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4 Cannabis Strains You Should not Consume Before Bedtime

4 Cannabis Strains You Should not Consume Before Bedtime

There is no doubt that many people use cannabis to treat their medical conditions. Especially since the legalization of cannabis the trend of cannabis use among Americans has grown rapidly. Be it epilepsy, cancer, HIV, anxiety, PTSD, insomnia, or depression, the medicinal world of marijuana is becoming famous day by day. Most people either get a medical marijuana growers license or just a medical marijuana recommendation to get the desired strain. For instance, if you live in Palmdale, you can get a medical marijuana grower license in Palmdale and grow the strain that helps you sleep.  However, you have to be careful with medical marijuana use, just like you are careful with the use of pharmaceuticals. Especially if you are consuming medical cannabis right before bedtime. You have to make sure that you take the right type and kind of strain because choosing the wrong strain can keep you wide awake all throughout the night. This is why we have made a list for you that will help you learn which strains not good for bedtime use. 

Durban Poison

Durban Poison originates from South Africa and it is a pure Sativa strain with psychoactive effects. If you ever come across this strain you will realize that it can uplift your boys and give you an extra push of energy. Durban Poison gives you a clear high and some even use it before going to the gym. So, this means that if you consume this strain with earthy undertones before going to bed, you are likely to stay awake all night. This also indicates that it is better if you consume the strain in the day to help you stay energized all day long. 

Sour Diesel

A popular strain with 90% Sativa genes, this is the best way to define Durban Poison. Although it’s lineage still remains a secret and the only thing that we know about the strain is a cross between Super Skunk and Chemdawg 91.  In addition to this, it also has hints of pungent flavor and fuel-like aroma. Most of the users who consume Sour Diesel are of the view that it provides an energetic high and the high can last for quite a long time. In case you feel fatigued all day, Sour Diesel might be the strain for you but not for individuals who are looking forward to getting a good night’s sleep. 

Casey Jones

This is probably my least favorite strain on the list because it definitely does not help people sleep properly. Casey Jones is also a 90% Sativa with THC content as high as 15 to 22 percent. Most patients use Casey Jones to bring about the change in their mood or for alleviating the symptoms of a few medical conditions. However, as I mentioned earlier, don’t forget to get an evaluation first. If you reside in Palmdale, go to a Palmdale 420 doctor and see if you have a qualifying condition for marijuana use.  Having said that let us see why this strain is not good before bedtime use. Basically, Casey jones is a three-way cross between, Trainwreck, Sour Diesel and Thai. It exudes fruit-like aroma and has 15 to 22% THC content. Possible side effects include paranoia and dizziness. So, definitely not a good strain to be consumed right before bedtime. 


The original ‘haze’ hails from different locations – South American, Mexican, South Indian, and Thai. Just like the afore-mentioned strains this strain also has Sativa characteristics and those characteristics can help you improve your mood. medical marijuana However, ensure that you consume Haze to complete an exhausting to-do list as it produces a great cerebral high. Additionally, it is also advised that you should avoid its descendants. These include Lemon Haze, Moonshine Haze, Purple Haze, and Super Silver Haze.  Now, that you are aware of the four worse cannabis strains for bedtime use, keep this list in your mind and then consult a doctor in your city or a marijuana expert to make the most of THC and CBD rich strains. Also, if you are looking for strains effective in the treatment of PTSD. Don’t forget to check out our blog and make sure you examine the characteristics of a strain each time you go for a purchase. 

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A medical cannabis enthusiast who loves to read and write about the herb. Even after spending more than a decade in the industry, he has the zeal to learn of a teenager.