Interest in CBD in general surged this year, ushering folks weary of THC's psychoactive components into the wonderful world of cannabis. Israel's first medical marijuana supplier Tikun Olam (Hebrew for "repair the world") developed this strain that has almost no THC at all – one percent at most – but a whopping 18 percent CBD. In fact, most people won't even feel stoned after smoking or vaping. This makes Avidekel more accessible to those who are not at all interested in a heady high – it's just the body, making the strain less intimidating and paving the way to instant relaxation. The indica-dominant is an antidote to insomnia for many, but Avidekel also treats digestive issues and inflammation. It's been called the most potent type of medical marijuana, and took home two awards from the 2017 Canadian Cannabis Awards: first place in both Top High-CBD Flower and Top High-CBD oil.