Canna-Tsu: A Lovable CBD Hybrid With An Upbeat Vibe

Searching for a relaxing high-CBD strain? Canna-Tsu is the upbeat bud that has something to offer both medical and recreational consumers.

May 12, 2017

Searching for a new high-CBD strain to try? Those who happen to come across Canna-Tsu are in luck. This CBD strain features a surprisingly pleasant yet pungent aroma and close to a one to one ratio of CBD to THC. The result is an upbeat and relaxing bud perfect for taking the edge off of just about any occasion. Here’s why Canna-Tsu might just be one of the most lovable hybrids around.

Strain details

Canna-Tsu is an easygoing hybrid cross between two respected high-CBD strains, Cannatonic and Sour Tsunami. Both strains are themselves hybrids, providing relaxed and upbeat experiences without a psychoactive high. The resulting lovechild, Canna-Tsu, is a happy-go-lucky kind of bud with some delightful mood-boosting properties.

Like its parents, Canna-Tsu is a high-CBD strain. On average, this bud tends to produce a one to one ratio of CBD to THC. This means that some consumers might feel very slight psychoactive effects with Canna-Tsu, but the overall experience is contented and laidback.

For the most part, consumers can expect this bud to produce between seven and 14 percent CBD and about seven to 10 percent THC. Some phenotypes of Canna-Tsu might be more likely to produce high-CBD than others. In general, test results for high-CBD strains are quite variable. The higher the CBD content, the less noticeable any psychoactivity will become.

Also like many high-CBD strains, Canna-Tsu features a strong woody pine aroma. The earthy base of this bud is accented by delightful pops of citrus and a bit of spice, making it pleasing to the nose and tongue. For many, Canna-Tsu has a pungent quality that sets it apart from many other high-CBD counterparts.

The Canna-Tsu experience

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One of the primary things many notice after a few puffs of Canna-Tsu is the almost immediate sense of relaxation this strain provides. Like taking a sip of some calming yet slightly energizing tea, Canna-Tsu provides a very comfortable and laid-back experience.

Great for daytime consumption, this strain tends to promote focus without cause cognitive impairment. Instead, it’s easy to simply sit back, relax, and enjoy what’s right in front of you after a little Canna-Tsu. Slightly euphoric, this strain does provide a significant mood boost.

Both CBD and THC are known to engage with specific serotonin receptors, some the same locations targeted by anti-depressant medications. This means that strains like Canna-Tsu make for an especially uplifting experience, inspiring feelings of happiness, joy, and contentedness.

Why do people use Canna-Tsu?

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Canna-Tsu has value for both recreational and medical cannabis consumers. While many recreational folks tend to gravitate toward high-THC strains, there is something to be said for the easygoing nature of high-CBD strains.

Unlike some of the super high-CBD buds out there, like ACDC, Canna-Tsu’s typical one to one ratio provides a chill vibe that’s excellent for just about any activity, from a first date to a regular workday.

Unsurprisingly, this strain makes for some excellent medical cannabis. CBD is a powerful anti-inflammatory and there’s reason to believe that these effects are accentuated when combined with THC. This fact contributes to the powerful pain-relieving properties of Canna-Tsu, which is often the primary reason people pick up this strain.

Other medical cannabis patients pick up Canna-Tsu for relief from various severe ailments, particularly mental health conditions like chronic stress and depression.

Muscle tension and muscle spasms are to other reasons patients pick up this strain, which isn’t surprising since both THC and CBD have demonstrated muscle relaxant properties in preclinical studies.

May 12, 2017