It’s that time again. I finished a product, a half ounce of CBD flower in the strain of Suver Haze.
This particular hybrid hemp flower has a high CBD concentration, 19.8% CBD, with many Cannabinoids and Terpenes combined as it’s a hybrid of two strains.
As this flower is among the few strains with high concentrations of CBD above 18% and has many Cannabinoids/terpenes, it was only necessary that I review my experience with it as my 1/2 ounce was finished last night in the middle of a headache caused by my occipital neuralgia so right off the bat, this is an excellent choice for those of my fellow Spoonies with pain problems.
Originally my flower guy gave me this half ounce on his own word that it would help those with chronic pain issues due to the CBD concentration, cannabinoids and Terpene isolates knowing that I would be back for more. Now let’s get a little technical about what makes Suver Haze.
4 independent sites give it above a 4.5/5 consistently for pain and overall effects.
Bred by Oregon CBD, Suver Haze crosses their high-performance Suver #8 and Early Resin Berry. It’s an excellent strain with the ability to be grown in many climates within the US; very versatile and forgiving in all those different climates.
This bud has aroma notes of black pepper and sweet fruits. It has a citrus, earthy and woody taste profile.
There are MANY things this particular strain is great for. The #1 being stress. The other great effects it has are on such things as pain, inflammation, fatigue and depression. The one downfall? It can cause dry eyes, big whoop. As I use it in a joint/cone/blunt/bowl with CBD/CBG wax, I’m asleep within 20 to 30 minutes of smoking a bowl of it or an entire joint/cone with or without the CBD/CBG wax I just picked up as you saw in a very recent post so it’s primarily been just Suver Haze alone for months.
Conclusion: great for headaches, inflammation causing pain, is EXCELLENT on insomnia, won’t make you fail a drug test and can be picked up for about $6-8 USD per gram with discounts in larger amounts. I suggest checking out Tweedle farms website -> link to website – Tweedle Farms – and see if you can find it there as they carry the largest collection of CBD flower of any other online shop. I have no skin in the game with Tweedle Farms so I gain nothing by pushing their great products, I just will occasionally post URLs to sites that have products that will benefit the masses and Spoonie community who use CBD but want a better CBD product than just weak “CBD rich hemp oil” yet provide no lab reports. I have noticed that more users that email us ask about such information and due to the flooded CBD market due to the Farm Bill of 2018, there is an abundance of weak, cheap and plain old crappy CBD companies which are ending up turning people away from the products that actually started this market originally.
So in conclusion, Suver Haze is a great solution for anyone looking for great high concentration CBD flower/nugs where it’s been and always will be cheaper than marijuana which will increase your stress and anxiety levels due to the massive increase in heart rate besides it not being legal in all 50 States yet. I have a medicinal marijuana card that I am unable to use due to restrictions the DEA has placed on doctors who prescribe narcotics. Those particular patients, like me, are drug tested every 30 or so days to satisfy the DEA and the state that since you are on narcotics, you aren’t using illicit drugs like cocaine, meth, marijuana (again, even with a medical card) and other drugs or else the doctor is supposed to cut you off which is their way of forcing you into rehab but the doctor, for example pain management, doesn’t drop you. If you pass your next drug test they make you re-sign the anti-drug contract that you signed the first day you ever started with whatever particular doctor it is/was that was prescribing you narcotics. Fail a second time, and there is no third attempt – within the entire state due to their narcotic patient databases – to restart your previous narcotic treatment.
Sure, narcotics are covered by your insurance company’s drug plans but is medical marijuana? NOPE! The one cream I was allowed to get was a THC rich CBD cream that now as if my last pain Dr appointment is now on file and shows up in your drug tests in far smaller concentrations but still show up. I’m glad they are allowing that.
When I brought the CBD buds in for their information or to have them take a picture and put it in my file they said “oh no need, we encourage CBD usage” as they push Charlotte’s Web in the office; no matter where you look is a pamphlet about CW CBD tinctures. I’ve been giving them information about highly effective strains of CBD on pain such as Suver Haze and Elektra to name just two. A lot of the other strains for pain have around 15-17% concentrations of CBD but their trichomes contain cannabinoids and terpenes designed for pain such as Myrcene, Pinene, Terpinolene, Linalool, Limonene, Beta-caryophollene and others as this terpene isolate list can get quite long and I will save “Terpenes for Pain Relief” for another post in the very near future.
In the meantime, if you can find such CBD strains like Dancehall or Charlotte’s Web which have the #1 effect of eliminating pain, they will be the next strain-related posts I make including OG Kush which has a fairly GENEROUS amount of CBD and for me is awesome for pain relief and cutting down on inflammation. I have about 10 more OG Kush pre-rolled cones and afterwards end up in absolutely no pain and inflammation with awesome mobility in the neck with far less insomnia/painsomnia.
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