After about a year away from cbd-rich cannabis, I decided to throw myself into the cbd world again, this time with a research collective in the Los Angeles area known as the Cornerstone Collective. Today was my second visit to the collective and I decided to pick some more cbd rich flowers to sample. I am giving the Harlequin strain a trial run and also picked up in an house grow called Blueberry OG. Was told that they are Indica strains, more for relaxation than a cerebral high.
I medicated about half an hour before attending my friend’s baseball game. I’ll just say I had a good experience (I wasn’t high!) with a nice body buzz with a tinge of cerebral stimulation. I encourage anyone who lives in the Los Angeles area to give their products a try. The strain did not throw symptoms into outer space, I repeat: it did not exacerbate any of my symptoms. Instead, a nice, relaxed feeling with a pervasive calm.
The great thing about the collective is that one has to apply to the collective based on the severity of the illness or issue you are treating. I told them that I was sz and they go by experience of what strains and oils might be helpful. I told them that I enjoy the ritual of smoking and no problem! They recommended three strains with a 2:1 cbd to thc ratio. I’ve tried all three and they are magnifico! They pride themselves on pesticide-free, mold-free cannabis with no impurities. If smoking isn’t your thing, they have tinctures and oils at the ready. After searching for about five years, I think I finally found the cannabis I have been looking for. Not since my travels to Denver have I been so excited! I share this information readily and freely, because let’s face it, 99% of the pot out there is not for people with sz. Eureka, I have discovered gold in the hills of Eagle Rock, California!