The news-ranking sativa cannabis strain Charlotte’s Web is renowned in the media, being the focus for many in the nationwide effort to have cannabis legalized for medical purposes. It was named after a young Colorado adolescent (Charlotte Figi) with epilepsy who began using this strain and successfully stopped her consistent seizures. Her story pushed many states to legalize cannabis on a medical level.
This strain bares an earthy pine aroma with similar tastes, some reviewers noting undertones of a smell similar to cat pee.
While Charlotte’s Web, won’t cause the consumer to get high, having a less than 1% THC content, its CBD content is 17% or more! Its one of the most powerful medical strains available on the market today and is usually classified as hemp, not marijuana.
Charlotte’s Web is known to treat muscle spasms, headaches, and pain, along with seizure disorders. Those that want relief of such conditions but no cerebral effects that could affect their day’s tasks can turn to this strain for relief. Some reviewers have noted that it helps them focus and makes reading and listening to music more enjoyable.
If consumed improperly, this Charlotte’s Web can cause dizziness.
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