Types Of Marijuana – Sativa, Indica and Ruderalis

One of the many beautiful things about the Cannabis plant is that it comes in many different types of weed plants. Not one marijuana type is exactly the same, and they also come in both the male and female variety. Some are tall and skinny, others are short and stout, and still, others are much smaller.

The Cannabis plant is also known for its dioecious nature, meaning that it forms into distinct colonies of male and female plants. This is one of the reasons growers develop issues with male plants invading a grow room.

In addition to male and female plants, growers and cultivators are likely to run into (and create!) hermaphroditic and androgynous plants.

Whichever type of marijuana you ultimately choose to grow, it is a good idea to gain some basic knowledge of the variations and the differences between the different species, as well as male and female plants. You’ll also want to understand the reasons why you’d want to separate them.

When you know these things, you can make the best decision for your own growing habits. In this article, we will cover the three species of cannabis, the role of gender in growing as well as hybrid breeds and hermaphrodites.

There are some historical explanations for the beginnings of the Indica strain, also known as Cannabis Indica. It was first classified by Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, a French biologist, in the late 1700s. He also identified the fact that the plants were intoxicating.

It was different from the regular hemp crops grown in Europe at the time, as they did not intoxicate the consumer.

Because of the differences between the European hemp crops (then actually known as Cannabis Sativa), Lamarck named his Indian discovery Cannabis Indica to establish its uniqueness from the European hemp. It was considered a therapeutic remedy of sorts in Europe during the 1800s and commonly used in Western medicine.

Marijuana type  #1: Cannabis Sativa

hybrid sativa cannabis plant

Sativa is the marijuana type that people seem to like smoking the most. This plant grows quite large, reaching up to 15 feet in some cases. While it is not a really thick plant, many growers like it due to how tall it can grow.

marijuana type cannabis sativa

Their leaves are long, dainty, narrow, and considering their height potential, these are perfect for outdoor growing.  The seeds are soft to the touch, with no spots or markings on them.

Do not expect this plant to flower quickly because Sativa takes its precious time, and even shifting the light cycles could have little effect on this.

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    Sativa is usually found below a latitude of 30° N, in places like India, Thailand, Nigeria, Mexico, and Colombia.

    Sativa is often dried, cooked and consumed. While many people either vaporize or smoke this strain, it is the norm for users to use this to get high.

    “You are not going to get stoned from using Cannabis Sativa, but it does have an invigorating, pick me up kind of effect that leads to feeling happier, unlike its more sedating counterpart, Indica.”

    — Robert Bergman

    It also can enhance your creativity, depending on the person. This is the strain you use when you want to be up and active during the day since it raises your energy and opens you up to fresh, new ideas.

    If you are an artist of some sort, you may love this one. Sativa is known for a high ratio of THC to CBN the two primary active ingredients in cannabis.

    sativa marijuana type effect
    Sativa gives an energizing and stimulating effect Image by Sensiseeds

    Sativa dominant strains are higher in the THC cannabinoid. This makes it less likely to be used for medicinal purposes, but it is still common in Ayurvedic medicine. They also work well to combat the symptoms of:

    • Depression
    • ADHD
    • Fatigue
    • Mood disorders

    Growing Cannabis Sativa

    Cannabis Sativa is a type of marijuana that typically flowers for longer, has lower yields than Cannabis Indica, and has characteristically long thin leaves.

    They’re taller plants in general since they come from a region near the equator, which has longer summers (which is also why their flowering period naturally lasts longer).

    A good thing about growing Cannabis Sativa is that the vegetative phase is shorter. There are even some Sativas out there bred to have shorter flowering phases.

    If you’re from a hotter climate or have trouble keeping your grow room temperatures down, then a Sativa might be for you — they can take high temperatures better than Indicas.

    BROWSE SATIVA STRAINS

    Marijuana type #2: Cannabis Indica

    Bubba Kush Strain

    Cannabis Indica is a more solid strain in comparison to Sativa, but it does not have the height Sativa achieves.

    Indica strains generally grow between 3 to 6 feet tall (1 to 2 meters. It is a bushy plant with round healthy leaves, unlike Sativa. However, they both have marbled colored, soft seeds. Being that Indica is a short plant, this one is perfect for indoor growing.

    indica marijuana type leaf
    Cannabis Indica Leaf

    While Sativa takes some time to flower, Indica flowers much faster and can be influenced a lot easier by adjusting the light cycle to promote this phase. It is most commonly found above 30° N, in countries like Nepal, Lebanon, Morocco, and Afghanistan.

    The buds and flowers on Indica dominant strains will usually grow very close to each other and are stickier to the touch than Sativa plants. When you want to make hashish, Indica is the plant you would choose due to the amount of resin it contains.

    indica marijuana type effect
    Indica gives a stoned feeling Image by Sensiseeds

    “Cannabis Indica is a stoner’s favorite since it is more like a sedative and puts your entire body into a deep state of relaxation. It has so much CBN in it that it will surely take you far and beyond just a regular high.”

    — Robert Bergman

    Cannabis Indica has lovely healing qualities, and helps with:

    Growing Cannabis Indica

    Cannabis Indica is a strain of medical marijuana that is typically higher yielding, has a shorter flowering time, and has leaves that are shorter and wider than a Sativa’s. They’re smaller plants in general, but they can get quite bushy. Lots of growers prefer growing Indicas for these reasons.

    Because of their shorter flowering phase, people who grow in colder climates with shorter winters may want to grow Indicas. Because of their shorter height, growing them indoors is also easy when it comes to growing Indicas.

    BROWSE INDICA STRAINS

    Check out our more in-depth guide on the differences between Indicas vs Sativas!

    Marijuana type #3: Cannabis Ruderalis

    You will rarely hear anyone talking about Cannabis Ruderalis, which is one of the primary marijuana types and has a pretty short stature growing between 20-25 inches in height. Similar to Indica, this plant has very thick foliage. This plant is usually found growing in northern regions of the world.

    marijuana type Runderalis Leaf
    Cannabis Runderalis Leaf

    Ruderalis has an extremely early and fast flowering cycle because it grows farther north than any other type of marijuana and so doesn’t have the luxury of a lot of time to mature before cold weather hits. Ruderalis is used to produce autoflowerers.

    One of the reasons you hear little about this strain is because it is not known to be highly psychotropic. It is used primarily as a source of additional genetic material by breeders and cultivators. That way, hybrids which flower early can be bred, and certain strains can be adjusted so that they will grow in more northerly climates.

    Industrial hemp marijuana types

    Industrial hemp or hemp, typically found in the northern hemisphere, is a type of marijuana originating from the Cannabis Sativa species that is grown specifically for the industrial uses of its derived products. It is one of the fastest growing plants and was one of the first plants to be spun into usable fiber 10,000 years ago.

    It can be refined into a variety of commercial items including paper, textiles, clothing, biodegradable plastics, paint, insulation, biofuel, food, and animal feed.

    Field of hemp plants

    Hemp was a cash crop in America until the passage of the 1937 Marihuana Tax Act, partially because hemp can grow wild in climates where winter doesn’t freeze the soil and kill the seeds. According to the USDA, hemp has a low THC content and isn’t worth smoking. With THC levels below 0,3%, I totally agree.

    Hybrid marijuana types

    In modern cannabis cultivation and breeding, there are a huge number of varieties available. Many years of intense mixing and hybridization have created a huge spectrum across these three primary varieties.

    Hybrid Cannabis strain
    Hybrid Marijuana types

    The different mixes all have different characteristics, running the gamut of possibilities relating to flowering cycles, yield, CBN:THC ratios, and disease resistance, among others. In general, the purpose of a hybrid plant is to combine positive characteristics from different strains together.

    Some key differences between Indica and Sativa marijuana types are the height of the plants, the length between buds, the size and shape of the leaves, the odor, the quality of the smoke, and the chemical properties themselves. In general, Indica is wide and robust while Sativa is long and thin.

    Growing Hybrids

    Hybrids can vary greatly, but usually, they have some of the good qualities of both Sativas and Indicas. Because of the range of genes you can find in hybrid marijuana plants, it’s hard to specify a common height, leaf shape, or other distinguishing detail. However, hybrids are often bred to have higher yields and be more pest-resistant, which is great for growers. Hybrids are extremely popular. Most of the seeds available are hybrids. To know what you can expect, be sure to read the growth descriptions before buying.

    Male cannabis plants

    When male-sexed cannabis plants finish maturing, the flowering process occurs all across the plant. Tiny racemes (short flower stalks) are formed at the base of the flower itself. When the flowers open, the plant releases a load of airborne pollen which sticks to and is absorbed by the pistil of the female plant.

    Male Cannabis Plant
    Male Cannabis Plant

    This is a basic explanation of how the fertilization and reproductive process in cannabis plants works. It can be difficult to distinguish between male and female plants at times, but the male usually has earlier sexual development.

    Female cannabis plants

    Like male cannabis plants, mature females will also produce racemes. In the case of the female plants, the racemes are a blend of tiny pistils and calyces (calyx). In each of the calyces, there is an ovule, which acts as the receptor for the pollen from the male plant.

    When the grains of pollen stick to a pistil, the pistil stalk then pushes into the calyx, and the plant is fertilized. The calyx itself is also the site where cannabis seeds are grown after fertilization.

    Female Plant
    Female Cannabis Plant

    Each seed will have a mix of characteristics coming from both parent plants, as in other instances of sexual reproduction. The only time this wouldn’t be the case would be if the parent plants were identical, as in the case of certain pure clones or specific hybridizations.

    Hermaphrodite cannabis plants

    Although rare as a natural occurrence in nature, many growers might be exposed to the existence of hermaphroditic plants, that is, plants that contain both male and female sex organs. These sorts of plants can fertilize themselves, which is both extremely interesting and potentially quite useful from a breeding perspective.

    In general, a hermaphrodite cannabis plant falls on one of the three points along a sexual spectrum. If the plant is mainly comprised of male flowers or has a roughly equal number of male/female flowers, it is probably of little use to a grower. If the hermaphrodite has mainly female flowers, however, it should definitely be saved.

    Hermaphrodite Weed Plant
    Hermaphrodite Plant

    The pollen from these plants can be quite useful, and some growers collect the pollen because even though it is a male part of reproduction, the hermaphroditic pollen is genetically female, and will produce female flowers.

    In the ’70s, Indica strains were brought to the USA and mixed with the already present Sativa plants, which set off a long chain of breeding and experimentation with cannabis cultivation and hybridization.

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      It’s important to note that despite the differences between all of these types of marijuana, they are essentially one species. They can still be bred together. The names Indica and Sativa refer to the areas where the plants are originally from.

      The same sort of idea is found in other agriculture, or dog breeds, where there is a wide difference in appearances, but the species are still the same.

      Types of marijuana seeds

      There are few aspects of marijuana plants that are more important than the seeds. Everything begins with the seed, so you’d better make the seed count. In other words, you should carefully decide what type of seed you would like to buy. Let’s look at some of the options.

      Regular marijuana seeds

      Regular seeds are, just as they sound, the normal type of marijuana seed that most people have traditionally grown with. These seeds will come with approximately 50% male and 50% female, so you will have to diligent about removing the males if you are growing with feminized seeds.

      Feminized marijuana seeds

      These seeds are ones that will only produce female plants. These aren’t naturally occurring — they need to be created to get them to be all female (which is also a marijuana grower’s dream). Buying feminized seeds is the most efficient option for most marijuana growers.

      Autoflower seeds

      Seeds that autoflower are not photosensitive, instead they start to flower based on timing. In other words, they flower automatically. These can work really well for growing all year round, although it doesn’t make much sense for indoor growers who already can decide when they want their plants to begin flowering by manipulating the light cycle.

      Once the plant is fully grown you will need to start thinking about harvest time. Our free little Harvest Guide will help you determine the best moment to cut your plants. Download it here.

      The Sinsemilla Growing Technique

      Sinsemilla is a type of growing marijuana where only female plants are allowed to blossom. This is done so that male plants don’t get the opportunity to fertilize the females. This is done because many growers don’t want seeds in their plants at all, although there are always exceptions.

      It’s highly advised to keep grow rooms and male pollen as far apart as possible unless there is some express purpose for fertilizing the plants. The yield will drop substantially, and the taste of the plant will be ruined.

      In general, it’s highly desirable to have unpollinated female plants, because more of the energy is devoted to producing cannabinoids and buds that are valuable to the grower, rather than being expended on sexual reproduction organs and seeds.

      Unpollinated plants will have more sugar, THC, and much denser more odorous flowers. This is ideal, especially for medicinal purposes, where the efficiency is very important for any patients who are in need of the active ingredient.

      What are THC and CBD?

      You’ve likely heard of CBD and THC before. These two substances are the reason behind all the hype surrounding marijuana. There are some significant differences between the two of them, so let’s look at what each of them does.

      THC

      The abbreviation “THC” stands for Tetrahydrocannabinol. It provides the psychoactive effects of marijuana, affecting the brain more than the body. Another substance, called anandamide, is mimicked by THC to make the brain function differently with memories, higher cognitive processes, and fine motorics.

      It also affects pain, fertility, hunger, and depression. Plenty of people choose strains of marijuana that are high in THC for its medicinal benefits. More about THC in my article What is THC?

      CBD

      Cannabidiol, or CBD, is another psychoactive substance that is commonly used in medical marijuana. The two interact, with the CBD having an influential effect on the THC, meaning they could strengthen or weaken certain effects of THC. Suppressing the psychedelic effects, for example, can be a big plus in a medicinal strain of marijuana.

      These are in no way the only two types of cannabinoids. The other ones, however, are only present in smaller amounts. More about CBD in my article What is CBD?

      FAQ About Types of Weed

      How many types of weed are there?

      There are three main types of weed; Cannabis Sativa, Cannabis Indica, and Cannabis Ruderalis.

      What are the common types of weed?

      The two common types of weed are Cannabis Sativa and Cannabis Indica.

      What is a hybrid weed?

      Hybrids are created by combining the good qualities of different strains of weed. They tend to have higher yields and are also pest resistant.

      Thanks for reading. If you have any questions, if something is unclear or if you’d simply like to learn more, then leave a comment or questions below and don’t forget to download my free grow bible

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        62 comments on “Types Of Marijuana – Sativa, Indica and Ruderalis”

        1. I’m old school and come from smoking in the 90’s when you didn’t have a choice of what type of weed you got in your 20 sack. Now I know the difference between the three types of marijuana, I’m am inquiring on all the different types that are within each category. Could you send me that info or explain to me what the difference is when buying. For example, why would I choose one over the other in stavia? Or one over like 10 different indica’s? I want a bag of Stavia and a bag of Indica. But what one of each type?
          -thanks in advance

        2. Robert, like yourself I to truly Love Growing Marijuana. Your grow guides read like a best selling novel, jam packed with useful information and knowledge that’s just not found anywhere. I “asked” Ed many time’s for how to information that’s contained in your journals, to no avail. I’m happy to say I’ve put all that information to good use and currently have a Harem of 4, yeah 4 different strains currently growing. OG Kush, Skywalker, White Widow, & Banana Kush, needless to say it wouldn’t be possible without your journals, and a lot of work. Well work is a bit harsh, more like time, energy, sweat, an even a few tears. Plus all the information gleaned from your journals, and seeds, can’t forget your vast inventory of seeds. Thanks Mr. Bergman, my grow wouldn’t be as successful with out your Love Of Growing Marijuana, and passing along your knowledge. Nothing makes me happier than hanging out with my virgin girls, knowing any problems can be solved by checking out your journals.

        3. Alrighty dude i’m actually a little confused. 1st: u stated that sativas r usually higher in cannibinoids than indicas. If so then Y is it that indicas r the more resinous variety? Does this mean that each trichome of sativa packs a more densely concentrated amount of cannibinoids or is it simply because of the different “type” of cannibinoids?
          2nd: this is where i’m really confused. I used to believe that if a female plant self-pollinated then the seeds were keepers. Now for the longest time i have been hearing that u can’t trust the seeds to b anything other than hermies, unless intentionally induced by using things like colloidal silver. So WTF?

        4. I tried to order from here and all I got was my card was declined, so I can’t say I had a good experience with this

        5. Very intrigued… I bought GDP from a dispensary in Colorado Springs and found a couple of seeds. Two were underdeveloped and one full grown. I sprouted it and grew it. My best grow, however, once I put it in flower it showed male traits. It grew straight male, no female traits whatsoever… Will the pollen carry straight GDP traits if I try crossing with other strains (want to cross with female SSH, PH, and or Sour D)? What might be the traits ratio? Hoping to gather female seeds

        6. Hi
          Not sure about your thoughts on the strength of sativa. Havi g smoked sativa in Afghanistan, pakistan, india, Thailand, load, Cambodia, etc. You do get very stoned, and the high is invigorating, even at times more than I have with Indica

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        8. Although I don’t grow personally, I particularly appreciate the information on the medicinal benifits of both THC & CBD. Thanks to your input, my wife, who currently suffers a severe case of anxiety, is now willing to consider cannabis as an option of treatment. Just wanna say thanks & keep up the good work.

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        14. Thank you Robert,this was Informative but Simple to Read I’ve had small gardens for 4years now but have received seeds from friends,next year I’d like to buy some land stains could you recommend some one.

        15. Thanks great info ( for northern hemisphere),I’ve tried to download the Bible 3 times ,I love yr site & will be investing in some product,just getting $ together

        16. Your Robert in your team I just recently today sent you an email about the truth of your Bible and the things that you’ve done for me my comment is maybe my problem with the nosy neighbor is my plants are getting too big in relatively I should probably shorten them up if all possible is there a way that I can grow ruderalis I live in North Eastern Colorado and I grow outside which nobody rarely does out here I have good success but now the height is going to get me and bite me in the butt I don’t want to break any rules or laws I want to abide by everything I am 60 years old and my sister 67 and I have a medical marijuana license to cultivate 2 travel with and 2 be a caregiver at this time we only receive a small amount of money on Social Security we live in our own house and with any help is there a fund me page that could help me maybe get a small Greenhouse nothing extravagant I don’t have the resources to do that but I love growing marijuana when you read this if you’d like to talk to me about this or I’ll send you some pictures I would be happy to do that I’m very proud of what I do and I’ve learned most of it through the years of doing it but I find it right down to a science with your Bible once again my name is John for girl in my sister Joanie and our dog Mister Miss Piggy please send me a reply and maybe you guys can help me out with the laws and getting this so I don’t hurt anybody or do anything that would a person wouldn’t like I’m kind of confused when I talk right now because the growing season is going to start and I’m coming up empty-handed cuz I don’t know anything about growing in the greenhouse or indoor growing thank you for listening to me and please get back to me sincerely John

        17. Holy crap, when I started smoking in the late seventies there were only a handful of different strains and it was very exciting (and rare) when something new showed up on the scene.

        18. statefarm,

          No, it is not that simple. You don’t use hemp seeds to breed auto flower genetics. You breed Ruderalis and a photo strain.

        19. Wow love this, you have put so much interesting information in layman’s terms. It is the first article I have read that I can make since out of. Just wanted to say Thank You Thank you very much. And if you cant tell I am a newbie to growing

        20. Is it really as simple as breeding a Ruderalis plant with indica or sativa plant to have auto flower seeds or is there more to it. I’m asking cause I have tons of hemp seeds that I share with farmers and would like to put more use to them

        21. I once crossed a white widow x blueberry sativa x ruderralis and i got a sexy 5’7″ish plants and a whopping 2.7 lbs of purple sticky reddish gooey buds. Not nine months but five and a half months.i fed them well with alaskan fish fertalizers and feather and bat guano. Nice fat little foot balls hanging every wheres. Now im stuck with some stupid crap that isnt growing to well. Ive been growing since i was 9 yrs old. I have two older brothers that grew massively atvone time or two south of coos bay , oregon. Back in the 50’s/60’s era.

        22. Good neighboring Robert. Your willingness to share understanding you have is noticeable and appreciated. I am glad you get to do what you love and share the love so far and wide. Cannabis is acceptable now in a way it has not recently been. We do have cause for celebration and the sound of gladness is growing stronger. You are offering help at your own expense and that is a wonderful share!

        23. THANK YOU ROBERT!! BOTH MY MOM & I REALLY APPRECIATE THIS FOR BOTH OUR PHYSICAL AND MENTAL WELL-BEING!!!

        24. Q: can you clone female auto-flowering strains, in particular afghan-indica-lowryder ruderalis hybrids?

        25. Avis N Kim,

          Of course. Once you take a cutting a root that cutting you have a clone that is the same genetic age as the mother plant you took the cutting from.

          You can continue to take clone from that mother. C1, or flower the mother p[lant once the cutting has rooted into a clone.

          I generally top a plant, and root that cutting. I allow the mother plant to veg. as I determine that the cutting has rooted into a clone. At that point I can flower the mother plant, and allow the new clone to veg for a few weeks when I would top her again and root, and so on, etc…etc.

        26. I’ve been reading about different strains in hopes of deciding which one to plant. I’m confused about one thing (so far!). When a description says, for example, “Flowering: 63 days,” does it mean the plant will flower *at* 63 days or *for* 63 days?

        27. If you want to know what kind of plants you have or genetics. You have from past how would you do that

        28. Hi Robert ,
          I have a few questions for you .
          I was given 2 seeds last year from a friend. She told me they were from a strain called “Tange” or “Tangie”. While in Durango Colorado, she had purchased a half-oz of Tange (Tangie) that had about 6 seeds. Both seeds germinated, but one was a male so I yanked it up. The other is maturing very well. Do you know if this strain is Sativa or Indica? What kind of high can I expect?

        29. Hi Idan, all I know is that it’s generally lower than Indica and Sativa. Other than that, grow methods determine a lot of the cntents too. – I❤️GM

        30. hey ! thanks for the ruderalis info! very interesting and informational. i was trying to find thc and cbd levels for cannabis ruderalis all te over the web.. is it possible to tell the avarage precentage of CBD and THC levels in cannabis ruderalis?
          thank you!

        31. Hi Michael, there’s been so much breeding the last 30 years that it’s gotten a bit out of hand haha. But I’d say there’s about 2000-3000 know strains at the moment.

        32. Q: do you have an estimate on how many total species there are of cannibas? Mainly trying to get an idea of how strains/species of both sativas and indicas???

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        35. Thinking about these 3 different varieties of cannabis makes me say that God really makes a way to reach out to us. When the unique genetics of these three are combined, it creates a perfect marijuana strain to address all our health issues, and to suit our different environment. I enjoy learning more about marijuana.

        36. Spunky,

          Sorry. I really have not got a great answer for you. All good genetics are fairly pungent in smell when burned.

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        42. I got it . Ruderalis , is not hemp only . Hardly . The strain has been perfected more each year . Auto flower , autofem , auto seed , mighty mite , snowstorm are the way to get it near you . It’s the future . Embrace . I just located in CO some alaskan thunder . Magnificient ! Taste and density top notch . Covered in gold/red hairs . Looking forward to trying afganistan/ruderalis cross strain .

        43. Cannabis Ruderalis , Is this the source for alaskan smoke ? Such as Matanuska TF ? Here in colorado we are moving fast . So does alaskan varities , correct ? Can northern strains be culivated with good results ? We are dying to know .