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The difference between Indica vs Sativa – Marijuana Leaf Example

Indica vs Sativa Cont’d….

Sativas are opposite of Indicas. They are taller, thinner plants, with much narrower leaves. They tend to grow a lighter green in color. They grow very quickly and its not uncommon for them to reach heights of 16 feet in a single growing season! In optimum growing conditions they can outgrow bamboo! Sativa plants take on a somewhat gangly look compared to Indica breeds. They can take longer to germinate and flower to full maturity than Indicas. Sativa strains have less chlorophyll and more accessory pigments than Indicas. This helps protect the plant from excessive sunlight exposure. As a result,growing out to full maturity can take longer…anywhere from 10-16 weeks. Sativas will enjoy all the light/lumens you can throw at them. These traits are well suited for outdoor growing.
Sativa yield is usually lower than Indica, but its high is very potent. Sativa’s higher THC than CBD equals cerebral, heady, soaring type of highs. Generally energetic and can stimulate brain activity and may lead to hallucinations.
Cannabis Sativa is native to South East Asia. It is also cultivated in Thailand, North, Central and South America, Europe and North and Central Africa.
Major producers include Mexico,Brazil,Paraguay,Colombia,Peru, New Zealand and Arabia. The Indian variety is cultivated in the Orient, Asia and North Africa.
Flavors range from earthy to sweet and fruity.

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