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Bio: Indica vs Sativa
If you’re new to the world of cannabis, even setting foot inside a dispensary can seem like an overwhelming thought.
Much like wine is available in red, white and blends of both, marijuana comes in three basic types: Indica, Sativa and hybrids. Each differently named variety is called a strain and falls under one of these three categories. Again, like wine, weed comes in an array of types, each with its unique high, chemical makeup and flavor profile.
These strains have names like Nuken, White Kush, Champagne Kush, Pink Star and Zelly’s Gift, to name a few. You could take a guess as to what the effects of the various marijuana strains could be, judging by the names alone. For instance, strains with the word "haze" in the names are typically predominantly Sativa, while strains with "kush" are mostly Indica.
However, you're better off finding out the difference between the two primary species of marijuana, Indica and Sativa, to narrow down your preferred strain for your needs.
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