The Six Best CBD-Dominant Bud Strains

The Best CBD-Dominant Bud Strains

Strains (in general) have made a massive splash in cannabis communities across the globe; and how could they not capture the imagination of stoners everywhere? It’s no surprise, with the diversity of effects, colours, flavours and names – like Bruce Banner, and Thunder Bloody Mary.

Especially if you’re a newbie to the whole cannabis scene, all of that choice can seem very overwhelming. It can be hard to know where to start… and even if you know that a high-CBD option is right for you, it’s still difficult to source the best CBD strains on the market.
With that said, many medicinal users regularly rely on a supply of ‘strains’ with high concentrations of CBD – among them, many Australians. CBD, stands for cannabidiol a component of raw cannabis with medicinal properties. CBD relaxes mind and body, alleviates inflammation and releases stress.

Today, we’ll be listing some of the best CBD-dominant cannabis strains – in our opinion.

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Charlotte’s Web

Regardless of your exposure to cannabis – you’ve likely heard about ‘Charlotte’s Web’.

Not only is it a charming children’s story; it’s also one of the most popular CBD-dominant buds. Its reputation online is unmatched. Often, Charlotte’s Web runs out of stock fast in dispensaries everywhere – it’s in such high demand.

Frequent consumers of this strain claim that it improves mood and acts as a treatment for depression. It also cures body pains, and improves focus at work. Interestingly, you can get this strain in different flavours – such as lemon twist, chocolate, orange, mint, and olive oil.


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Consume this strain, and you’re likely to start experiencing warm fuzzies in your stomach. This strain energises, and is great for intense mental and physical activity. Gym-goers are known to infuse their protein shakes with this strain.

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This is an Indica – a blend of Jack and the famous Harlequin strain. This strain lifts mood and supports cardiovascular health. PTSD sufferers are often suggested to use this strain. The best part about ‘Pennywise’ is its neutral THC:CBD ratio (1:1) You’ll hardly feel ‘stoned’ after using this! Clean, smooth, energetic, sober-feelings abound!

Sour Tsunami

This strain is a cross between NYC Diesel and Sour Diesel. Tsunami Diesel has its own unique aroma, so enticing it practically begs to be consumed. The massive popularity of this bud has compelled industrial hemp farms to expand their production capacity of the strain en masse.

This strain also has a neutral THC:CBD ratio – but it’s not necessarily a suitable strain for beginners.

Harle Tsu

For those seeking out especially high CBD content in their bud, Harle Tsu is the one.

A blend of Sour Tsunami and Harlequin – this strain is not easy to find. You’ll definitely have to go the extra mile, looking for it online. This bud is very rich in terpenes. It’s helpful in treating insomnia, bloatedness, nausea, and various other health conditions.

Ringo’s Gift

This bud is featuring last on this list – but it will be sure to make you feel like you’re at the top. Ringo’s Gift is highly concentrated with CBD, with its CBD:THC ratio standing at 20:1. This CBD-dominant strain is suitable for many patients – particularly those suffering from cancer, or undergoing chemotherapy treatment. Ringo’s Gift can be found online, if you go searching.

What Are Your Favourite CBD-Dominant Strains?

Do you think there’s a strain we’ve missed from our list?
Let us know in the comments down below!

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Author: Mitch

Mitch Keys is a young writer from Brisbane, Australia unfolding in a dynamic process of becoming (like everyone else, so don’t go thinking he’s special or anything). He likes being alive.

Mitch Keys is a young writer from Brisbane, Australia unfolding in a dynamic process of becoming (like everyone else, so don’t go thinking he’s special or anything). He likes being alive.


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