Sativa

Sativa dominant marijuana strains tend to have a more grassy type odor to the buds providing an uplifting, energetic and cerebral effect that is best suited for daytime smoking. Sativa results in creativity and energy. Sativa can spark new ideas and creations. Many artists take advantage of the creative powers of cannabis sativa (marijuana) to create.

Benefits of Sativa:

  1. Feelings of well-being and at-ease
  2. Up-lifting and cerebral thoughts
  3. Stimulates and energizes
  4. Increases focus and creativity
  5. Fights depression.

Sativas originally come from Colombia, Mexico, Thailand and Southeast Asia. Sativas have flavors that range from earthy to sweet and fruity. Sativas have a higher THC than CBD count which equals a more cerebral, soaring type of medical effect. Sativas  are good for digestion, appetite stimulation and creativity. Sativa is known to achieve an energetic and uplifting effect. Sativas can be very beneficial for people with depression and anxiety.

Sativas We Offer

Indica

The medical effectiveness of Indicas are for overall pain relief and is often used to treat insomnia. Medical marijuana Indica buds are most commonly smoked by patients in the evening or right before bedtime. Sleepiness and a tiredness is the feeling from any strain of medical indica canibus. The effect produced from smoking medical Indica canubus is a strong physical body high that will make you sleepy or ‘couch-locked’ and provides a deep relaxation. Indicas generally create a bodily sensation that is relaxing and medicinal.

Benefits of Indica:

  1. Relieves body pain
  2. Relaxes muscles
  3. Relieves spasms, reduces seizures
  4. Relieves headaches and migraines
  5. Relieves anxiety or stress.

Indica has higher CBD than THC equals a much heavier, sleepy type of relaxation, that is good for a variety of medical problems. Indicas originally come from the hash producing countries of the world like Afghanistan and Morocco. Indicas will be thick and dense, with flavors and aromas ranging from pungent skunk to spicy and fruity.

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Indicas We Offer

Hybrids

Marijuana strains range from pure sativas to pure indicas and hybrid strains consisting of both indica and sativa (30% indica – 70% sativa, 50% – 50% combinations, 80% indica – 20% sativa). Because Sativa and Indica buds have very different medicinal benefits and effects, certain strains can be targeted to better treat specific illnesses.

Hybrids are created to retain certain desired characteristics from Indica and Sativa plants. By altering the ratio of sativa and indica influences, growers can breed hybrids for a certain medicinal effect, flavor, and aroma. Most marijuana varieties available today are hybrids as they bring together the best of both Indica and Sativa marijuana characteristics. Hybrids are created by crossing and breeding different strains to create a new strain. Uplifting high with a comfortably numb feel.

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Hybrids We Offer

  • El Aqua Mist
  • Tahoe OG
  • White Widow

From Wikipedia

Cannabis sativa has a higher level of THC compared to CBD, while Cannabis indica has a higher level of CBD compared to THC. Cannabisstrains with relatively high CBD:THC ratios are less likely to induce anxiety than vice versa. This may be due to CBD’s antagonistic effects at the cannabinoid receptors, compared to THC’s partial agonis teffect. CBD is also a 5-HT1Areceptor (serotonin) agonist, which may also contribute to an anxiolytic-content effect. This likely means the high concentrations of CBD found inCannabis indicamitigate the anxiogenic effect of THC significantly. The effects of sativaare well known for its cerebral high, while indicais well known for its sedative effects which some prefer for night time use. Both types are used as medical cannabisIndicaplants are normally shorter and stockier than sativas. They have wide, deeply serrated leaves and a compact and dense flower cluster. The effects ofindicas are predominantly physical and sedative.

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