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Sativa, Indica, and Hybrid – 3 Types for You

01 Apr Sativa, Indica, and Hybrid – 3 Types for You

When the word Marijuana comes up, most people assume it means couch potato, munchies, and a good night sleep. What many veteran and non-veteran smokers don’t realize is that there are actually different strains of Marijuana that produce different types of highs.

Sativa, Indica, and Hybrid are the three big names you need to know. They produce different results and are even prescribed for different ailments. So what’s the difference?


Artists, this one’s for you. Sativa is best referred to as a “cerebral high,” meaning creativity! Unlike Indica, Sativa gives you energy and uplifting creative thoughts. If you’re a painter or artist of any kind, go crazy and get those good vibes going.

Sativa is medically prescribed for psychological issues like Depression, ADD, and Mood Disorders.

It is reported to have an earthy or grass like taste to it and grows beautifully outside.


Pizza lovers, this is your jam. Indica is known for the couch-potato effect due to full body relaxation. It has a happy and euphoric effect that is paired perfectly with the desire to binge watch the new season of Adventure Time online.

Indica is medically prescribed for pain and insomnia. Cancer, Chronic Pain, and Headaches are just a few ailments tackled by this specific Marijuana Strain.

Indica is reported to have a sweet or sour taste and grows best inside.


This is, you guessed it, a hybrid of the two. It’s grown to treat illnesses in a more specific way. Anxiety and Depression? A hybrid would be perfect. The uplifting effects of Sativa and relaxation of Indica make this option a homerun.

Regardless of your preferences, I think we can all thank the God’s, Aliens, or Evolution for the beloved Marijuana Plant. Looking for more info? Check out this awesome link for pictures and scientific breakdowns.

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