When deciding what cannabis product to try next, it is important to know what you are consuming. Whether you are ingesting edibles or smoking flower, each strain of cannabis will affect you in different ways! At Hadleaf Cannabis, we offer a variety of cannabis products that you can use to see what types and strains of cannabis suit you best. Continue reading to find out what products and strain types might fit you best!
Three Genetic Types To Consider:
- Sativa: Sativa is known to be an uplifting type of cannabis. It is often recommended to use Sativa strains during the day for increased energy, creativity, pain relief, and much more. Personally, I enjoy using sativa products during the day when I am trying to focus but need to take the edge off. I also enjoy Sativa’s when in a social setting and want to be uplifted! If Sativa sounds like the right type for you, head to Hadleaf and meet with one of our associates to let us help you find your new favorite Sativa products.
- Indica: Indica is a type of cannabis that tends to relax the body and mind. It is common that Indica strains are used at night time due to their traits that may help with insomnia, pain, stress relief, and all-around relaxation! If you enjoy indulging in cannabis for these effects, it is expected that an Indica strain will be a great fit for you. At Hadleaf we carry a variety of Indica products that could be perfect for you!
- Hybrid: The Hybird type, also known as a “Ruderalis”, are cross-breed strains between Indica and Sativa. Using the genetics of these two types creates a cannabis strain that provides traits of both Indica and Sativa. Often, you will see a Hybrid strain marked as Indica-dominant or Sativa-dominant. It is difficult to make a Hybrid strain that is 50/50, so labeling a Hybrid as which one is more dominant helps people know exactly what they are buying! With that being said, you may see coding like S/I on packages representing Sativa-dominant Indica cross, or I/S representing Indica-dominant Sativa cross.
In conclusion, it is important to remember that the effects of each type of cannabis are gathered from a majority of consumer’s reported experiences. While these effects are what the majority of cannabis users report feeling, it may not be exactly what you experience as each person’s unique body chemistry acts differently to each type of cannabis and the strains that lie within them.