You might want to order marijuana Indica seeds, if you mainly smoke pot to fall asleep. This species helps out a lot with that, especially if it’s hydroponically grown. If you are tired after athletic activities or have a mild trauma, then you should choose an Indica-dominant strain. The seeds are easy to grow. Autoflowering feminized Indica can truly be a wholesome choice for cannabis consumers struggling with chronic pain or sleeplessness.
Are Indica Strains Good for New Cannabis Users?
If you are new to the world of cannabis consumption, stay away from the heaviest Indica cultivars. Highly Indica-dominant buds with high THC levels can cause anxiety. But everyone is different, so this might not be true for you. For first timers who are prone to anxiety it’s better to get seeds with small amounts of THC and similar amounts of CBD.
Relying on Terms “Indica” and “Sativa” When Choosing Cannabis Seeds
These days you can’t fully rely on the terms “Indica” and “Sativa” to forecast the effects of marijuana. In the last 40 years the two original types have been highly hybridized; so there are mostly Sativa-dominant or Indica-dominant crossbreds. It’s hard to find “pure” Indica seeds available for sale today.
When you have a sedative effect from Indica or get more mental clarity from Sativa, this effect is pulled out by a blend of all compounds in cannabis mixing with your own individual physiology, mood, biochemistry, genetics, brain structure, etc., all these things together set the boundaries for the overall experience.
Smoking cannabis results in many effects that can’t be oversimplified as “stimulating” or “tranquilizing”.
Most Popular Indica Strains
- Hindu Kush – the mother of all kush strains, pure indica
- Kosher Kush
- Purple Kush
- Granddaddy Purple
- Big Bud – a high yielding Indica strain
- Strawberry Banana – over 25% THC Indica strain
Levels of cannabinoids like THC, CBD, and CBN vary depending on the strain. So choose seeds wisely, take heed of individual specifications.
Pure Indica and Sativa Look Different
The main difference between pure Indica and Sativa is what the plants look like.
Sativa stems have evolved to be thicker and to hold up heavier flower. Its leaves have become thinner and lighter weight. Indica’s genes have better parasite- and drought-resistance, yield, and complex terpene profiles.
Indica is more evolved for climate with fewer natural occurring uMols of PAR energy as well as being less drought resistant.
Ruderalis plants are usually shorter than both pure Indica and Sativa plants. Ruderalis’s low height is the reason why there are so many autoflowers among dwarf strains.
The main widespread perceptions are the following:
- Pure Indica has broad leaves and Sativa is tall and lanky;
- Indica makes you stoned whereas Sativa makes you high.
Ordering Cannabis Seeds Online
You can order seeds from our seed bank with stealthy shipping worldwide. We have a helpful customer service and accept online payments with PayPal, credit cards, Western Union and bank transfers. Moreover, there is a special offer: get 10 free seeds when buying over $100.
Traits of Growing Typical Indica Strains
On the whole, typical Indica strains grow faster, have shorter flowering time, and give higher yields. Both modern day Sativas and Indicas usually give nice big flowers in 7-9 weeks.