Differences between indica vs. sativa
There’s a lot of talk in Canada about marijuana today. Canada has always had a high population of smokers - pun intended - but with legalization on the way and the stigma reduced-- more and more Canadians are talking about their cannabis use -more Canadians are starting to buy medical marijuana online - first through LPs where they can buy weed legally online, and then they discover other ways to buy medical marijuana online.
There are hundreds of strains - different kinds of cannabis. More are being named and created all the times as plant geneticists mix one strain with another to find the best of both. People are talking about indicas, about sativas...Even some regular smokers may be confused as to the difference.
CannaClub, Canada’s leading cannabis delivery and mail order service, has put together this little tutorial to clear up the confusion. There are three kinds of cannabis : indica, sativa, and hybrids.
Know more about indica dominant hybrid strain
Indica is often jokingly referred to as “indi-couch,” a play on words HIGHlighting the “couchlock” factor. These strains are for those with high tolerance, and generally recommended for night time use. Medical users often report that indicas and indica dominant hybrid strains are most useful for effective pain relief and as a sleeping aid. These are the strains to avoid if you’re doing something that requires strict concentration - you probably don’t want to be operating heavy machinery on a strong indica! GrandDaddy Purple, Blackberry Kush, Master Kush, are just some of the most popular indica strains that CannaClub makes available in Canada. Northern Lights, a pure indica, has often been called the most popular and even “most influential” strain of all time - though it is likely that growers and canna plant geneticists with their own favourite strains to champion- might argue! “Personally I’d say the classic, original OG Kush could probably give Northern Light a run for its money,” said one regular CannaClub customer. OG Kush is a classic hybrid strain, also extremely popular in North America since its inception.
In contrast to the heavy indicas, their sister sativa, while it can be equally high in THC, is generally what gives you a lighter, more elevated “high” feeling, appropriate for daytime use. It is often said that a fine sativa stimulated creativity - writers, musicians and other artists will often favour sativa in their cannabis usage. Some of North America’s most well loved sativa strains are available at the click of a button to every Canadian household including : CannaLope Haze, Tangie, Sour Diesel, Lemon Haze, the high in CBD Durban Poison, Pineapple Express (so good they even named a movie after it!), the interestingly named Green Crack (no addictive properties, its just great cannabis, we promise!)
Interestingly, in Canada, hybrid strains (marrying the best of both indica and sativa!) are more popular than either classic indicas or classic sativas. Clearly, canna - knowledgeable Canadians like the best of both worlds in their cannabinoids! CannaClub reports that their customers are loving superior strains like White Russion, Strawberry Kush, Gorilla Glue #4, Romulan, and the ever popular classics like OG Kush and Nuken.
Why choose Canaclub?
CannaClub is passionate about ensuring that all of these fantastic strains are available to customers Canada wide - from the cities to the most remote corners of the country. Canadians ripping open these packages delivered to their mailboxes in some of their more remote locations couldn’t be more grateful!
“I’m trying to work my way through all the strains,” says Charlene L, age 36, in Kitchener; an Ontario city that has no store front dispensaries, “Sometimes I just choose them for the interesting names! Purple Rain has been my favourite lately...but literally EVERYTHING I have ever ordered from CannaClub has been FIRE! It’s a big difference from the days when I had to take whatever shwag the local guy might have on offer….Being able to Buy Medical Marijuana Online has made all the difference I’ve learned we have got some amazing cannabis growing in this country!”