10 Best Cannabis Strains for ADHD/ADD (Research-Backed) (2022)

It seems like we’ve entered the era of ADHD epidemics.

As of 2011, one in ten children between 4 and 17 years of age have been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). (1)

More than 5% of school children in Canada have it. As you can see, it’s a disorder that needs to be approached seriously.

Conventional drugs for ADHD produce a number of undesirable side effects, which is why more and more patients are turning to an all natural solution — marijuana.

However, the issue of marijuana and ADHD is still somewhat controversial. Why is that so?

Can you imagine telling someone you are giving your child marijuana, as a part of the ADHD therapy? It freaks some people out…Of course, no one wants our children smoking but there are other ways of consuming medicinal cannabis.

Statistics say that about 50% of ADHD and ADD sufferers use alcohol or drugs to relax. Unfortunately, they usually start using these substances at a very young age.

This is all very expected since the conventional drugs for treating ADHD (Adderall, Ritalin, and Concerta) may cause a number of side effects.

Now, as you probably know, many ADHD patients take marijuana on their own and most of them are very happy with the results. (link)

So, if the patients swear that they find relief in medical cannabis, why is the mainstream medicine turning its back to a possible cure?

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What exactly is ADHD/ADD?

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or shortly ADHD, is a behavioral and mental disorder that, most commonly, affects young children. Those suffering from ADHD have difficulties paying attention, are more active than usual and have trouble controlling their behavior.

Initial symptoms appear at a very young age and tend to last six months, but can possibly prolong to even several years.

You can often hear how ADHD is a modern disorder since the number of patients has been increasing dramatically in the last 50 years.

Researchers are still not sure what really causes ADHD. The latest conclusion that we have is that certain genetic, environmental and social factors do play a role in developing this disorder.

For example, having a brain trauma or brain infection, premature birth, a dysfunctional family or poor educational system can all lead to developing ADHD in children. It’s also believed that drinking alcohol during pregnancy can possibly cause the baby to get an attention deficit disorder later in life.

Scientists also noticed that dopamine (neurotransmitter responsible for movement and emotional response) deficit is somehow connected to ADHD. What actually happens then is that protein transmitters prevent dopamine from going into different cells, diminishing its effects. And this could be a risk factor for developing ADHD.

But how would you know if your child is suffering from ADHD?

Sometimes it’s difficult to identify the disorder since it’s hard to draw a line between what’s normal behavior and what’s a symptom of ADHD/ADD.

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Most common symptoms of ADHD in children are:

  • Hyperactivity
  • Having trouble paying attention in class
  • Being distracted easily
  • Forgetting to do homework and tasks
  • Getting bored after just a few minutes of doing something
  • Daydreaming

Adults suffering from ADHD would usually have trouble getting organized and controlling their behavior. An adult person with an attention disorder is usually impulsive, easily distracted, restless and has trouble starting tasks and learning.

Also, it’s important to point out that adults are more likely to have attention deficit disorder (ADD), which is very similar to ADHD but without the hyperactivity factor.

In the last 60 years, ADHD and ADD patients have been treated with psycho-stimulant medications such as Adderall, which is very similar to methamphetamine.

Adderall boosts focus and concentration but has a good deal of side effects. Its users oftencomplain about losing appetite, having trouble sleeping and even becoming more restless in some cases. How does a more organic solution, like marijuana, help with ADHD?

ADHD and ADD are mental conditions characterized by problems paying attention (and excessive activity in children) usually treated with amphetamine and methylphenidate stimulants.

Research on marijuana and ADD/ADHD

As I’ve said many times before, we seriously still need a lot of research on the medical benefits of marijuana. And when it comes to ADHD we need even more, since there are almost none covering this issue in vitro.

According to a study done in 2014, those who experienced impulsivity and hyperactivity are much more likely to use cannabis. (2) Although this is an important piece of information, the research did not look into the exact effects of marijuana on ADHD.

What this study concluded was very logical:

ADHD patients tend to use cannabis as a relief from standard ADHD therapy.

The usual treatment for ADHD involves amphetamine and methylphenidate stimulants.

These types of drugs increase focus but decrease relaxation. Depending on the person, they also have a bunch of side effects, like appetite reduction, nausea, abdominal cramping, and insomnia.

So, it’s not surprising how kids that suffer from ADHD start using marijuana at a young age, and it’s certainly not surprising that adults usecannabis to ease their nerves and remain calm.

One of the few scientists to study the exact connection between marijuana and ADHD is Dr. David Bearman — a very famous physician in the field of medicinal marijuana.

Dr. Bearman likes to point out how marijuana is very beneficial in easing side effects of ADHD medications. One good example is using cannabis to increase appetite — loss of appetite is a well-known side effect of Adderall.

Some strains are known to increase appetite, so they can reduce those annoying side effects of ADHD drugs.

Also, since those types of drugs make patients more nervous but focused, by taking the strain with relaxing properties they can feel even better.

Dr. Bearman focused his research on the connection between cannabinoids and dopamine regulation in our body and found a potential solution.

According to Dr. Bearman, marijuana appears to increase dopamine, which is usually low in ADHD/ADD patients.

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“Cannabis appears to treat ADD and ADHD by increasing the availability of dopamine. This then has the same effect but is a different mechanism of action than stimulants like Ritalin and dexedrine amphetamine, which act by binding to the dopamine and interfering with the metabolic breakdown of dopamine.”, explains Dr. Bearman

Dr. Bearman also likes to indicate that his first choice for treating ADHD/ADD patients is marijuana. So, after having a talk about patient’s wishes, habits, and lifestyle, he usually prescribes two and a half milligrams of Marinol (synthetic THC), applied two or three times a day, which has shown to be very helpful to patients so far.

On to the next point.

Researchers from Germany, led by Dr. Eva Milz, conducted a study on 30 ADHD patients who did not respond well to conventional Ritalin and Adderall treatment.

The patients took an adequate dose of medical marijuana and the results were amazing:

Cannabis improved concentration reduced impulsivity and resolved sleeping problems in all 30 patients and 22 of 30 patients continued using medical marijuana to manage their ADHD.

Dr. Claudia Jensen, a clinical instructor at the University of Southern California, has even testified in front of the US Congress on the potential benefits of marijuana in treating ADHD.

She was also one of the first clinicians to talk publicly about the possible benefits of marijuana in treating children with ADHD.

She strongly believes, according to her patient’s experience, that cannabis can be a good way for treating adolescents with ADHD.

Dr. Jensen, of course, understands the concerns about children smoking, as we all do. However, she pointed out that marijuana and its beneficial compounds could be used in various other forms, such as edibles.


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Having a brownie infused with CBD for breakfast, before school, could make a hyperactive child more calm, patient and focused during the class.

Jensen also worked with a 15-year-old boy diagnosed with ADHD whose parents were concerned about him not responding to conventional medications. Under Dr. Jensen’s supervision, the boy started taking marijuana edibles and soon improved his attendance and results at school.

Unfortunately, the idea of giving cannabis to a child is something that provokes public concern and is rather avoided than talked about.

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Sadly, Dr. Jensen’s didn’t manage to persuade the Congress, so we’ll still have to wait for more “research” to prove all the benefits of this great herb before it becomes an official treatment for ADHD.

Cannabis is proven to relieve some symptoms of ADHD/ADD in both kids and adults but we’ll still have to wait for more studies for it to become a conventional treatment.

Sativa or indica for ADD/ADHD?

Whether you want to relieve anxiety, pain or depression, the right strain is out there. Use our online tool to narrow the search.

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Once you decide to start treating ADHD and ADD with medical cannabis, there are two questions that usually need to be addressed right away:

Which strain of marijuana is the best for your condition and how to get the dosage right?

As it turns out, the answer to both is not universal, and it depends on the overall health, exact symptoms, tolerance to cannabinoids, and after all, the desired effects.

If you need to be energized but focused in the day pure sativa strains and sativa-dominant hybrids should be a good fit for the daytime use. Strains that belong to this group are Super Silver Haze, Amnesia Haze, Girl Scout Cookies and Sensi Star.

On the other hand, if you are after more calming effects and something to use in the evening, stick to indica dominant strains. Top rated indica strains are Bubba Kush, Afghan Kush, Blueberry, Master Kush and Northern Lights.

When it comes to dosing the game becomes a bit more subjective. The best approach (by far) is to start with the smallest possible dose (0.1-0.2 grams for vaporized flowers) and increase incrementally. The biggest reason why you should go easy at first is that cannabis may produce biphasic effects — in low doses, it can produce one set of effects and in high doses completely opposite.

So if you start off with a dose that’s too high, you may end up with marijuana-induced paranoia, which could end up in a full-blown panic attack.

Remember, even a small dose of marijuana with low levels of THC would help ease the symptoms.

So here’s my advice:

Start exploring cannabis products that have been reported to help with ADD and ADHD (I listed some of the more popular ones below). Keep your dosage low at first and increase incrementally as you go. Buy one strain (just 1 gram at first) see how it works, move on to the next one if needed.

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Best strains for ADHD/ADD

Finding a perfect strain is never an easy process and it usually takes some experimenting.

There are strains that are high or low in THC, with high CBD content or with an equal ratio of THC to CBD. They all have a different impact on each of us.

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So, here are some strains to get you started on your journey.

Green Crack (THC 15-24%)

This energizing sativa-dominant strain is great for going through the day without the annoying mental buzz. Green Crack sparks creativity, makes you focused and helps you get things done. This fruity flavored strain is great at giving a boost when you are feeling tired and it’s also good stress and depression reliever.

Henry VIII (THC 16-18%)

First, Henry VIII provides a boost of energy to keep you going through the day, and when it starts to wear off after several hours it makes your body relaxed and calm. That’s what makes Henry VIII great medical and recreational hybrid strain for both daytime and evening use.

True OG (THC 22%, CBD 1%)

This one is an indica strain which keeps your mind calm and focused on the daily tasks. True OG is also very effective at relieving stress. However, if you are a beginner, take it easy on the first go, as this one can possibly make you very sleepy.

Red Congolese (THC 18-20%)

Red Congolese is a perfect sativa for mornings when you need to get energized for the day. It makes you focused for work and is also used for treating anxiety disorders and stress. And after a few hours when it starts to wear off it leaves you feeling calm and relaxed.

Sour Diesel (THC 19-25%)

This sativa-dominant strain provides a very pleasant energy boost. Sour Diesel is a very popular strain among ADHD/ADD patients because it keeps the mind steady and focused. Don’t take too much of it at first or you could have a completely opposite experience (hint: marijuana paranoia).

Sunset Sherbet (THC 15-19%, CBN 1%)

A great indica-dominant strain for nighttime use, especially when you need to cool down from a hard day. After a burst of happiness, it relieves all the tension and calms the mind. Sunset Sherbet is also one of the favorites among the ADHD/ADD patients.

Goo (THC 15-19%, CBD 1%)

Goo is a perfect strain for relieving side effects of ADHD/ADD medications, such as loss of appetite and sleeping problems. You can expect to feel relaxed, sleepy and get an appetite boost. It’s best to try using it at night, before going to bed.

Gorilla Glue #4 (THC 18-25%)

GG is one of the most potent strains on the market and its THC levels can go up to 32%. Gorilla Glue #4 is an indica strain which provides a very clear mind and a relaxed body effect. It’s not recommended for use in the morning, but more at night for cooling down. I do not advise beginner users to start with this strain, as it is quite strong and potent.

Jupiter OG (THC 17%, CBN 1%)

If you are experiencing undesirable side effects of ADHD/ADD medication, this strain can help you get your appetite back to normal. When Jupiter OG kicks in, it makes you uplifted a little bit at first, but after a while, it provides a long-lasting body high.

Harle-Tsu (THC 1%, CBN 22%)

This is also one of the best strains for boosting mental clarity as it’s low THC, but it has high CBD content. Harle-Tsu is great for everyday use, since it clears the mind, relaxes the body and increases the focus.


If you have been diagnosed with either ADHD or ADD and you are experiencing a lot of side effects or medications simply don’t work as well on you, marijuana could be the cure you are looking for.

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If you prefer not to smoke marijuana, you can also experiment with vaping and even make brownies or cannabutter.

While you are experimenting with the strains, keep in mind to take small steps first. Taking too much cannabis can produce more harm than good.

Of course, don’t forget to tell your doctor about your experience with conventional medications. Your doctor can provide you with the advice you need to find the best strain for your condition.


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What strains are good for focus? ›

Does Delta 9 help with ADHD? ›

Particularly in the case of stimulant-induced exacerbation of tics, Delta 9-THC might enable successful treatment of comorbid ADHD. The enhancement of intracortical inhibition might be mediated by modulating release of several neurotransmitters including dopamine and gamma-aminobutyric acid.

How do you master ADHD? ›

Exercise and spend time outdoors

Working out is perhaps the most positive and efficient way to reduce hyperactivity and inattention from ADHD. Exercise can relieve stress, boost your mood, and calm your mind, helping work off the excess energy and aggression that can get in the way of relationships and feeling stable.

How do you compensate for ADHD? ›

But a few simple approaches can at least make it easier to do the work.
  1. Declutter your home and office. Give yourself an appealing work environment and keep important items easily accessible.
  2. Reduce distractions. ...
  3. Jot down ideas as they come to you.
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Is Sativa or indica better for concentration? ›

Indica strains have a reputation for making people feel relaxed or sleepy, and Sativa strains are generally considered better for focus due to their reputed energizing effects.

What are ADHD people good at? ›

People living with ADHD may have a variety of skills and abilities beyond those of their neurotypical counterparts. These may include hyperfocus, resilience, creativity, conversational skills, spontaneity, and abundant energy.

What is ADHD mask? ›

If you hide your adult ADHD symptoms from other people, that's called masking. Basically, you're trying to seem more “normal” or “regular.” ADHD causes some people to act hyperactive or impulsive. It makes other folks have trouble paying attention. And still other adults have a combination of those symptoms.

Does ADHD worsen with age? ›

ADHD does not get worse with age if a person receives treatment for their symptoms after receiving a diagnosis. If a doctor diagnoses a person as an adult, their symptoms will begin to improve when they start their treatment plan, which could involve a combination of medication and therapy.

Is ADHD a form of trauma? ›

Trauma and traumatic stress, according to a growing body of research, are closely associated with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD or ADD). Trauma and adversity can alter the brain's architecture, especially in children, which may partly explain their link to the development of ADHD.

What does adult ADD look like? ›

Adults with ADHD may find it difficult to focus and prioritize, leading to missed deadlines and forgotten meetings or social plans. The inability to control impulses can range from impatience waiting in line or driving in traffic to mood swings and outbursts of anger. Adult ADHD symptoms may include: Impulsiveness.

Can high intelligence mask ADHD? ›

High IQ may “mask” the diagnosis of ADHD by compensating for deficits in executive functions in treatment-naïve adults with ADHD.

Is ADHD a disability? ›

Yes. Whether you view attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) as neurological — affecting how the brain concentrates or thinks — or consider ADHD as a disability that impacts working, there is no question that the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) covers individuals with ADHD.

What is the difference between Delta 8 and Delta 9? ›

The only difference between Delta 8 and Delta 9 THC is that the double bond where a specific carbon atom in the chain has two bonds is positioned at different places on the chain. In its chemical structure, Delta 8 has an eighth carbon atom with a double bond; Delta 9 contains a ninth carbon atom with a double bond.

How can I control my ADHD without medication? ›

A well-balanced diet, exercise, and meditation are all good options for individuals looking to reduce their ADHD symptoms. However, while these natural ADHD remedies may reduce the severity of certain ADHD symptoms, they do not address the individual's underlying brain dysregulation.

What strain is 100% sativa? ›

Panama Red. This pure sativa strain first became popular in the 1960s, and people used it extensively until the 1990s. Panama Red comes from Panama, and it has a low level of THC.

Does indica make you lazy? ›

Relaxing. People say cannabis indica strains help their muscles relax and their brains slow down. Sedating. Many find that indica strains make them sleepy, which may be a good thing for people with insomnia.

What strains are top shelf? ›

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What is the strongest strain of indica 2022? ›

The strongest Indica strain is Runtz Muffin, according to our research. The heavy Indica strain can contain THC levels of up to 29%, so new marijuana users should be cautious.

Why ADHD is a gift? ›

Reframing the disorder as a gift helps them define themselves by what is working, not by what isn't working." Kids with ADHD often have trouble in school. They can't sit still, and they have trouble focusing their attention on a single task. They may have outbursts of emotion.

What jobs can you not do with ADHD? ›

(5% ) Any career that relies heavily on strong reading, writing, or speaking skills.
  • Lawyer with ADHD speaking to courtroom 2 of 12. ...
  • A calendar helps an event planner with ADHD manage dates. ...
  • Librarian pushing book cart in college library 6 of 12. ...
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Why are people with ADHD so smart? ›

Highly intelligent children and adults with ADHD have been shown to rely on more efficient parts of the brain to make up for the weaker executive functioning associated with ADHD. So, people with high IQs tend to perform better in school and in life despite their ADHD.

Do people with ADHD copy other people? ›

ADHD masking may also be called "camouflaging." This is when someone with ADHD tries to cover up their symptoms by copying the behaviors of people who don't have it. ADHD masking may be a way for some people with ADHD to fit in socially, avoid being stigmatized, or feel more accepted.

Is ADHD a part of autism? ›

Autism spectrum disorder and ADHD are related in several ways. ADHD is not on the autism spectrum, but they have some of the same symptoms. And having one of these conditions increases the chances of having the other. Experts have changed the way they think about how autism and ADHD are related.

How do I know if I'm masking? ›

Signs you or someone you support may be masking include: Mirroring others' facial expressions or social behaviors. Rehearsing or preparing scripted responses to comments. Imitating gestures such as handshakes or initiating eye contact.

What age is ADHD most severe? ›

At what age does ADHD peak? The median age of onset for ADHD is 6 years old, with symptoms typically appearing between ages 3 and 6 . The more severe the symptoms, the earlier the diagnosis, with 4 years old being the median age of diagnosis for severe ADHD.

Does ADHD lead to dementia? ›

Can attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) cause Alzheimer's or dementia? No, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) cannot cause Alzheimer's or dementia.

When Does ADHD peak? ›

The symptoms of hyperactivity are typically most severe at age 7 to 8, gradually declining thereafter. Peak severity of impulsive behaviour is usually at age 7 or 8. There is no specific age of peak severity for inattentive behaviour.

What is ADHD burnout? ›

Coping with ADHD Burnout. Category: ADHD. Burnout is a feeling of physical, emotional, or mental exhaustion. Burnout additionally involves negative feelings or anxious thoughts about the quality of our performance in areas such as work or school. It can be caused by dealing with untreated ADHD symptoms.

Are you born with ADHD or does it develop? ›

ADHD tends to run in families and, in most cases, it's thought the genes you inherit from your parents are a significant factor in developing the condition. Research shows that parents and siblings of someone with ADHD are more likely to have ADHD themselves.

Can ADHD cause brain damage? ›

Out of the total 187 kids followed in this study, 48 -- more than one-quarter -- were diagnosed by researchers as having ADHD, the study said. Children who had sustained the most severe traumatic brain injuries were 3.6 times more likely to develop ADHD, compared with the control group, results showed.

What it feels like to have ADD? ›

People with ADHD will have at least two or three of the following challenges: difficulty staying on task, paying attention, daydreaming or tuning out, organizational issues, and hyper-focus, which causes us to lose track of time. ADHD-ers are often highly sensitive and empathic.

How can you tell if someone has ADD? ›

Symptoms of ADD (Inattentive Type ADHD)
  • Being easily distracted.
  • Difficulty following directions.
  • Difficulty staying on task.
  • Forgetfulness.
  • Losing personal items such as keys or books.
  • Not paying attention to details.
  • Problems staying organized.
  • Short attention span.
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How ADHD ruins your life? ›

ADHD can make you forgetful and distracted. You're also likely to have trouble with time management because of your problems with focus. All of these symptoms can lead to missed due dates for work, school, and personal projects.

What is the average IQ of someone with ADHD? ›

Each other used a cut-off of 80 or above or did not take IQ into account. For instance, among the 18 studies under scrutiny that did not explicitly state an IQ cut-off point the mean range of IQ among individuals with ADHD reported in the studies is from 102 to 110.

Do ADHD brains work faster? ›

Many people with ADHD (Inattentive subtype and hyperactive subtype) find their brains work faster than people who don't have ADHD. Your non–linear way of thinking means you can problem solve, catch on to new ideas and have high speed conversations in a way that non–ADHDers just can't.

Can people with ADHD have good memory? ›

4. ADHD Is Associated With Short-Term Memory Problems. Although they do not have problems with long-term memories, people with ADHD may have impaired short-term — or working — memory, research shows. As a result, they may have difficulty remembering assignments or completing tasks that require focus or concentration.

Is sativa good for studying? ›


In general, sativa strains trigger a more energetic and productive response than indicas. While there are many varieties to choose from, experimentation is all part of the fun.

Does Blue Dream help you focus? ›

Blue Dream: This delicious sweet-berry-tasting hybrid strain is beloved for its combination of body-relaxation and cerebral stimulation. It's great for working out or doing other physical activities that require focus.

Is Lemon Haze good for studying? ›

Lemon Haze

It offers a cognitive boost combined with a mood-elevating effect. This translates into a boost in concentration, not to mention it increases motivation so it will be easier to study. Haze strains are quite popular for studying, as they help concentration.

What CBD is good for focus? ›

Sunset CBD Oil has a unique formula that boosts the brain's energy and provides balance. The oil is a good supplement for reducing anxiety, pain, stress, and depression. It is packed with high-quality and safe ingredients. The oil improves mental clarity and enhances concentration.

Is sativa or indica better for ADHD? ›

Because of the cerebral and increased focus effects attributed to sativas, some people report that cannabis sativa products help ease symptoms of ADHD.

What strain is 100% sativa? ›

Panama Red. This pure sativa strain first became popular in the 1960s, and people used it extensively until the 1990s. Panama Red comes from Panama, and it has a low level of THC.

Does indica make you lazy? ›

Relaxing. People say cannabis indica strains help their muscles relax and their brains slow down. Sedating. Many find that indica strains make them sleepy, which may be a good thing for people with insomnia.

Who has the best blue Dream strain? ›

#1 | Artizen, $13.25/gram
  • “Overall favorite. Lasted over an hour with super clean, focused energy! ...
  • “Best smell and looks – super frosty. Best effects and balanced high.” – Will.
  • “Helped with my stress and very gorgeous!” – Tera.
  • “Aroma was nice, flavor was best of all as well as potency.
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What is similar to Blue Dream? ›

Similar strains to Blue Dream include Critical Kush, Sour Tangie, Pineapple OG, and Lemon Gelato — all of which are known to give you a cerebral high with a body buzz that doesn't usually induce paranoia.

Why is Blue Dream so good? ›

Blue Dream THC levels typically range in the high teens to low 20's, so it is a reliably potent strain. Blue Dream is strong without being overpowering like more potent strains, making it a favorite among average consumers looking for a strain that won't keep them from going about their day.

What kind of high Does Super Lemon Haze give you? ›

Super Lemon Haze is sativa-dominant, which means it provides peppy, energetic effects that keep you buzzing all day long. Despite being relatively low in CBD, this strain is great for alleviating daytime fatigue and stress. It may not be the best for medicinal purposes, as it is lower in cannabinoids than it is in THC.

What strain is lucid blue? ›

Lucid Blue is a cross of a Santa Cruz cut of Blue Dream (Santa Cruz cut) and a Grateful Breath phenotype dubbed Solomon first bred by Green Gage Genetics. This combination created a cultivar with a fruity, grassy flavor profile, according to sources online.

Is there CBD for ADHD? ›

Does CBD Help with ADHD? Few studies show CBD helps adults with the core symptoms of ADHD. Those core symptoms can include inattention, impulsivity, or even hyperactivity (which shows up in adults as interrupting or difficulty being still). So strictly speaking, no, CBD does not help with ADHD.

Does CBD improve brain function? ›

Neuroprotective Properties

The study also found that CBD may support memory function and reduce memory impairment by helping increase the connection between brain cells. These results have been validated by clinical trials and research from additional laboratories.

Is there a CBD for concentration? ›

Choose Charlotte's Web™ CBD for Focus and Concentration

In short, CBD products can support focus by working with the endocannabinoid system within our body to help manage everyday stress and occasional anxiety while also providing a sense of calm.


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