Canna-Tsu is a hybrid marijuana strain known for its high CBD content and low THC levels. It is highly favored in the medical cannabis community and is used in various medical treatments. This strain gets its name from its CBD-rich parent strains, Cannatonic and Sour Tsunami. It has a pleasant aroma that combines citrus and woody scents.
The THC content of Canna-Tsu is relatively low, ranging from 8-11%. On the other hand, it has high CBD levels ranging from 7-10%. The presence of high CBD counters the effects of THC, resulting in a gentle and relaxing high. Some users have reported mild psychoactivity with Canna-Tsu, and it is highly recommended for treating muscle spasms, chronic pain, inflammation, seizures, and anxiety.
Cannabinoid Lab Data:
| Cannabinoid | Amount |
| THC: | 8-11% |
| Δ9-THC: | 11% |
| CBD: | 7-10% |
| CBN: | <0.01% | | Δ8-THC: | <0.01% | | CBD-A: | 10.58% | | CBC: | 0.12% | | CBG: | <0.01% | | CBG-A: | 1.02% | Terpene Lab Data: | Terpene | Amount | |-----------------------|---------| | Linalool | 3.90% | | Beta Caryophyllene | 0.62% | | Beta Myrcene | 0.52% | | Alpha Humulene | 0.31% | | Limonene | <0.1% | | Alpha Pinene | <0.01% | History: The hybrid strain Canna-Tsu is a result of crossing the Cannatonic and Sour Tsunami strains.
My Review of the Canna Tsu Strain:
I recently had the opportunity to smoke Canna Tsu, and I must say I was pleasantly surprised by this strain. As someone who prefers a more mellow and relaxed high, Canna Tsu delivered exactly what I was looking for. The THC and CBD combination offered a calming and uplifting experience without any overwhelming psychoactive effects. The smoke was smooth and easy on the lungs, with a pleasant earthy and slightly sweet taste. Not only did I feel a gentle sense of euphoria, but my stress and anxiety seemed to melt away. Overall, Canna Tsu is a fantastic strain for those seeking a soothing and therapeutic experience.