Best Medicinal Cannabis Strains To Help With Anxiety

Anxiety is a feeling of nervousness or worry, and is commonly accompanied with symptoms like a racing heart, trembling, fatigue, insomnia, and panic attacks. Anxiety is something most people will experience in their life at one time or another. It can be extremely debilitating, interfering with your daily routine and ability to get things accomplished, but it can improve over time.

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Cannabis can be effective when trying to treat anxiety

Tips for controlling anxiety include:

  • Stay hydrated
  • Get enough exercise every day
  • Spend time outdoors
  • Eat healthy foods
  • Get enough sleep
  • Focus on the present
  • Limit screen time
  • Avoid caffeine, alcohol, and sugar
  • Learn your triggers, the things that cause you to feel anxious
  • Talk to a professional or someone you trust
  • Take up a hobby, like gardening, yoga, or meditation
  • Break the cycle; when you feel anxious, change what you’re doing to refocus your mind
Cannabis is also known to help. When trying to manage anxiety with cannabis, it’s recommended you consume small amounts. The right strain is also important. Typically, you would look for an indica-dominant strain as sativa-dominant strains produce more of an up feeling and can actually make anxiety worse. Finding the right strain, the right way to consume it, and the right dose is how to use cannabis effectively for relief.

Try strains like:

  • ACDC
  • Animal Cookies
  • Bay Wave
  • Blueberry Diesel
  • Blue Sapphire
  • Chee Hoo
  • Cherry Pie
  • Crip Kush
  • Crippy
  • Da Crip
  • Haole Girl
  • Halo Halo
  • Hawaiian Hammah
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  • Guava Chiffon
  • Guava Lava
  • Kauai Butter
  • Kauai Kure
  • Kauai OG
  • Kauai Skunk
  • Pinetrees
  • Sunset Sherbet
  • Tropical Trip
  • Wifi 43
Avoid strains like:

  • Ainakea Sugarcane
  • Blue Dream
  • Garlique Glue
  • GG4
  • Kauai Macnut
  • Supaglue

Mind Over Matter

Experiencing anxiousness from time to time is normal; it’s when it begins overtaking your life that you should begin looking for solutions. Listen to your body, observe your habits and thoughts closely, and be sure to focus on the positive and acknowledge that these feelings will pass.

If you have any questions about the above information, feel free to contact us.

*Because cannabis is still being researched and studied, medical professionals can’t advise much when it comes to treating medical conditions. It’s recommended that you do your own research, and seek advice from reputable and knowledgeable sources.