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Marijuana plants are classified into three major types: Sativa, Indica and Hybrid. These classifications represent differences in the plant’s structure and chemical properties, and thus the type of high a user experiences. Within these three main strain classifications we are presented with an astonishing array of creatively named strain varieties each with unique properties that have been created through years of breeding and genetic manipulation.
To tailor your experience, you should know the basic differences between Cannabis Sativa and Cannabis Indica.
Sativa strains have a higher THC:CBD cannabinoid ratio. The effects are known to be uplifting, energetic and cerebral, and best suited for day time use. Sativa plants morphology (or appearance) is distinguished as tall, loosely branched with long, narrow and lighter green leaves with a longer flowering cycle. Sativa strains originated in equatorial countries and thrive in warmer weather.
Indica strains have a higher CBD:THC cannabinoid ratio. The effects are known to be relaxing and calming, and are often referred to as an ‘In-di-couch’ experience best suited for the evening. Indica plants morphology is distinguished as short and bushy with wide, fat darker green leaves, and has a shorter flowering cycle with higher yields. Indica strains originated in the Middle East, thought to be in the Hindu Kush region near Afghanistan, and thrive in cooler environments.
Hybrids have evolved from cross-breeding Sativa and Indica strains to create Hybrid strains with varying levels of characteristics from each. Hybrids range along the spectrum of Indica and Sativa based on its inherited traits. The specific strain and batch will specify its percentages of Sativa and Indica characteristics so you know what type of effects you may experience.