Indica and Sativa What’s The Difference?
There are two types of cannabis plants. To help you choose the right seeds for your needs, we have listed the differences in the origin, climate, effects, physical characteristics, and physical characteristics of Indica and Sativa cannabis. To distinguish these two distinct species of cannabis, Cannabis Indica Lam and Cannabis Sativa L. were used long ago when there was no landrace genetics in the Cannabis genome. These taxonomic terms are now shortened to Sativa or Indica. They are still confusing and misleading to casual users, new medical marijuana users, and the everyday stoner.
There are many differences between these two species: From how they look to their effects when consumed, to how they grow.
Origin of Sativa, Indica
Each subspecies of marijuana has its own adaptations. Cannabis Sativa is found in the jungles of the equatorial regions of Mexico, Thailand, Colombia, Jamaica, Colombia, Mexico, and Mexico. They get more sunlight and are not subject to seasonal changes. The Indica variety can be found in the Hindu Kush region, an area of mountains that stretches over 800 km where you will find Afghanistan, Pakistan, North India and even China. It is quite cold.
Characteristics for the Indica and Sativa plants
The height of sativa marijuana plants is approximately 3 to 5 meters. They can also be grown outdoors due to their large size. The leaves are thin and long. They flower for around 14 weeks. Although the Indica plants produce more buds than the Indica, they tend to have a greater yield and are larger in resin content. However, once dried, their weight is usually lower because they are less dense.
The Indica cannabis plants are taller than the Sativas. They reach 1 to 2 meters in height, produce fewer buds, and they are heavier and denser than the Sativas. The Indica marijuana plant has thick and short leaves. Their smell is stronger than the cannabis Sativa.
Indica/Sativa dominant hybrids
Hybrid can be confusing as anything that isn’t 100 pure landrace, which is rare today, is technically a hybrid variety. A variety that has a 70% to 30% ratio in any one of its trends is dominant. Non-dominants are those with a ratio below 70/30.
What’s Delta 8?
Cannabis contains many chemical components. Some of these cannabinoids are also known as cannabinoids. They are linked with the endocannabinoid-receptors in the body and cause a wide range of mental and physical effects. THC or delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (D9-THC) is by far the best known of these cannabinoids, but it is certainly not the only one. Delta-8-THC (D8–THC), its cousin, is also one the most commonly found cannabinoids in marijuana plants. However, there are several key differences.
THC content can vary depending on the growing conditions. It may even exceed 20 for greenhouse crops grown under controlled conditions. THC is inhaled and enters the bloodstream. It then attaches to tissues that are rich in lipids, including the brain, very lipophilicity. CB1 and CB2 receptors are the main factors that THC has an effect on humans.
(especially at the peripheral level). Although THC is not visible in blood for at least 2 to 3 hours after inhalation of the drug, recent research on animals and humans has shown that it can be detected in blood.
It remained in most brain structures for many hours. This explains why its persistence is important to the central nervous system.
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