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Is Indica or Sativa Better for Your Symptoms?

There are dozens of variations in the effects of different marijuana strains. For this reason, most dispensaries break the medicinal benefits down into two categories: Indica and Sativa. This makes it much easier for consumers to choose the strain that will help treat their symptoms most effectively. Is Indica or Sativa better for treating your symptoms? Take a look at the breakdown, below, for a better understanding of which may be right for you!

Indica or Sativa: The Breakdown

Indica

Indica strains usually contain a higher THC Level. THC is the compound that produces the classic marijuana high. It often causes a feeling of drowsiness or “couch-lock.” For this reason, this category of marijuana is better used at night time. It will produce a body high, making you feel extremely relaxed. Indica acts not only as a sedative, but  works to relieve feelings of anxiety, pain and nausea, as well.

Sativa

Sativa strains typically contain a higher level of CBD. This makes them an excellent choice for daytime use, because they will produce a cerebral high, increasing positivity and relieving depression. CBD-heavy strains will energize you, as well as enhance focus and creativity. Sativa also can act as an appetite stimulant, making it a great option for cancer patients and those suffering from eating disorders.

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We hope that this has cleared a few things up for you! While there will always be a budtender at the local dispensary that can answer any questions that you may have, it’s always good to have a basic knowledge of the strains beforehand.

The main thing that you need to know when you head to the dispensary is that the concentration of THC and CBD will play a huge role in how it affects you. Remember, THC strains will produce a high. CBD strains will not. If you’re a first time user, take it easy on the THC!

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