Cannabis Sativa is an annual cannabis plant that originates in the equator regions. So unlike its Indica cousins, the Sativa plant flourishes in tropical climates. Cannabis Sativa was classified as a species in 1735. Its leaves are more narrow and it grows higher than the bushy Indica plant.
The flowers of the Cannabis Sativa plant are not a strong sedative, instead they have more of an uplifting effect.
Learn more about Cannabis Sativa:
- What is a Marijuana Plant
- Types Of Marijuana – Sativa, Indica and Ruderalis
- Landrace and Heirloom Marijuana Strains
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