Helps Treat: Fatigue, Lack of Appetite, Unhappiness, Lack of Focus
Helps Treat: Pain, Depression, Muscle Spasm, Migraines, Stress, Nausea, Skin Conditions
Helps Treat:, Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Lack of Creativity, Low Sexual Drive
Helps Treat:, Insomnia, Depression, Stress, Anxiety, Migraines, Nerve Agitation
Indica: Generally these plants originated in the Middle East and Asia and include both of the famous kush and Afghan lineages. Compared to their sativa counterparts, the plants are shorter, bushier and have more compact flower structure. This species tends to produce more relaxing physical effects and can have a sedative quality.
Indica Dominant Hybrid: A plant that is genetically a cross between one or more separate strains of cannabis, but that retain primarily Indica genetics. Hybrids can happen unintentionally, but they are usually bred specifically to combine desired traits of the original plants. Most cannabis on the market today is some form of hybrid.
Sativa Dominant Hybrid: A plant that is genetically a cross between one or more separate strains of cannabis, but that retain primarily Sativa genetics. Hybrids can happen unintentionally, but they are usually bred specifically to combine desired traits of the original plants. Most cannabis on the market today is some form of hybrid.
Sativa: Generally these are plants that originate from areas such as South America, the Caribbean, Africa, and Thailand. These strains tend to grow taller as plants (usually over 5 feet), are lighter in color and take longer to flower. When consumed, sativas tend to produce more cerebral effects as opposed to physical and sedative ones.
THC%: THC is an abbreviation for tetrahydrocannabinol. It is the most well-known and most abundantly available cannabinoid in marijuana plants. THC is also the component in marijuana that is responsible for the psychoactive effects, or the “high.” Research has shown THC to be an effective medical treatment for a range of conditions. Plants who have higher percentages of THC will produce more intense psycoactive active effects.
CBD%: CBD is the abbreviation for cannabidiol, one of the at least 85 cannabinoids found in cannabis and the second only to THC when it comes to average volume. Recently, CBD has gained support for its use as a medical treatment as research has shown it effectively treats pain, inflammation, and anxiety without the psychoactive effects (or the “high” feeling) associated with THC. High CBD strains are more likely provide restorative medical benefits to the patient.