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Sativa VS Indica

Sativa VS Indica

Slowly, the Stigma around to weed begins to disappear.
Yet there are proffesionals who want to uncing the true potency of THC.
Has the era come to look at weed differently?

 

Are we going to categorize weed differently?

In the last 50 years, many new variations have been added.
Cannabis is now legal in various places on the world map.
And if it is not legalized, it has been approved or condoned
This has caused many crossings.
Wonderful new weed varieties with great taste and smell sensations.
Weed with a high THC content and high recreational value.
This is normal now.
In addition, there are also a lot of medicinal variations available.
This is a nice development.
People with serious illnesses can now live better thanks to these developments.
A Parkisons patient can now stop shaking with weed.
People on their deathbed can now smoke medicinal weed in addition to morphine.
A beautiful exit during their last moments in this world.
It doesn’t solve it, but it does form a band-aid on the sore wound.

Going against the established order

The terms that are widely used are : Indica and sativa.
I’m sure you’ve heard this one come along.
Now that more is known about weed, the names used for it are still just names.
The plant itself remains stigmatized.
This does not honor the positive effect of weed.
There research has shown that there is as much as possible with a weed plant.
Especially with genetics.
Developments will continue to come.

Usually if one wants to relax or need to soothe one smokes an Indica variant.

Sativa is often used if one wants to have an inspiring and creative effect.
These end goals often come to the opposite.

An indica or a sativa?

Weed is usually divided into 2 categories.
Namely indica and sativa.
A sativa is a plant that often grows high.
The leaves are often narrower.
The construction of a Sativa is sometimes reminiscent of a Christmas tree.
The lifespan of a Sativa is long.

An indica usually does not grow as high as a sativa.
The leaves of an indica are wider.
The structure of the plant looks more like a grove or shrub compared to the Christmas tree shape of a sativa.
The life span of an Indica is shorter and it gives a numbing effect when smoked.

Because weed pushed crime underground, it’s gone underground.
As a result, the scientific developments surrounding the cannabis plant have been held back.
The potency of cannabis is second to none.
This plant should be treated with respect just like any other piece of nature.
There is a biased opinion about the cannabis plant.
One is so stuck in the old thinking pattern and does not want to look beyond their noses long.

How can you know which variants give what effect?
This is done by deging the chemotype and genotype.
Chemotype is profile of chemicals and terpenes.
The genotype is the unique genetics profile.

GENO & PHENO

The particular kind of pleasure lies in the DNA.
Like a child, a cannabis plant contains a genetic copy of both parents.
Like a child, a weed plant can grow into something beautiful.
Something that can ultimately have a positive effect on this world.
Close to yourself, for your self and for those around you.

Phenotypes are characteristics of the way a plant grows.

This can also be influenced by the environment.
Again just like a child, the environment in which it grows up is of great importance.
If you give it love and attention, it shines through in the weed plant.
These five points are important:
-The photo period
-The climate
-The soil
-Humidity
-The techniques used to grow the weed.

The characteristics of the phenotype can be seen in the silhouettes and shape of the leaves.
The chenotype can only be determined by performing a test.

The genetics of weed is not a precise science.
Sometimes it’s like cooking.
The chef can try anything and that’s where the tastiest dishes come from.
If you cross a plant with a low THC content with a plant with a high THC content, it results in seeds with the DNA of both parent plants.

During the growth process you can see the characteristics of each parent plant
As a result, the construction/shape of the cannabis plant is not a main indicator of the chemical composition of the plant.

This also applies to genetics.
A clone of the mother plant can also show abnormal characteristics.
Growing a weed plant in organic soil in the open air can look different and result in a different type of chemo
than a cannabis grown indoors under growth lamps.

Sativa, what the hell is that?

There’s an answer for that!
Are there really other genders?

To do this, one has to look at the genetic properties.
By jux usaing the many variants of cannabis.

The broad comparison research has led professionals to decide to put it all under one gender.
Namely the cannabis sativa.
This includes industrial hemp.

It has been decided to place all weed under the category cannabis sativa.
Sativa means cultivated.
This is derived from Latin.
This is appropriate because the ultimate applications in the recreational, medical and industrial field do not come naturally.
Indica is also derived from Latin.
From the ancient Greek language, the original means India.
India is the founder of the psychoactive cannabis plant.

Cannabis sativa stands for cultivated cannabis plant.
Sativa is a term that can be used mainly for the term industrial hemp.

It’s mainly because of the term sativa.
There are two meanings when one says cannabis.
You have the classification from a scientific point of view.
Such is the knowledge that cannabis sativa has narrow leaves and grows high in length.
Indicas have wide leaves and generally do not grow very high.
But if Jan and allemoon are going to say that cultured weed containing psychoactive resin should be called indicas, then you get a total of 4 different terms

NLD: Narrow-Leaf Drug – Cannabis indica, psychoactive, narrow leaf fingers.
BLD: Broad-Leaf Drug – Cannabis sativa, psychoactive, broad leaf fingers.
NLH: Narrow-Leaf Hemp – Cannabis indica, industrial hemp, non-psychoactive, narrow leaf fingers.
BLH: Broad-Leaf Hemp – Cannabis sativa, industrial hemp, non-psychoactive, broad leaf fingers.

The relationship between man and the cannabis plant is 12,000 years old.
One will never be able to fully figure out how crosses originated.
What we can say with certainty is that the modern cannabis plant is subject to a lot of crossbreeds.

People consume weed mainly because of terpenes, flavonoids and cannabinoids, such as CBN, THC and CBD.
This gives each weed plant a unique synergy.
In other words, the plant’s own character.

Weed is and remains a beautiful plant.
It has so many features.

We at thcspecialist.nl want to promote the responsible use of weed.
We are also happy to inform you about all applications.
This way we learn something and we all get a little wiser.

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