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Sativa Seeds

Sativa Seeds grow into tall and slinky plants. They need a little bit longer but produce an end result with white smelly resin which makes you happy all the way. With the increase of serotonin, you garden your way to a wonderful yield. Sativa’s increase your focus and creativity.

The cannabis plant grows all over the world. But the climate is not the same everywhere. That is the main reason why we know different varieties of the cannabis plant. There is a rough division to be made between plants that grow in warmer and in colder climates. The characteristics of warmer weather give us the Sativa varieties.

Sativa seeds generally grow taller plants because they reach for the sun. Their leaves are narrow, widespread and long to catch the light and let the flowers catch the light as well. The shape usually is spindly and long. Sativa’s produce a grassy smell and the sticky resin often is very white. These plants take a little more time than their Indica cousins. The end product generally contains a lower CBD level and a higher THC level. The yield often is a little lower than that of Indica plants.

The Effect

The effect of Sativa plants is happy which comes from a literal increase of serotonin. Users say it lets them focus better and ups their creativity. Sativa’s give you energy and therefore are best used during the day. Doctors even perscribe sativa varieties to people with anxiety, depression and a few chronic pain syndromes.

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