Cannabis Strains

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Different Cannabis Strains and Genetics

Whether rope or dope (hemp or marijuana bud), all Cannabis Strains are classified as Cannabis Sativa (C. Sativa). Under this category, there are different types: Cannabis Sativa (=C. sativa var. sativa), Cannabis Indica (=C. sativa var. indica), Cannabis Ruderalis (=C. sativa var. spondanea), Cannabis Afghanica (=C. sativa var. afghanica). Each has distinct growth patterns, look, smell, taste, size, etc.

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Indica

Indica is by far the best choice for indoor marijuana growing , due to its short, squat, bushy growth. Indica plants have fat, wide leaves and fat dense buds. Most cannabis Indica plants are dark green, and some strains turn purple or reddish colors. The high from Indica Marijuana is a very heavy ?head-high?. Most pure Indica strains smell like skunk or cat urine. Todays breeders are crossing them with other weed plants to create a fruity flavored smoke. Indicas
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Cannabis Afghanica (Afhgan)

Cannabis Afghan is by far my most favorite marijuana strain.  Afghanica Strains originated in Afghanistan. Cannabis afghanica plants are short in size and dark green in color. many people confuse afghanica with indica. Afghan strains are very dense and contain a very high level of THC, making this a great plant to grow for hashish (hash). Many strains like Hash Plant are used in cross-breeding for its high resin levels. I am personally growing a room full of Afghan #1
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Cannabis Ruderalis

Cannabis Ruderalis originated in Central Europe and made its way to Amsterdam in the 1980?s by a seed bank that was trying to improve their marijuana breeding program. You can find Ruderalis plants outdoors from Minnesota up north through Canada. Cannabis Ruderalis is also known as ?ditch weed? as it is a plant containing very little THC.  The high from smoking Ruderalis marijuana is not good and usually cause headaches or nausea. The only benefit I have found growing Ruderalis
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Medical Marijuana Effects: Sativa vs. Indica

Medical Marijuana Effects: Sativa vs. IndicaSativa: Day Time Use Cerebral High Energetic Stimulate Appetite Enhances Creativity Relieves Depression Higher THC LevelCheck out the Cannabis Sativa page for a full list of cannabis sativa strains.Indica : Night Time Use Body High Sedative Relieves Anxiety Causes Sleepiness Relieves Pain High CBD Level
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Cannabis Sativa

Cannabis Sativa originated predominately in Asia, the Americas and Africa. Since each place is so different, so are the characteristics of each plant. They do all share the general traits: tall, leggy stature with inter nodal length, a large sprawling root system, large narrow bladed leaves, and somewhat sparse flowers when grown indoors. Sativas will start to bloom a few weeks later than Indica strains. These are best suited for outdoor grow as they can grow up to 15 feet
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Cannabis Indica

Cannabis Indica originated in India and Pakistan. Indica is by far the best choice for indoor marijuana growing , due to its short, squat, bushy growth. Indica plants have fat, wide leaves and fat dense buds. Most cannabis Indica plants are dark green, and some strains turn purple or reddish colors. The high from Indica Marijuana is a very heavy ?head-high?. Most pure Indica strains smell like skunk or cat urine. Todays breeders are crossing them with other weed plants

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