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Best strains and terpenes for migraine relief

The Cannigma

Based on the limited existing evidence, the best cannabis strain for migraines may be a Type II that includes both THC and CBD, and a terpene profile that includes beta-caryophyllene, myrcene, linalool, limonene, bisabolol, humulene or pinene. 5 THC and migraines THC is well-known for its anti-nausea and pain-relieving effects.

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Best strains and terpenes for anxiety

The Cannigma

There are complex interactions between cannabinoids, terpenes, the endocannabinoid system, your hormones and your brain, and research is still in the early stages, so there’s a lot we don’t know. But what we do know is certain terpenes and specific types of cannabis have been linked with reducing anxiety or its symptoms.

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Best strains and terpenes for ADHD

The Cannigma

To find the best kind of cannabis for you, focus on the cannabinoid and terpene profiles, rather than the strain names. Strains mentioned in this article: ACDC Cannatonic Canna-Tsu Gelato Ringo’s Gift Harmony Rose. Study: Strain names don't mean much, give 'false sense of diversity'. How cannabis can help with ADHD.

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Best strains and terpenes for sleep

The Cannigma

There have been some studies around cannabinoids and certain terpenes effects on sleep, but most of this research is preclinical, which means it’s not tested on humans yet. To ensure you’re consuming the best weed strains for sleep, here’s what you need to know. How to choose the best cannabis strains for sleep.

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Beta-Caryophyllene: Terpene Powerhouse

Project CBD

Project CBD recently reported on studies indicating that cannabis terpenes — the compounds that give the plant its robust and distinctive smell — activate the CB1 cannabinoid receptor. What’s more, in the presence of THC (also a CB1 agonist), terpenes appear to modulate cannabinoid activity in varied and interesting ways.

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Best strains and terpenes for nausea

The Cannigma

The best type of cannabis to treat nausea is a Type I or Type II strain with a terpene profile that includes limonene or humulene. Strain names are an unreliable indicator of experience, so the ones included in this article should serve as a starting point to finding flower with a similar chemical makeup. CBD and nausea.

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Best strains and terpenes for creativity

The Cannigma

We also don’t know which, if any, terpenes have an effect on creativity. So if you’re consuming cannabis to get your creative brain firing, what strains should you reach for? The best strains for creativity are Type II, with a balance of THC and CBD and a terpene profile that includes pinene, linalool, and beta-caryophyllene.

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