Sativa Strain Information

Daytime strain

Sativa is a type of marijuana strain that is categorized by the effects it has on a user as well as the characteristics of the plant itself. Sativa strain’s effects are stimulating and help with relief from depression, migraines, pain, and nausea. In most cases, sativa strains will have a higher level of THC content than Indicas. The result of this strain is a psychoactive and energetic mid-high. Many patients prefer to medicate with this type of cannabis during the day to avoid drowsiness. However, if used at nighttime, it can interfere with sleep and may keep the user awake.

The sativa cannabis plants are characterized by their tall structure and long, thin leaves. They take slightly longer to mature in comparison to Indica strains and produce higher levels of THC, but lower levels of CBD.

Many people find usefulness in using sativa and can benefit you in the following ways:

Creativity: Creative minds often use sativa to stimulate their mind and be able to generate ideas beyond what they normally might. The elevated mood and increased awareness is what lends itself to the create process.

Focus: Due to the stimulation that sativa induces, in can increase productivity because it allows for more attention to detail and focus for most users. Aside from the potential nervousness and unsettling feeling that it can produce, sativa can actually reduce feelings of depression.

Sativa Dominant Strains

Sour Diesel
Thought to be an accidental cross when the DNL hermied, Sour Diesel (or East Coast Sour Diesel, as it’s commonly called) is a special plant in the OG Kush/ChemDawg line of strains. Its often “crushing” Sativa effect actually seems to hit most people as more of an Indica, increasing couchlock and being strong to the point of being overwhelming at times. The plant itself is a fairly lanky one that tends to show lots of foxtailing when finished, practically stinking up the room with its pungent fuel-skunk-citrus bouquet.