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Along with Indica and Sativa, hybrid marijuana strains play a huge part in the diversity that makes up the world of cannabis plants. Understanding the characteristics and benefits of hybrid cannabis can help consumers tailor their recreational experience, as well as choose better medicine for particular illnesses and ailments
What Is Hybrid Marijuana?
Hybrid cannabis plants are a combination of Indica and Sativa strains. While discussions about types of cannabis tend to focus on the differences between Sativa and indica, these only examine one part of the picture. In fact, most marijuana strains found today aren’t pure Sativa or pure Indica. Typically, they will be indica- or Sativa-dominant hybrids, and sometimes they’ll be an equal mix of both kinds of cannabis.
Indica vs Sativa 101
To understand what effects (or type plant) a particular hybrid strain is likely to create, it’s helpful to know the differences between Indica and Sativa. The characteristics of Indica and Sativa marijuana strains make a big difference to recreational consumers who would like to guide the type of high they receive, as well as medical marijuana users who need to target specific symptoms.
Indica cannabis is known for its sedating, relaxing effects. The strongest of these strains are even known to cause “couch-lock,” a condition where the body feels heavy and the person simply wants to sit or lie down until the high has worn off. Indica strains are often recommended for those who suffer from anxiety, as well as people who have muscle pain or spasms.
Growers also value Sativa cannabis plants for their signature characteristics. Indicas tend to grow shorter than their Sativa counterparts. In addition to this, the plants are bushy and the leaves tend to grow close together.
Meanwhile, Sativa cannabis stimulates and uplifts. Sativa strains are often used to boost focus and productivity. They’re ideal for people who struggle with ADHD or depression. Indica and Sativa strains both have pain-relieving qualities.