Am I the only one who disagrees that CBD is non-psychoactive and non-euphoric. A while back I tried Sour Tsunami (ST), which is supposed to have very high amounts of CBD and very low, almost non-existent amounts of THC. The despenserie I purchased it from claimed their particular phenotype to have only 1% THC and 17% CBD. To me, there most definitely was a psychoactive and euphoric high.
I typically go for sativas and high-THC hybrids and am well familiar with the kinds of highs they can produce. ST provided me with a definite shift in consciousness and physical sensation, completely unlike what I normally would expect from cannabis. The high was no where near as pronounced as normal; definitely subtle, but totally there.
The closest analogue I can think of is a low-potency opiod like hydrocodone. I felt drowsy but not sleepy, my limbs feeling floaty and free from gravity, yet my head felt heavy and hard to hold up. I have GAD and had absolutely no anxiety, a distinct calming effect present in my consciousness and subconscioussness. I had a tendency to nod in and out of half-sleep states; this is very common with opiates -- "the nod". I was couch-locked and had no desire to move or be productive (a big negative for me). I have compared to opiods, but I should note that it was far less potent, just definitely noticeable. The couchlock was just as severe, though.
Let's not forget the munchies. Definitely a psychoactive effect. It was stronger with this strain than any strain tried before or after.
I know my experience is non-scientific, and without testing the chemical contents of the bud myself, I can not say for certain what percentages of cannabinoids it had, but given that CBD -- a compound more potent by weight than THC -- counteracts THC and this strain is supposed to have more THC than CDB, I am fairly certain the effects I noticed were of CBD. I would also point out that my lack of anxiety itself might have seemed to be a high to me, since anxiety is such a constant in my life, but it was definitely different from "sober" so I count that as a high.
I'm just one person, but I'd love to know if there are others with similar experiences.