Genetics: Cannabis sativa is a species of angiosperms that was first classified in 1753 by Carl Linnaeus. This plant originates in hot, dry temperatures of eastern Asia and northern Africa.
Plant appearance: Plants can grow 4-8 feet in height with long thin leaves and a flowering time of 8-9 weeks. The harvest is generally smaller in pure sativa vs indica plants coming in mid October.
Average CBD to THC ratio: THC levels are higher in sativa hybrid strains but tend to have a lower CBD level. Besides tetrahydrocannabinol and cannabidiol this variety contains another 120 chemical compounds responsible for the taste and aroma.
Full bodied effects: Sativa weed strains produces an energizing head high with mild body effects that are great for those looking to be productive or trying be more creative.
Consumption: An upbeat adventures trip, popular for wake n bake and afternoon smoke sessions.