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We have carefully picked over several strains, for their special effects and qualities. To us cannabis is a sacrament; it is not just recreational or medicinal, with the added sacredness it brings you closer to the divine.

The 14 Categories:

1- Best for Socializing – Somango
2- Best for Creativity – Buddha’s Sister
3- Best for Sleep/Relaxation – Free Tibet
4- Best for the Novice Grower (AKA Foolproof!) – Lavender OG
5- Best for Sex – Kahuna
6- Best for Action/Adventuring – Lavnesia
7- Best Medicinal – Rockbud
8- Best for Music/Movies – White Willow
9- Best Psychedelic – Lavender
10- Best Tasting/Smoking experience – Amnesia Haze
11- Best for getting Silly – True OG
12- Best with a good Meal/Munchies – Sogouda
13- Best Knock-out/Wheelchair – Reclining Buddha
14- Best Overall (your absolute favorite!) – Amnesia Haze

Indica strains tend to have a strong smell—either sweet or sour. Sativa strains are described as having a “grassy” smell. Indica provides a relaxing “body” high associated with calmness and sleep. Sativa provides an energetic “cerebral” high associated with creativity and focus

Indica dominant strains are higher in Cannabidiol (CBD), sativa dominant strains are higher in the THC cannabinoid. Indica dominant strains are are short dense plants, with broad leaves and often grow a darker green. … Indicas and Sativas. Sativas are just about the opposite of indicas.

ou can easily tell the difference between indica and sativa by the shape of their leaves. Indica leaves are deep in color and broad, while sativa leaves are lighter in color with slender leaves. As we mentioned above, many users associate indicas and sativas with their own unique effects.

Kush is a strain of Cannabis indica. The origins of Kush Cannabis are from landrace plants mainly in Afghanistan, Northern Pakistan and North-Western India with the name coming from the Hindu Kush mountain range.

Indica strains usually have more of a body high. … Hybrid strains can be both upperand downer depending on which species is dominant. The Indica vs. Sativa high has different effects.

It is also said to be an appetite stimulant for some. Thus, indica strains are known for giving users more of a body high than a head high. … These may be found more often in marijuana advertised as indica, but as more crossbreeding leads to hybrids, they can potentially be found in some sativa strains as well.

Indica means that it’s going to be sedative and calming. … It’s also important to note that some people who are very sensitive to cannabis can have anxiety or paranoiaresponses specifically to indica or sativa. Just because a strain is indica does not mean that it won’t induce paranoia. For some people it still will.

Typically, indica strains tend to produce the strongest effects of increased appetite. … Sativa strains have a higher concentration of THCV (a chemical that suppresses appetite). This is why many people feel more energized and less hungry when consuming sativa strains.

Typically, indica strains tend to produce the strongest effects of increased appetite. … Sativa strains have a higher concentration of THCV (a chemical that suppresses appetite). This is why many people feel more energized and less hungry when consuming sativa strains.

Cannabis indica is known for its higher ratio of the two components. This gives indicastrains a more calming effect than varieties that have a low THC to CBD ratio. … Sativa produces a more energetic effect, while indica is more sedative.

Those who suffer from PTSD are often riddled with anxiety and feel uneasy. Medical marijuana can help curb those anxious feelings by inducing a calming effect, which are often found in indica strains which relax the mind whereas sativa strains would energize the mind.

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A breeder of international fame, Soma is synonymous with earth-friendly grow techniques and an appreciation for the healing qualities of marijuana. Now in his first-ever book, this sage of the marijuana scene shares his methods and philosophy with a collection of his best works, all-new essays and stunning photography.

Soma offers detailed advice for every stage of growing organically: selecting seeds and mother plants, making clones, creating one’s own soil mix, using organic pest control and knowing the best time for harvesting. With these instructions, gardeners of all levels can learn to grow marijuana with the sublime qualities and subtleties of flavor and effects that have made this breeder legendary. Sixteen pages of Soma’s lush full-color photography help to showcase his methods and varieties.

Much like organic food has become increasingly popular through a heightening of awareness, Organic Marijuana raises consciousness about growing an outstanding crop of marijuana while respecting both environmental and individual health.

This second book in the Marijuana Tips series continues to present the tips and techniques that only expert growers can provide.

Learn how to:

  • sprout seeds and care for seedlings
  • make your own organic soil
  • Build indoor grow beds for organic success
  • use the best organic fertilizers and supplements
  • control pests organically
  • maintain a mother garden
  • select varieties and begin breeding
  • produce all-female seeds naturally
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