Introducing Kindred 3:1 Ratio Capsules

We’ve gotten a lot of great feedback about our 1:1 ratio capsules so we thought we’d offer a new formulation for you all to try.

Our new 3:1 Relief Capsules are formulated with 3 parts CBD, 1 part THC. Higher CBD ratio strains are ideal for patients who want the medicinal benefits of cannabis but aren’t looking to get high. This higher CBD ratio tends to eliminate THC’s effects like anxiety, paranoia and euphoria.

Available in a bottle of ten 20mg capsules.

What is a CBD:THC Ratio?

You’ve likely come across different CBD:THC ratios when searching for certain strains and edibles, but do you know what they mean? 

Instead of thinking of a dose in the form of percentages or milligrams, ratios are now becoming more important as a way for individuals to determine how to use the herb for its healing powers. The optimal CBD:THC ratio will vary from person to person depending on their individual physiology, medical conditions, and cannabis tolerance. The two primary cannabinoids, CBD and THC, contain valuable and distinct medicinal attributes and when you take them together or individually, they will have different effects on your body and mind.

About THC & CBD

CBD and THC are the cannabis plant’s most dominant cannabinoids, because of this, the bulk of today’s research is focused on the ratios of each. However, our understanding of cannabinoid ratios is still in its early stages, each cannabinoid’s medical and therapeutic properties are quite distinct even from strain to strain within the cannabis genome.

THC generally functions as an:
Antiemetic
Anti-inflammatory
Analgesic
It also provides you with a “high” sensation.


CBD also shares the above THC traits. However, at the same time, it functions as an:
Anti-anxiety
Anti-seizure
Antipsychotic
However, CBD doesn’t produce a “high” sensation like THC.

What we do know is Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and Cannabidiol (CBD) differ in the way their molecules act on cannabinoid receptors in the brain. THC binds with the CB1 receptor and CBD binds with the CB2 receptor while also blocking CB1 receptors from binding with THC. This is why CBD decreases some of THC’s effects, like anxiety and paranoia, as well as THC’s psychoactive high. With a higher CBD ratio in a strain, the THC’s effects are so mild, patients hardly notice them.

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