Updated April 24, 2021
By the Cannabis Ontario team
The Cannatonic weed strain is an award-winning strain rumoured to have started the entire CBD movement in Europe. This 50/50 Hybrid holds a high CBD level of 12%, making it one of the top medicinal strains around. The Cannatonic marijuana strain holds a lower THC level of 7%-15%.
With marijuana legalization in full force, there are many options of where to buy Cannatonic weed in Canada. You can choose mail-order marijuana from an online dispensary and Cannatonic strain cannabis will ship to your door. Alternatively, you can get same-day weed delivery in your local area. At Cannabis Ontario, you can find the best deals on Cannatonic weed in Canada.
Its tightly packed, medium-sized chunky popcorn buds have a green-yellow colour coated in trichome crystals and surrounded by tiny sugar leaves. Cannatonic puts off a distinct aroma that is earthy when it first hits your nostrils but is quickly followed by hints of citrus that turns sour after lighting. Your taste buds won’t be too overwhelmed with this strain, but you’ll find a flavour of fresh pine and citrus with a tangy sweetness that lingers on your tongue.
A decent high, but more mellow than the average buds. This CBD-rich strain brings optimism and relaxation without the heightened energy that most hybrid strains bring.
A calm high, if you will. It’s one of the hottest medicinal strains on the market and linked with aiding a long list of medical symptoms such as anxiety, chronic pain, stress, inflammation, and more severe conditions such as cerebral palsy.
Cannatonic has become the strain of choice for countless medical and recreational marijuana users alike.
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