Questions and answers

Do sativa and indica actually have different effects?

Do sativa and indica actually have different effects?

There is no difference between the effects of indica and sativa marijuana strains, scientists say. For decades, marijuana growers, sellers, and consumers have classified strains as “indica” or “sativa” to explain the type of effect they would have when consumed.

Is Ruderalis an indica or sativa?

Sativa, indica and ruderalis are all types of the same species—Cannabis sativa L. However, despite being from the same species, the effects, appearance and characteristics of each subspecies vary greatly.

Is Ruderalis potent?

Effects of Cannabis Ruderalis Ruderalis genes offer the ability for breeders to create an autoflowering hybrid with the advanced potency and flavor profile from its genetic partner.

Does indica make you laugh?

Both Indica and Sativa strains have terpenes. These are the chemicals in the cannabis plant responsible for aroma and taste profiles. It is the high chemovars in the terpenes that make you laugh.

Can sativa make me sleepy?

Commonly associated effects of use: Sativa often produces a “mind high,” or an energizing, anxiety-reducing effect. If you use sativa-dominant strains, you may feel productive and creative, not relaxed and lethargic. Daytime or nighttime use: Because of its stimulating impact, you can use sativa in the daytime.

What is the effect of ruderalis?


• Barely psychoactive (below 3% THC) • Contains some CBD for sub-perceptual effects • Spends ~3–4 weeks in vegetative growth • Blooms independently • Ready to harvest around 70–110 days from seed

Is ruderalis illegal?

Ruderalis is a subspecies of the cannabis plant—and, as such, it’s regulated in the same way as other types of cannabis. Ruderalis would be considered legal where cannabis is legal (whether for medicinal or recreational purposes)—and illegal in states where cannabis has yet to be legalized.