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Best marijuana strains for pain relief

If you suffer from ongoing pain, you’re not alone. The Center for Disease Control estimates nearly 50 million Americans suffer from chronic pain, defined as persistent pain that can last weeks or even years. This type of pain is a common problem and can make the challenges of everyday life difficult to overcome, and traditional pain management strategies may do more harm than good. The good news? Medical marijuana patients seeking alternative pain management strategies have reported varying levels of therapeutic success using weed to ease chronic pain.

Patients using marijuana for pain relief report that the most effective strains often have an equal balance of THC and CBD. Research also suggests caryophyllene, a common terpene found in cannabis, may be a factor in helping to reduce pain. To the delight of consumers, pain-fighting strains exist in sativa, indica, and hybrid form, making it easy to mix and match to your individual needs and lifestyle.

When it comes to dealing with pain, everyone has a different situation, tolerance level, and biological system. That being said, your initial dosage should be low and slow until you get a feel for how the strain and THC content will interact with your body’s chemistry. Use this collection to discover strains that may help reduce pain.

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Information about effects is sourced from Leafly customer reviews. Cannabis affects individuals differently, so you may experience different effects. Customer-reported information is not a substitute for medical advice. Always seek the advice of a health professional before using cannabis for a medical condition.

Explore Cannabis Strains for Pain

Marijuana strains that relieve pain can be found in indica, sativa and hybrid form. These strains act as a natural pain management alternative to narcotics, which are commonly prescribed to those suffering from chronic pain. If you're looking to manage your pain with marijuana, consider seeking out strains with an equal balance of THC and CBD. it’s important to seek out strains that have an equal balance of THC and CBD. This balance is known to help reduce inflammation, which ultimately reduces stress. Use this list to find the best strains for pain management and their reported effects.

Frequently Asked Questions

While more research needs to be done, early research suggests weed may help relieve pain.