With how busy and stressful our lives are, it can be very difficult to turn our brains off for sleep. We are overwhelmed, overstressed and over-connected. This can lead to many restless nights, which in turn, makes you irritable, lethargic and clouded during the day. Insomnia is a big problem that can lead to issues in all areas of your life. One option to combat this problem is with cannabis. It has been shown to be a safe and effective sleep aid for many people, but you need to choose carefully.
Edibles are a great option for longer lasting effects. Older cannabis can also be more effective. There are many different strains of cannabis and it’s imperative to pick one that is going to be the most effective to combat your insomnia.
– Tahoe OG Kush
This is a great option for your insomnia. It tends to be heavier than your average OG Kush hybrid. Whether you vaporize or smoke it, the strain can produce fast-acting effects that are able to let your muscles relax. It can also slow racing thoughts and help you better drift off to sleep.
– Granddaddy Purple
This strain is easy to find and helps people that are kept up by pain. It has been known to exhibit high levels of the sleepy terpene myrcene.
– God’s Gift
This strain is known for giving the stressed recipient a sense of peace. It has hints of citrus and berry, which is also helpful for lifting your mood.
– Afghan Kush
This strain is able to knock out pain and soothe away anxious thoughts in order to help you sleep better.
– Northern Lights
This strain has a high-THC content that is able to banish insomnia and pain.
This strain is another great option to help you sleep better. It also has sweet citrus flavors.
This strain is a great choice to combat many issues such as depression, nausea and anxiety.
– Big Bud
This strain is considered an off switch for the mind and helps you get to sleep fast.
– 9 Pound Hammer
This strain features a mild CBD content that helps to relax the body and calm the mind.
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