The difference between Indica and Sativa cannabis remains a subject of debate, especially as scientists are studying this crop. Between these two strains it is difficult to choose the best cannabis strain.
So let’s put these two strain types on the scale together to find out what is the best cannabis strain.
Sativa varieties are naturally occurring in equatorial regions with a tropical climate. People often find them in South America and Central, Antilles, Southeast Asia, etc.
And Indica has a natural origin on the Hindu Kush mountain range: Afghanistan, Paskistan, India (in Kashmir), etc.
Sativa and Indica have huge differences in morphology. Therefore, you can distinguish these two strain easily.
Sativa is tall, few branches, long and narrow leaves. They are usually grown outdoors and can reach heights of up to 6 meters.
Low Indica, thick branches, wider leaves. They are usually suitable for growing indoors and in small spaces.
Sativa often has very high THC content and very low CBD content. Therefore using them will bring stimulating effects on energy and brain. They also stimulate creativity and increase social ability. Very suitable for daytime use.
From a therapeutic perspective in medicine, Sativa is well suited to improving mood, fighting fatigue and stress, easing nausea, stimulating appetite.
Cannabis Indica usually has more CBD and less THC content than Cannabis Sativa. When used they will help relax the body, causing drowsiness. That is why they are often used in the evening to relax and have a good night’s sleep.
From a medical therapy perspective, Cannabis Indica is often used to relieve pain, migraines, relax the body, fight off anxiety or for people with insomnia.
In general, Sativa and Indica are both good canabis strain and they are suitable for different purposes. In particular, Cannabis Sativa is suitable for growing outside and suitable for relaxing the mind. And Cannabis Indica is suitable for growing indoors and is ideal for reducing body fatigue.