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The main feature of the best quality Sativa marijuana weed is characterized as uplifting and energetic. Sativa high mostly affects the cerebral. When you are Sativa high, it will give you a feeling of well-being and optimism while also providing a good measure of pain relief for certain causes. Pure Sativas are also very high in THC content. They are strong and can give you an effect of spacey or hallucinogenic effect. Sativas are the best for daytime smoking.
Genuine Quality Sativa Weed
High-grade Sativa marijuana varies in its heights, they can grow from a height of 6ft to 25ft. But most of the Sativa grow in the range of 8ft to 12ft. The leaves of Sativa are thin and long-fingered and are light green.
Appearance and Smell
The buds of marijuana weed strains are long and thin and are far less densely populated than the Indica. But they are longer and also sometimes stretch 3ft in or more along the branch. The main portion of the flowering bud can change to slightly purple in a cool environment and are red and dark orange in a warmer environment.
Sativa Weed Strains
Sativa marijuana weed strains are characterized as uplifting and energetic. Sativa high mostly affects the cerebral. When you are Sativa high, it gives you a feeling of being perfectly fine and optimistic while also providing a good measure of pain relief for some specific causes. Pure Sativas are also very high in THC content. They are powerful and can give you an effect of spacey or hallucinogenic. Sativas are good for daytime smoking. In Sativa plants, THC is higher and CBD is lower as compared to the Indica plants. This means that the Sativa strain will give people an energetic type of high and more clear head as compared to the Indica marijuana plants.
Some people believe that Sativa marijuana gives them a euphoric head high, whereas Indica marijuana gives them a body high (tingly pins and needles feeling). While others feel different altogether.
Note: Different strains of marijuana products tend to affect people differently. Each person’s experiences of the effects of marijuana intoxication seem to be different. They are also divided into different groups (or “types of stoners”, by which people commonly know them).