Indica vs Sativa

Indica vs Sativa, all what you have to know about these two strains. Generally, There are three forms of weed; Indica, Sativa and hybrid. In this blog you will know the real difference between Sativa strains – which we sell at top quality – and Indica strains as well. Pure Sativa strains vs Pure Indica strains. We cannot talk about these two strains without mentioning The Hybrid strains.

Each strain has it’s own range of effects on the body and mind resulting in a wide range of medicinal benefits. Indica strains generally provide a sense of deep body relaxation. Sativa strains tend to provide a more energizing experience.

What’s the difference between Indica Strains & Sativa Strains

Sativa Strains

Sativa strains grow tall and thin with narrow leaves. Sativa plants are also generally a lighter shade of green than their counterpart, the Indica strain. Sativa strains take longer to grow, mature, and require more light. Medicine produced from cannabis Sativa plants have lower CBD and higher THC counts.

The major qualities of Sativa medicinal strains include:

  • anti-anxiety
  • anti-depressant
  • treats chronic pain
  • increases focus and creativity
  • increases serotonin (a neurotransmitter involved in the regulation of learning, mood, sleep, anxiety and appetite)
  • for day time use

Best Sativa strains we have

Alaskan thunder fuck, Durban poison, Green crack, Gushers

Indica Strains

Typically, cannabis Indica plants are short, bushy plants with wide leaves. Indica plants typically grow faster and have a higher yield than the sativa variety. Medicine produced from cannabis Indica plants have higher CBD and lower THC counts.

The major qualities of Indica medicinal strains include:

  • increased mental relaxation
  • muscle relaxation
  • decreases nausea
  • decreases acute pain
  • increases appetite
  • increases dopamine (a neurotransmitter that helps control the brain’s reward and pleasure centers)
  • for night time use

Best Sativa strains we have

AURORA, BANANA KUSH, BLACK MAMBA STRAIN, CANDY CANE…

Sativa vs indica strains chart

Sativa and Indica contain dozens of cannabinoids, the chemical compounds responsible for easing pain, reducing inflammation, or fighting off cancer cells. THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol) are the most studied and well-known.

The ratio of THC to CBD plays a significant role in the effects experienced by patients. Indica strains typically have more THC than CBD, according to research published in the American Journal of Botany. This explains why Indica delivers a more sedating effect, and preferred for night-time use. Sativa strains also tend to contain more THC, but by contrast, Sativas tend to produce alertness, energy, and an uplifting effect that gets your mind moving.

With medical marijuana legalized in more than half of the United States (and counting), more people have the opportunity to make informed decisions regarding the type and strain of cannabis they purchase. Below you’ll find a quick reference on the morphology, symptom relief, and effects of Sativa vs Indica.

Sativa vs indica

Cannabis testing regulations

As cannabis laws change and more states legalize marijuana for medical and recreational purposes, there is an increased need for standardized testing regulations, which currently vary from state to state.

Modern Canna provides a full range of cannabis testing services, giving patients and their providers reliable data on terpene profiles and cannabinoid levels. To learn more about our Florida medical marijuana testing laboratory, we invite you to browse our Cannabis Testing Resources & Information page.

One Reply to “Indica vs Sativa”

  1. RSO is very useful for people requiring really high doses of CBD and/or THC. You can put some RSO in a gel cap and take that, you can eat it as is (tastes pretty bad) or even make edibles it of it. Think of it as a massive dose edible, a 1g seringe with, say, 85% THC is 850mg THC ($50-80 per seringe). You’d need to spend a lot more in normal edibles (chocolates, gummies, etc…) to get the same amount of THC/CBD.

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