Indica VS Sativa VS Hybrid

Today we will be discussing the major differences between the types of Marijuana. Now for the experienced smoker, the difference is similar to what do you feel like eating that day? What you smoke also depends on your reason for smoking. If your just smoking to get high, then a sativa is probably your choice of smoke. Most medical marijuana users enjoy the head high, but use for pain or anxiety relief. I’ve found that a indica dominant hybrid is best for my needs for pain relief. Hybrids are great for treating multiple symptoms. sativa differences

I’ve found several strains locally that are hybrids, and are just as effective at relieving my pain as the narcotics the Dr. wants to prescribe. I prefer a indica dominant hybrid that has a good balance of THC and CBD, but that’s just me! The local growers I have met are well versed and extremely knowledgeable in the ins and outs of growing quality smoke. All growers should keep to the standard of chemical free growing, but it’s not always the case.

 

Recently here in Washington, the state caught most of its testing facility’s pushing false paperwork. The numbers that were quoted were pulled straight out of thin air, and pesticides were used that are not allowed. Yes that’s right, poison was used to grow weed. Then the state allowed the product to hit the shelves and be sold to the public. So basically they knowingly allowed poison to be sold just for pure profit!!! So my question now is, Who made it the state’s decision if I want poisoned weed? The exception to this is the medical marijuana world… Medical growers know that the quality is the key to the marijuana having the intended effect. Also, most medical growers wont use any chemicals that they wouldn’t want to be ingesting themselves.

2 thoughts on “Indica VS Sativa VS Hybrid”

  1. Very informative! That image breaks it down nice and simple. I can’t believe people were pushing false paper work! Anything to speed up making that quick buck I suppose.

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