Sativa Strains

Cannabis Sativa is a species of Cannabis. First described in 1753 by Linnaeus, the name “Sativa” means plants that can be cultivated. It is widely accepted that Cannabis Sativa originated in South-East Asia, most probably in China. Given their psychoactive effect, they have been used for centuries in celebrations and religious functions. Pure Sativa landraces from all over the world laid the basis of many legendary strains, like Haze and Skunk. Cannabis Sativa plants grow tall, with few, long side branches, and thin and elongated leaflets. The huge, candle shaped, flower are larger and fluffier than those of other species. They flowering time is often longer than Indica strains, yet yields are impressive. The effect released, typically referred to as “high”, is activating and energizing, at times psychoactive and uplifting. Medical users prefers Sativa strains when dealing with depression or pain. Recreational users love those for their creative, energizing, and stimulating effects..

What are Cannabis Sativa Strains

Cannabis Sativa  originated in South-East Asia. Strains of this species laid the basis of many legendary strains, like Haze and Skunk. Cannabis Sativa plants grow tall, with few, long side branches, and thin and elongated leaflets. The effect released, typically referred to as “high”, is activating and psychoactive. Sativa strains are often used to fight depression and pain. 

Appearance of Cannabis Sativa Strains 

Usually Cannabis Sativa plants grow tall, with few, long side branches, and thin and elongated leaflets. The big, candle shaped, buds are larger and fluffier than those of other species. Nevertheless they are covered with shiny, white resin coat. They flowering time is often longer than Indica strains, yet yields are impressive. 

Growing Cannabis Sativa Sativa

These plants tend to grow tall and thrive in warm and relatively humid places, with long summers. Among all the cannabis species, are the ones most vulnerable to light and feeding regimes, and have a longer flowering time. However, they reward the patient gardeners with massive yields and some of the most interesting combinations of flavors available.