found that I didn’t feel baked. My head felt clear and I felt very relaxed. I could easily go for a nap, so I could see it being useful medicinally for sleep & pain. My body actually feels similar to when I use one of my cannabis bath bombs or the body wash I’ve been developing but in a lesser degree. I didn’t really have any aches & pains to give you results for pain management as I had soaked in a cannabis bath the night before. My mild feels calm and serene. The rage is gone, the inner critic seems to be napping and my anxiety seemed to be settled and there is a mild buzz. I’m currently using cannabis to keep symptoms from my new meds under control. So far sativas are doing the best for me during the day but I’m finding this CBD strain useful in giving me a burst of clarity and sometimes energy to counter the effects of a couple of hybrids I’ve been trying. It allows my head to be clearer while still getting the relief of the body high & nausea relief. A few puffs of B.C. CBD after smoking a hybrid and I’m back in action.