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The major difference between Indica and Sativa strains is the flowering time, height and leaf profile. Indica strains flower in about 8 weeks whereas Sativa strains flower in 10 weeks. Sativa plants grow to be much taller because they have a tendency to stretch more toward light increasing internodal space. Due to large, wider leaf blades, sunlight received by lower growth on Indica plants is restricted, which causes these strains to generally yield less than Sativa strains.

The most well-known active ingredients of cannabis are THC and CBD. Sativas have higher THC content and are more euphoric having shorter medicinal effects ranging from 30 – 60 minutes. Indicas have higher CBD content and provides more body relaxation and medicinal effects ranging from 2 – 4 hours. To relieve most head ailments & conditions, Sativa strains can treat anxiety, headaches, depression, etc. To relive most body ailments & conditions, Indica strains can treat insomnia, nausea, muscle pain, etc. Many medical marijuana patients use Sativas during the day and Indica strains at night. Hybrid strains are popular and offer a wider range of medicinal value.

The main benefit of medicating with concentrates is the elimination of any harsh flower smoke. The smoke is caused by the plant material content of marijuana. Extracting the active ingredients of cannabis creates a variety of healthy alternative marijuana concentrates, including wax, crumble, shatter & oils. Since this type of medication is the purest form of cannabis, it’s very potent and does not require much to medicate saving patient’s money. Marijuana concentrates have become very affordable and many collectives will make it for you with the flower you cultivate!


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