The marijuana plant is comprised of two main species indices and sativa. Sativa is the marijuana plant’s main constituent. The only difference between indica and sativas is they are usually grown in more controlled environments and are generally considered safer by most government agencies. However, indices have recently become popular due to their ability to be grown in less-than ideal outdoor conditions.
Indica marijuana plants are typically smaller than sativa plants. The only noticeable difference between indica plants and sativa plants is they grow under tighter growing conditions-sometimes even under artificial lights-and are therefore more compact and less dense. Indicas are also much easier to grow in an indoor environment, though they do require more sunlight and fertilizer than sativa plants. Indicas have the ability to be used in making hash, which is an illegal drug, as well as being sold in various forms online and in various legal outlets. However, they also have their share of fans due to the effects that indicas produce.
Indicas are often known for their “highs,” but the high produced by indices may be different than that of the higher-potency strains. The high that indicas create is often described as being a tranquil state, similar to a calm afternoon of rain on a sunny day. Because of this effect, indica use has been known to relieve people of tension, headaches and other symptoms.
Indisposable indices can have a higher yield and produce higher quality buds compared to regular cannabis seeds. This is largely due to indica plants’ ability to produce more and stronger buds. A large number of indica marijuana plants can yield a higher quantity of buds than a regular marijuana plant with the same amount of time and space.
Indisposable indices are often grown for their psychoactive and mind-altering qualities. Many people believe that indica marijuana is more addictive than regular marijuana due to its ability to produce a sedation-like state when smoked. When smoked, the leaves have the ability to “lock” the brain, keeping the mind in a more relaxed and calm state for long periods of time. This, in turn, creates a feeling of comfort and relaxation for users.
Sativa plants produce an uplifting type of high. They can be found in various parts of the world and are mostly harvested in the central part of the United States and Northern Mexico. Sativa grows in large spaces and can be grown in outdoor conditions where soil is in abundance. The best places for Sativa crops include the Southwest, which is a place where soil can be plentiful and climates conducive to growing plants. This type of grower prefers the dry conditions of the desert regions of Mexico, such as the Yucatan Peninsula, and is often found growing in areas along mountains and river valleys.
Sativa grows better in rich soil with a high level of nutrients and light. Because it prefers low-maintenance, tropical-type environments, it is often found growing in Southern California and the Caribbean. It will also thrive in countries with semi-tropical climates and dry areas where humidity and soil are not a major issue. Because of their preference for low-maintenance, tropical-type habitats, Sativa plants are more difficult to grow in an indoor environment than indicas.
In general, indices are a healthier choice over sativas due to their ability to produce more potent and greater results. Both types can produce an effect similar to marijuana, but each type has its own unique personality that sets it apart from marijuana.
Indicas are grown for their psychoactive and relaxing properties. Because indica plants require less light, less maintenance, and lack the chemicals that are common in marijuana, they are often preferred over regular seeds due to the fact that they are healthier for users.
Sativas, on the other hand, are known for producing a more powerful, stimulating and uplifting high. They are typically grown for their medicinal purposes and are often grown in dry, dusty, sandy climates and have a rich soil with lots of nutrients. Because of their rich soil and lack of moisture, they need more light and nutrients to grow properly and can take much longer to develop, producing a strong and rewarding high for the user.
While both indica and sativa have their own unique qualities and characteristics, it is best to take the time and effort to research each type of plant before choosing one. It is important to choose the best option for your specific needs and lifestyle.