THC Talk: Sativa Marijuana Explained
Welcome to another addition of THC talk. Today we’re all about sativas! Mornings can be a drag. sometimes it is nice to have some extra energy to get the job done. We’ve always known coffee can offer a good source of energy, but did you know Cannabis does too? Marijuana has three types of strains. Sativa, Indica, and Hybrid. This blog will be exploring the effects of sativa strains. Typically, sativas leave the individual feeling energized, uplifted, and stimulated cerebrally.
Recently we discussed Sativa vs Indica, and did a deep dive into Indica Strains. Today, however, is all Sativa. The sour, skunky energy that helps the day go by. The benefits of sativa cannabis can be easily seen. The individual is left feeling:
These are a few common experiences that keep Sativa smokers coming back. The experiences are great for daytime use but it pairs well with doing daily tasks/chores. Marijuana can naturally provide the energetic/clarity boost most people seek in the morning. Imagine your body is a car, sativa cannabis is like giving the pedal a little extra gas. The more sativa marijuana you use, the further down the gas pedal is being pressed. This is great for someone who has a creative or high energy lifestyle.
Sativas pair well with daytime use and are known for leaving the smoker uplifted, energetic and euphoric. This can help with regulating mood, help with problem solving, anxiety, lack of sleep and much more. The benefits can be felt in everyday life or to deal with a specific event. If a person is drinking several cups of coffee to get through the day, then why not look at a natural source of energy? Everyone could benefit from cannabis in their life.
Sativa plants usually are 8-15 feet tall and take between 10-16 weeks to fully mature. THC levels are typically higher in sativas than indicas (this isn’t always the case), which is why they are more of a heady daytime high. Indica plants are known for the heavy, body feeling. Don’t forget to check out our THC talk for Indica if you have more questions.
Now that we’ve reviewed sativas and indicas our next THC Talk will be about Hybrids. Leave a comment with your favorite sativa, india and hybrid strains. Don’t forget to check out our online menu!