Alaskan Thunder Fuck


Sativa Dominant Hybrid 70% Sativa / 30% Indica

THC: 16% - 23%

Amnesia Haze


Sativa Dominant Hybrid 80% Sativa / 20% Indica

THC: 20% - 22%, CBD: 1%

Blue Dream


Sativa Dominant Hybrid 60% Sativa / 40% Indica

THC: 17% - 24%, CBD: 2%, CBN: 1%

Blue Walker


Sativa Dominant Hybrid 90% Sativa / 10% Indica

CBD: 4%

Ghost Train Haze


Sativa Dominant Hybrid 80% Sativa / 20% Indica

THC: 27%

Green Crack


Sativa Dominant Hybrid 65% Sativa / 35% Indica
THC: 15% - 25%

Jack Herer


Sativa Dominant Hybrid - 55% Sativa / 45% Indica THC: 15% - 24%, CBN: 1%

Laughing Buddha


Sativa Dominant Hybrid 75% Sativa / 25% Indica

THC: 18%

How They Make You Feel

Buy Sativa Strains Online You may have heard that cannabis Sativa causes an uplifting and energetic feeling or "high," whereas Indica plants cause more of a relaxing feeling. However, the research behind this is limited.

Subjective results from a small Internet survey (95 research participants) put out by the Western University of Health Sciences may provide some insight into clinical differences between indicas and sativas. Here are some notable results from the survey of online marijuana users: Buy Cannabis Online 

  • With respect to specific medical conditions, survey respondents felt that indica helped with nonmigraine headaches, neuropathy, spasticity, seizures, joint pain, and glaucoma. Buy THC Vape Juice Online 
  • With respect to medical conditions, survey respondents expressed Sativa preference only for treating weight loss.
  • Online marijuana users expressed no difference between indica and sativa when addressing HIV infection, migraines, multiple sclerosis, cancer, muscle pain, arthritis, fibromyalgia, trauma, orthopedic problems, and other painful conditions.
  • With respect to symptoms, respondents expressed indica preference for pain management, help with sleep, help with sedation, and a "good high." Buy Thc online 
  • With respect to symptoms, respondents expressed a sativa preference for enhancing energy.
  • Researchers concluded that indicas were preferred when treating medical conditions, whereas sativas were preferred for recreational use.

Keep in mind that the findings presented in this survey are intended only to provide food for thought. Much more research in this area is needed. Because of the lack of research, people tend to rely on the Internet, friends, or dispensary personnel to learn how a sativa or indica-based product may make them feel.

Whatever you may hear, the effects can differ widely from one person to the next and can be influenced by factors such as dosage, tolerance, method of use, and added ingredients.