Sativa vs Indica

Sativa Vs Indica- What's the Difference?

Stepping up to the counter at a dispensary for the first time can be quite an experience. The initial excitement of seeing the products up close soon gives way to the daunting task of actually selecting something that truly suits your needs.


There are two primary types of Cannabis: Sativa and Indica.

They have different genetic characteristics because they originally came from different parts of the world. Both types have important medicinal properties but there are important differences between their effects which may determine which choice will work best for the needs of an individual.

Sativa strains tend to produce a more cerebral effect, which impacts mood and emotion. These strains are popular for increasing energy levels, improving focus, and combatting depression. Sativa strains are often recommended for daytime use because many people find them helpful for providing symptom relief without interfering with daily activities.

Indica strains tend to provide a physical effect, which can be felt throughout the body. These strains are commonly used for reducing pain, relieving muscle tension, increasing relaxation, and helping people rest. Indica strains are often recommended for nighttime use because many people find them helpful for promoting sleep.

There are also hybrid strains. These “best of both worlds” strains offer a balance between the benefits of both types.

Understanding the difference between Sativas, Indicas and hybrids is important. so make sure check out InstaLeaf to find a Cannabis strain that are right for you and your needs.


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