Indica Cannabis Indica strains produce effects that are relaxing and narcotic-like, typically providing a full-body, or “couch-locked” effect. This makes Cannabis Indica strains ideal for chronic pain, muscle spasms, anxiety, nausea, appetite stimulation, and sleep deprivation. Individuals who suffer from diseases like multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, lupus, sleep apnea and insomnia tend to benefit from the therapeutic effects of Cannabis Indica.
Sativa Cannabis Sativa strains are known to produce an uplifting and cerebral high that is typically very energizing and stimulating. These strains of cannabis typically cause patients to analyze the human experience and think creatively, which makes Cannabis Sativa very popular among philosophers, artists, writers, and musicians.
Hybrid There are a wide range of cannabis strains in between Indica and Sativa. These strains are known as “Hybrids” and show traits directly related to the genetics in its lineage. Hybrids can be broken down into three basic categories: Sativa-dominant Hybrids Indica-dominant Hybrids 50/50 Hybrids
Extracts Cannabis concentrates, commonly referred to as cannabis extracts, are significantly more potent than your standard cannabis buds. Their applications as medicine have proven to be effective for patients suffering from all sorts of ailments. When made properly, a cannabis concentrate is reminiscent of the cannabis strain it was extracted from; the smell, taste, and effects are simply magnified due to a larger concentration by weight.
Edibles Any edible product that contains THC. Some of the most common edibles include brownies, cookies, space cake, and firecrackers. Although it varies from person to person, edibles tend to result in a much more intense and longer-lasting high than smoking. After consuming an edible, it generally takes 45-60 minutes (sometimes longer, again, it depends upon the individual) for one to start feeling the effects.
CBD-THC-CBN- There’s been much debate over CBD oils derived from hemp vs. CBD oils derived from cannabis flowers. The primary difference between cannabis and hemp is the THC levels are much lower in that of hemp, and the CBD levels are naturally higher in hemp than they are in cannabis.