Dinamed CBD is a cannabis seed that comes from an extraordinary CBD-rich strain known as Dancehall. She is a rather Sativa-dominant marijuana plant, with a strong personality and Sativa-like thin and elongated leaves, noted for her large side branches and her average internodal spacing. Besides, if the temperature drops at night during the last stage of the flowering, her leaves are likely to acquire beautiful purplish hues.
Dinamed CBD is a monster-yielder that delivers numerous Sativa-shaped buds with an excellent flower/leaf ratio. Due to her CBD content, she produces less glandular trichomes than high-THC strains. Her flowers, on the contrary, contain a greater quantity of basal trichomes that, being smaller than glandular trichomes, give buds a less resinous look.
Dinamed CBD stands out not only for being the one and only strain in our catalogue with no psychoactive effect, but also for her deliciously sweet and fruity orangey taste.
Given her incredibly high CBD content, and low THC content, Dinamed CBD is a plant with no psychoactive effects. The studies that bring to light the many therapeutic properties of cannabis, particularly of CBD, are becoming increasingly numerous. For instance, being such an effective muscle tension reliever, she is perfect for easing spasticity in patients with progressive multiple sclerosis. Given her anticonvulsant potential, some people already consume her for fighting epilepsy when conventional treatments do not work, as is the case for Dravet syndrome. Research also shows that CBD is effective in the treatment of stress, nausea or even mental disorders such as schizophrenia.
Despite knowing we are working with living things that vary according to a number of factors such as the growing conditions, we can guarantee Dinamed’s THC levels will range from 0.5% to 1%, the latter being a rare thing, while her CBD content could be around 10%, and sometimes reach 14%.
Some of the clear Sativa traits of Dinamed CBD are her amazing vigour and her tendency to grow upwards. She needs some 60 days to complete the flowering stage. If we’re cultivating outdoors, we must carefully select the best date to start our crop so that we can harvest it by mid-September.