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AC/DC Cannabis Strain Review

Indica, Sativa or Hybrid? (and what that means)
AC/DC is technically a sativa dominant HYBRID strain which means it’s a blend of a Sativa and Indica. Sativas tend to be more inspiring and uplifting, while Indicas tend to be more “stony” and relaxing. However, AC/DC is really a CBD strain that has only trace amounts of THC.

The average THC levels in AC/DC are trace to none 0-1%. It’s CBD content ranks extremely high in the 19%-20% range.

Aroma and Taste
AC/DC has a very satisfying blend of skunky and fruity aroma with the addition of some earthy flavors on the back end.

What Makes It Popular
AC/DC shines either for medical patients, or for those who deal with paranoia with regular marijuana. CBD helps counteracts the effect of paranoia, but AC/DC is so low in THC anyway, that you don’t end up feeling stoned. Just relaxed and alert.

Medical Benefits
Medically patients say AC/DC is good for pain and stress, but is definitely worth (because of it’s high CBD content) trying for spasms and seizures.

If you’re looking for either just the medical benefits of cannabis, or just don’t want to get high (but feel relaxed) then AC/DC is worth a try. Our biggest piece of feedback so far is from users who stopped using years ago because of either sleepiness or paranoia and they happily report neither with AC/DC. If you’ve tried AC/DC, tell us what you thought about it. It’s through real user reviews that we can grow our community knowledge base.

Scojo67 going into new territory with AC/DC.
AC/DC is part of the new wave of High CBD, but low THC marijuana. That translates into the medical benefits of a strain without getting stoned. It will make you feel relaxed and alert, but not stimulated and while there is a slight high to it, it really just feels…clean. It’s a Pungent, skunky, fruity, strain
With a light, possibly earthy flavor.
You can feel it, but it’s not overwhelming at all. It’s particularly good for medical use and people who deal with paranoia as a side effect of normal herb.
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