The rare hybrid strain named Channel 2 is known to be a creeper, with its effects often not being felt, for several minutes after being smoked or vaped. Once it does begin to take effect, you’ll be greeted with a warming body high, that mellows you out. It tends to improve mood, but won’t create an intense psychotropic high, as it’s known to have high CBD levels rather than THC levels.
On average, Channel 2 produces about 10% CBD and only 3 to 4% THC, making it a choice strain for patients seeking relief, from a variety of conditions such as seizures, muscle spasms, spinal cord injuries, bipolar disorder, inflammation, neuropathy, chronic pain, and tremors. As knowledge surrounding CBD’s effects, has become increasingly sought after in the medical field, this cannabinoid’s popularity has skyrocketed, and caused demand for high CBD strains to rise.
When you open up a package of Channel 2, you’ll notice the buds are often long and shaped like peppers, being forest green and smelling of skunk and pine. Be careful when smoking this strain, as the scent tends to intensify greatly.
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