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Sour Tsunami comes in at 10% CBD and 8% THC, making it a fantastic strain to use at night when trying to get some sleep. It’s a Sativa-dominant hybrid that’s the result of a cross between Sour Diesel and NYC Diesel, and is one of the few Diesel strains that is actually a Sativa. It’s also one of the first strains to become well-known for its high CBD content.
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*Images note: the photos used in this piece are not of the individual strains themselves, as those are hard (if not impossible) to find.
Now, we dip into the strains with the highest levels of CBD — and Charlotte’s Web takes the cake. Charlotte’s Web has been made famous as the strain used to help patients (children, specifically) control seizures. It has a remarkable 20% CBD, and is less than 0.50% THC.
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With that said, here are the strongest types of marijuana on the market, as researched by the Wikileaf team.
We took a look at the strongest marijuana strains out there — which have the most THC and CBD, that is — to compile this short list.