Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid Strains

Many times, people wonder what the differences are between Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid strains. The cannabis plant has two main types, which are Indica and Sativa. When Indica and Sativa are combined, that makes a Hybrid Strain.

Each of these strains provide different effects for the body and can provide many different benefits as well. Whether it be CBD Flower, CBD oils, Delta 8, etc. They can come in all 3 of the strains, Sativa, Indica, and Hybrid.

Indica Strains

Indica Strains provide more relaxing, sedating effects, while also providing a little bit of euphoria. These strains are great for night-time use considering its more relaxing effects. Indica Strains also have a wide range of benefits. It may be beneficial for nausea, inflammation, insomnia, increase in appetite, anxiety relief, depression, and more.

Sativa Strains

Sativa Strains provide more uplifting, motivating, and euphoric effects. These strains are great for daytime use because of its more uplifting effects. Almost like a boost of energy!

Sativa Strains can be beneficial for mood lift, motivation, anxiety relief, appetite control, chronic pain, and more. Some people prefer Sativa Strains during the daytime because it doesn’t make you sleepy but can still provide the medicinal benefits of the strain.

Hybrid Strains

Hybrid Strains are a combination of a Sativa and an Indica. You get a little bit of those relaxing effects from the Indica part of the Hybrid, while also getting some uplifting, euphoric effects at the same time. Hybrid Strains can provide stress and anxiety relief, appetite control, inflammation relief, insomnia, nausea, and more.

Here at Burman’s Health Shop we carry Sativa’s, Indica’s, and Hybrid’s in all different forms! Anywhere from CBD Flower, CBD Cigarettes, CBD Oils, Delta 8 cartridges, and so much more!

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