Recently, these three strains of cannabis have been found to help people suffering from neuropathy by relieving some of the symptoms associated with the disorder. Afghan Kush is one of the most resinous varieties on Earth, known for producing incredible “charas” and Afghani black hashish. The plant shows a very strong traditional indica structure with large, wide, dark green leaves and thick, blunt-topped nugs.
White Widow weed is laden with frosty, bright crystals that glisten and gleam the minute any source of light hits the nuggets. Underneath that snow-covered first blanketed layer, however, glimpses can be seen of fat sage-green buds stacked up together in tall colas, ready to be cut apart and trimmed down for the world’s best smoke. Jack Flash While sharing qualities with both the pre and post-grind aroma, the flavor just fell short of those heights, giving more of a lightly sweet and floral, creamy orange flavor on the inhale, and a sharper more haze-like and spicy exhale. The flush seemed well-done, as the final ash was a fluffy light gray and white, and the smoke was very smooth throughout the experience.
1. White Widow is a great pain-relieving strain to help you take on the day.
2. Afghan Kush is a heavy indica and will have you relaxed in no time.
3. Jack Flash will help you stay pain-free, clear-headed and uplifted throughout your daily routine.
Research already shows that marijuana is effective in treating a number of medical conditions like chronic pain, nausea from chemotherapy and symptoms of multiple sclerosis. Additionally, many studies show benefits for patients with epilepsy and post-traumatic stress disorder, but there’s just not enough examination and analysis to provide definitive conclusions.
Symptoms depend on the number and types of nerves affected.