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Also with 16% CBD, ACDC is a 50-50 Sativa-Indica hybrid that is a cross between Ruderalis and Cannatonic. Patients suffering from alcohol addiction, cancers, seizures, and chronic pain have all given ACDC glowing reviews for its ability to provide relief.

Card-carrying medical marijuana patients attend a cannabis farmer’s market | Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images
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THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is the psychoactive chemical compound that produces the “high” when consuming cannabis. The higher the TCH content, the stronger the strain, in most cases. As for CBD, which stands for cannabidiol, this is the compound usually associated with medical marijuana strains. It’s not psychoactive (it won’t get you “high”), and has many medical uses. It can help people with a number of diseases and maladies, and is showing promise as an effective pharmaceutical.
A special version of Mango Haze bred to contain above-average levels of CBD, CBD Mango Haze pretty much explains itself all with its name. It contains around 15% CBD, and a fairly low 3% THC. As you may have guessed, users say it smells and tastes like mango.
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*Images note: the photos used in this piece are not of the individual strains themselves, as those are hard (if not impossible) to find.
An array of marijuana samples are seen on a table, some containing high THC and CBD levels | Chris Hondros/Getty Images

Some people are looking to party and get high. Others, to find some sort of relief. Typically, you’re going to be looking for some strong stuff, too. To get the most for your money, and to get the best results. It all comes down to the chemical composition of each individual strain, and in particular, the levels of two specific compounds: THC and CBD.

We took a look at the strongest marijuana strains out there — which have the most THC and CBD, that is — to compile this short list.