The most significant issue I face with medical cannabis is tolerance. My tolerance gets consistently stronger by the week, which makes it difficult to get the desired effects I want out of the plant (I primarily use cannabis to help with insomnia).

Since I have built up this tolerance, I have been on the search for the more powerful strains.

Typically, I look for heavy sedating indicas because they help me fall asleep the best. After researching countless strains, I finally stumbled across MedReleaf’s, Eran Almog. It was like striking gold.

I was initially shocked by how potent this strain was. With THC levels reaching a height of near 27%, Eran Almog did not disappoint.

Most nights, I vaporize around two to four bowls of bud, but with Eran Almog, one is all I need.

This strain practically solved my tolerance issue and helped me dramatically reduce my intake of cannabis. I admit I was worried that my tolerance would quickly adapt to this strain. However, I have been using it for over a month and the effects have yet to decrease.

This worked out great because I could conserve my medication for longer periods of time, which meant I was also spending less money.

Above everything else, the main reason I love this strain is for the effect it has on me.

The best way I can describe Eran Almog is by comparing it to a warm, cosy blanket. I find it puts me on a level where I can just close my eyes, relax, and drift off to sleep. Within the first couple of puffs, I can already feel a heavy wave of sedation.

My racing thoughts quickly melt away, and my eyelids become extremely heavy. It usually only takes me a few minutes to fall asleep after vaping a bowl (which is an insomniac’s dream). I find I also wake up feeling rejuvenated and ready to go. This is a huge benefit of Eran Almog because a lot of strains tend to make me feel groggy and slow in the morning.

Overall, I recommend this strain to anyone who has troubles with their tolerance or sleeping. Be warned, however, this incredibly potent strain is not for the faint of heart. Start low and go slow!

— Matt Paish, Marketing and Communications Coordinator

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