Indica and Sativa refer to the two main types of canna flowers.
Indica and Sativa have distinct differences. However, each of these Flowers has its unique value in the medical and recreational fields. You should know the difference between these strains in order to be guided by the genotypes of many hybrids on the market. It is useful to understand what can be expected from a particular hybrid, in which the genes of Indica and Sativa are present in a certain ratio.
What is the difference between Sativa and Indica? The main features that make it possible to distinguish one subspecies of weed from another are the following:
Origin. Sativa naturally grows in the equatorial and tropical climate. The plant is often found in the natural conditions of Colombia, Mexico, Thailand, and some African countries.
Indica occurs mainly from mountainous areas. The most suitable climatic conditions for the plant are in Morocco, Nepal, Afghanistan, and Turkey.
Size. Sativa is always much higher than its sister-Indica. Even cultivation in the closed ground allows the Sativa plants to grow up to 6 feet high, while the height of the Indica plants rarely exceeds the three-foot barrier.
Effect. Effect made by Sativa is really "unique". It is like a good wine, it only gets better with time. When stored under the right conditions, it will produce the desired cerebral effect even in a year or two after manufacturing. As for the indications, due to sedative effect and analgesic effect, it finds wide application in medicine and is also used as relaxing recreational means.
Taste. The variety of tastes and flavors that Sativa strain gives is amazing: from fruit-berry to pungent and musky, as sharp as the smell of ammonia. Some variations of Indica strain also have a pleasant fruit taste, but more often its taste is sharp and peculiar.
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There are a huge number of hybrid types that differ in their characteristics and properties. As a rule, there is a predominance of one or another sort of hybrids. But these characteristics can manifest themselves in different degrees.
The cleanest are hybrids of the first generation obtained by the first hybridization. Further, various characteristics inherent in the parent varieties are lost, and the plant itself becomes more susceptible to environmental influences. Therefore, hybrids of the second and third generation are less common. In addition, they require complex care.
Clean varieties are also found, but much less frequently. The quality of a particular plant is influenced by the ratios of Sativa strains and also Indica strains in the genotype. Both types of flowers are valuable in their own way.Now its time to buy weed online in Canada.