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Indica Explained


Sativa is also from the same plant family Cannabaceae

it is an annual as well if left in its own habitat. Sativa origins can be traced to South East Asia, Thailand, Mexico, Colombia the climate for these are very warm and humid.

What The Plant Looks Like

Sativa can grow very tall and thin, they have narrow leaves that are light green. Its not ideal for growing indoors, if you do it has to be watched very carefully as it can reach up to 20ft in one season.

Flowering Time

Varies with the genetics: 10-16weeks.

Outdoor Harvest

Varies with different strains. October to December

Aroma & Taste

Varies from strain to strain. Honey, spicy, woody, sweet, diesel, pine, citrus, mango, berries, cranberry & lemon.


Varies from strain to strain. Clean, clear, euphoric and active, happy, positive, can be psychedelic (varies from strain), cerebral, accelerated, uplifting, energizing, able to function and do day-to-day jobs. Best for day time use.


Muscle relaxant, anxiety, insomnia, pain relief, anti-inflammatory, headaches & migraines, ocular relief, nausea/vomiting, stimulates appetite, reduces seizures, Anorexia, cachexia seen in HIV/AIDS (any immune system related illness), depression, diabetes, Multiple sclerosis, ALS (slows the progression), analgesia, saliva reduction, Parkinson’s disease, Schizophrenia, Crohn’s, Colitis, liver fibrogenesis, bronchio-dilator (Asthma, hayfever), Hepatitis, anti-oxidative, Fibromyalgia, Alzheimer's, Rheumatoid arthritis, PTSD, Epilepsy, Cancer & its treatments. Many more are being discovered annually


Spider Mites, Mildrew, Botrytis, Mould & Pests