What is this AC/DC?

Since this is the strain that is used in our High-CBD tinctures, here is a short article on the AC/DC strain and why it is so special!

The AC/DC Strain Is A Phenotype of Cannatonic

As we know, cannabidiol (CBD) has come to the forefront in recent years, and a number of cultivators have set out to develop CBD-rich strains, like Sour Tsunami and Ghost Rider, and Harlequin. Bred by Resin Seeds, the Cannatonic strain certainly helped pave the way for this trend, becoming one of the first strains recorded with a 1:1 ratio of CBD:THC.

“AC/DC is a phenotype of the Cannatonic strain with a documented 22:1 CBD:THC ratio.”

With that said, just 50 percent of Cannatonic seeds will develop into CBD-rich plants. Understandably, this can cause confusion for medical cannabis patients.

The strain’s cannabinoid profile tends to vary greatly – I’ve seen test results of Cannatonic with CBD:THC ratios ranging everywhere from 20:1 to 1:20.

With this in mind, a phenotype of the Cannatonic strain with a 22:1 CBD:THC ratio has adopted the nickname “AC/DC.” It has been made available in the form of clones and is currently making it’s way throughout California. In fact, a number of northern California’s premier dispensary locations have reported an availability of AC/DC clones, including Harborside Health Center (Oakland) and Synergy Wellness (Santa Rosa).

How Will The AC/DC Cannabis Strain Affect Me?

Being a CBD-rich strain, the AC/DC phenotype of the Cannatonic strain is often sought out for its ability to deliver relief without psychoactive side effects. Because of this, it is unlikely to garner much interest from the adult-use market.

“It’s high concentration of cannabidiol (CBD) makes the AC/DC strain ideal for coping with anxiety and pain.”

Nonetheless, a number of medical marijuana patients seek out clones of the AC/DC strain to add to their garden. It’s high concentration of cannabidiol (CBD) makes the AC/DC strain ideal for anxiety and pain.

Furthermore, cannabis oil from the AC/DC phenotype and juicing its leaves have each shown promise in preventing the spread of cancer according to anecdotal reports. Consider this strain if suffering from epilepsymultiple sclerosis, or the negative effects of chemotherapy.

This article was written by Drake Dram, a writer for the online site, Medical Jane. 

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