Help Your Diet by Using Cannabis Strains That Supress Appetite

There has been a long-held belief that certain cannabis strains lead to the munchies and in fact, increase your appetite. While this is partly true, it is not true of all strains. Those who use cannabis recreationally often chose strains that have high levels of THC, which is what contributes to the increase in appetite. For the purpose of losing weight as part of a diet, it is important to select a strain that has low concentrations of THC.

Which Cannabis Strains are Low in THC & Decrease Appetite?

Harle-Tsu

This strain is my personal favourite and a lot of dieters have plenty of anecdotal evidence to suggest that they have achieved results with this strain. The strain is a cross between Sour Tsunami and Harlequin and is characterized by a low THC and high concentrations of CBD.

Remedy

A remedy is another strain to consider to reduce bulging appetites. Because Remedy is an Indica strain, which has a low concentration of THC, it is suitable to be used for this purpose, as it produces no psychoactive effect. The strain itself was born from a cross between Cannatonic and Afghan Skunk. A remedy is also commonly used for the purpose of pain reduction for conditions such as chronic back pain, as well as anxiety. Anecdotal evidence also seems to suggest that it is relatively effective at counteracting insomnia and headaches.

Canna-Tsu

A strain that has experienced a rapid growth in popularity is Canna-Tsu. It is easy to find this strain now in nearly all dispensaries right across the US. Many people have commented positively on the sweet flavour and taste of this strain, making it a pleasure to use. Other uses of Canna-Tsu include for boosting focus, which is a great way to keep your attention on your diet.

MediHaze

For an energy boost, why not consider MediHaze? If you are looking for a strain to reduce the munchies, this should be a strain to look at. Although be careful, as this strain does have a slightly higher THC concentration than many other appetites reducing cannabis strains. Other benefits include improving focus and clearing your head of any niggling thoughts and doubts.

For more advice, contact your local dispensary. Use the dispensary near me tool to find your nearest location.

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