High CBC Cannabis Strains

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Cannabis is now legal in many parts of the world, and as such, there has been an increase in demand for high-quality strains. If you’re looking to capitalize on this trend, you need to be prepared for some high CBC strains. 

What is CBC? Cannabis content is made up of CBD (cannabidiol) and CBN (cannabinol). These two cannabinoids work together to create the psychoactive effects that we experience when smoking or vaping cannabis. 

As CBD and CBN levels vary from strain to strain, it’s important to look for strains with high CBC levels if you want to get the most out of your cannabis experience.

CBC cannabis strains

List of CBC Cannabis Strains

CBC (cannabis) strains are known for their high CBD and THC levels, making them an ideal choice for medical marijuana patients looking for a strain with a balanced profile.

Harvestman strain

Harvestman is a high-CBD strain with low THC levels that is perfect for medical marijuana patients who want to avoid psychoactive effects.

GrowGirl strain

GrowGirl is an indica-dominant strain with high levels of THC and CBD, perfect for those seeking relief from pain or inflammation.

Northern Lights strain

Northern Lights is aSativa-dominant strain with high levels of THC and CBD, making it an excellent choice for recreational users looking for a cerebral buzz.

Jack Herer strain

Jack Herer is one of the most renowned CBC strains, boasting high levels of both CBD and THC. It’s also popular among cannabis enthusiasts because it has been bred especially to resist mold and mildew.

Pineapple Express strain

Pineapple Express is a hybrid blend of two sativa strains that was created by crossing Hawaiian Shredder and Skunk #1. This strain offers moderate highs in terms of THC and CBD while still maintaining its sativa-dominant traits.

Maui Dream strain

Maui Dream is a high-CBD cannabis strain that has a THC level of just under 17%. This strain is perfect for those looking for a relaxing experience without the psychoactive effects associated with other strains.

Valentine X strain

Valentine X is a high-CBD strain that’s perfect for couples looking to uplift their mood and enjoy a relaxing evening together.

This indica-dominant cannabis strain is popular for its cerebral effects, which make it perfect for relieving stress and tension. 

The THC content is relatively low, so this strain is best suited for people who are new to cannabis or those who don’t want a strong psychoactive effect.

Charlotte’s Web strain

Charlotte’s Web, a high-CBD cannabis strain, is known for its relieving effects on various conditions. 

This strain was developed by the Stanley brothers, who were awarded a patent for the strain in 2013. 

Charlotte’s Web is famous for its high CBD content and lack of THC. The CBD in this strain has been shown to be effective at treating a variety of conditions, including anxiety, depression, and chronic pain.

Sour Tsunami strain

Sour Tsunami cannabis strain is a high-CBD cannabis strain that’s perfect for those who want a mellow, relaxing experience. The strain features moderate THC levels and a sour, earthy flavor.

Bubba Cookies strain

Bubba Cookies is a cannabis strain developed in California by the 556 Society. It’s a cross of two highly renowned, indica-dominant strains: Afghan Kush and genetic unknown. 

Overall, Bubba Cookies has been described as “deep and sedative” with a strong body-high. 

Due to its indica-dominant genetics, Bubba Cookies can be helpful for treating nausea and other stomach ailments, as well as providing relief from pain and inflammation.


What is CBC/cannabichromene?

Cannabis has been used for centuries as a medicine and recreational drug. 

The main psychoactive compound in cannabis is THC, which is responsible for the plant’s psychoactive effects. 

However, there are also other compounds present in cannabis that have medicinal properties. One of these compounds is CBC (cannabichromene), which has been shown to have therapeutic effects on a number of conditions.

CBC is a terpenoid compound that is found in high concentration in some strains of cannabis. Terpenoids are responsible for the plant’s aroma and many of them have medicinal properties. CBC has been shown to have therapeutic effects on a number of conditions, including:

  • Anxiety and stress relief
  • Depression and bipolar disorder
  • Pain relief
  • Reduced inflammation

What is CBC used for?

The Cannabis sativa plant is indigenous to central and north-eastern Asia, and has been used for centuries for its psychoactive properties. 

Cannabis indica is native to India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan, and is more commonly known for its indica-dominant effects. However, both varieties of the plant have been used throughout history to treat a variety of medical conditions.

Currently, CBC (cannabichromene) is the most studied cannabinoid in cannabis, as it has shown promise as a treatment for a number of maladies, including chronic pain, epilepsy, anxiety disorders, Crohn’s disease and cancer. 

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), “There is substantial evidence that cannabinoids are useful in the treatment of various medical conditions.”

How do you use CBC?

CBC, or cannabidiol, is one of the main cannabinoids found in cannabis. It’s a psychoactive compound that’s considered to have therapeutic benefits.

There are a few ways to get CBC into your body. You can vape it, eat it, mix it with other tinctures, or add it to coffee or tea. Some people also use it as a topical treatment.


Jennifer Williams
Jennifer Williams
In my early twenties, I had everything in the palm of my hand. I was a journalist, published author, and was passionate about cannabis. Quickly realizing that the cannabis industry wasn't going to take off the way I wanted it to, I decided I needed a change.After some soul searching and self-reflection, I realized that all of my passions were centered on wellness. CBD is an incredible healing tool with scientific research backing its effectiveness in alleviating anxiety and promoting restorative sleep. With CBD becoming a more mainstream topic every day (not just among the medical community), it seemed like this was something that could be well worth pursuing!