High THC Isn’t Always Necessary.

Strain: GG4 (FKA Gorilla Glue #4)

Cultivator: PTS (East St. Louis, IL)

I don’t always post cannabis pictures of my usage or my stash. But I want to highlight something. Look at the label, that’s an average amount of THC. But this ish is smokin. I’m good and buzzed.
The more you consume cannabis, the less important the need for super high THC strains should be…as far as getting high. Pain and medical condition relief is way different. THC is also a healing and sedative cannabinoid, so patients prefer higher percentages.

But it’s important to vary your use with strains that are both low and high in THC, and maybe high in another cannabinoid, like CBD. And trust, it’s a very relaxing feeling.

But just for the buzz?

You don’t need a super high (26% and up) THC strain to get stoned. What you want is a fruitful terpene profile and a great method of consumption.

The terps listed include humulene, which is anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory (calm dem nerves!). B-Caryophyllene is an anti-anxiety, anti-depressant, anti-alcohol craving, also anti-inflammatory terpene. I’m a medical cannabis patient for PTSD, so when I need to feel calm, relaxed, yet uplifted (plus stoned, duh lol), I look for strains like these. So as you can see, you can consume a strain that, based on the terpenes AND THC level, will match the effects you need. The THC works hand in hand with the terps!

Btw, s/o to Grav Labs gor this awesome glass blunt! I love their products.
#Terpenes

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