Facts About Sativa Cannabis Strain

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  • August 31, 2020
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Sativa Cannabis

A desire for cannabis lovers who love fruity, sharp and zest flavours with a full throttle energy to follow. This type of cannabis strains yield more than the Indica variety and with long buds allowed the smoker to enjoy a strain that could be smoked from morning until night and not be totally couch locked or demotivated.

Origin

Cannabis sativa is found primarily in hot, dry climates with long sunny days. These include Africa, Central America, Southeast Asia, and western portions of Asia.

Medical Efficacy

Sativas are uplifting and cerebral, enhancing creativity and productivity. Indicas provide what has been called a “body high,” while sativas deliver more of a “mind high.” In terms of particular ailments, sativa strains tend to be better for psychological disorders like depression, PTSD, and anxiety. Indicas are often the best for pain and inflammation.

CBD to THC Ratio

Sativa often has lower doses of CBD and higher doses of THC.

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Time to Consume

Because of its stimulating impact, you can use sativa in the daytime.

Sativa Plants

Sativas will grow tall and profusely with multiple side branching that grows as tall as the main tops. Similar to the christmas tree structure of the small squat Indica, however a much taller version with long serrated thin fingered fan leaves. The size of the plants can grow upto 150cm to 200cm, with an aroma that is fruit punch, tropical, sharp and zest, citrus and alert.

Flowering

Flowering time will be between 77 days and 90 days for a true Sativa to swell up and be ready for a harvest. Some of the original land races such as Mekong Haze have taken up to 14 weeks to finish flowering.

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