There are many people in the world who tried cannabis for the first time and then swored never to try it again. Many first time cannabis users find it to be unpleasant because may be they have tried the wrong cannabis strain. You have heard of CBD and THC content in
different cannabis strains. THC is what gets you high and CBD what provides ailment and neutralizes the effects of THC.
Here is top 4 cannabis strains for newbies:
1. Blue Dream
A sativa dominant strain crossing of Blueberry and Haze, gives a mild euphoria and relaxed body. Use of this strain can give you relief from pain and depression but also improves focus and creativity. Some variety of Blue Dream have moderate THC level (17%-24%), which hits early, so be sure to ask your dispensary for a newbie-appropriate recommendation.
2. Mango Kush
Mango was a popular indica strain in the 1960s. Hindu Kush strains were often used to make hashish. Cross them with each other and you get Mango Kush—an affable cannabis strain with a low THC content that’s a good match for beginners. Initial rush of euphoria gives way to sedative effects making it a newbie recommended strain.
3. Jack Herer
Named after the great cannabis activist of the same name, Jack Herer is popular among cannabis newbies and seasoned vets. Jack Herer offers a real but moderate psychoactive buzz. With THC content as high as 25 percent and very little CBD (<0.2%), people might expect Jack Herer to be too intense but in reality most people can tolerate this strain with a clear-headed, blissful cerebral.
High in CBD and low in THC, Harlequin offers a smooth relaxation with little or no psychoactive effect. A sativa dominant strain, it relieves pain without sedation. With its CBD: THC at 5: 2, Harlequin allows focus and clarity despite its calm. Beginners also like its touch of mango in taste and aroma.