Cannabis Info

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1. Sativa -

(sə-ˈtē-və | Noun/ Adjective)


Definition: A subspecies of the cannabis plant, Cannabis sativa sativa, having a long stem and narrow leaves, often brighter green in color than its counter opposite Indica, these plants often grow taller, take longer to mature and take longer to grow. They thrive in warmer climates and typically yield a higher THC and lower CBD level than Indicas. 

Effects: Sativas are uplifting and cerebral, enhancing creativity and productivity and provide more of a "mind high" rather than a relaxing "body high" that you expect from an Indica. 


Medical Benefits: Sativas are known to help with anxiety and acts as an anti-depressant. It is used to treat chronic pains. Sativas also help with focus and creativity and are known for increasing serotonin (a neurotransmitter that's involved in regulating appetite, anxiety, mood and learning. Recommended for day time use.  






Definition: A subspecies of the cannabis plant, Cannabis sativa indica, having a short stem and broad leaves and grown primarily indoors. Unlike its counter opposite Sativa, the leaves are typically darker in color and can flower within 8 weeks

Effects: Indica strains are believed to be physically sedating, perfect for relaxing with a movie or as a nightcap before bed.  
Medical Benefits: Because of the higher levels of CBD, Indica strains are ideal for patients looking to treat symptoms such as chronic pain, muscle spasms, anxiety, nausea, appetite stimulation, and sleep deprivation.
Definition: Hybrid strains are a blend of both Indica and Sativa genetics. Depending on genetics, they can be more Sativa based or Indica based.
Effects: Effects vary per strain and are based on genetics (see Indica and Sativa effects) 
Medical Benefits: Effects vary per strain based on genetics (see Indica and Sativa benefits)