About Sativa Strains


SATIVA CANNABIS STRAIN Sativa cannabis strains have a higher level of THC and lower levels of CBD as opposed to Indica Strains which have higher levels of CBD and lower levels of THC. The THC cannabinoid levels in Sativa strains are very high making it less likely used for medicinal purposes. Nevertheless, these strains are still used in Ayurvedic Medicine, one of the oldest holistic healing treatments in the world.

Sativa strains can produce large marijuana plants and can grow up to 15 feet tall in some cases. These strains are believed to have originated from countries close to the equator such as Mexico, Thailand, South East Asia, and Columbia.

It is ideal for growing in warmer climates.  The ideal temperature for the growth of sativa strains is above 30° N i.e. in warmer climates. Shifting the life cycle of cannabis plants grown from this strain have little or no effects on their growth duration. Even though these plants don’t grow really thick, a lot of growers prefer this plant due to the fact that they grow very tall.


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Reports have shown that sativa products are preferred by many medical cannabis users.


  • Alertness
  • Awake
  • Energy Boost
  • Creativity Boost
  • Increased Focus

This strain is known to boost creativity depending on the type of person you are. Sativas is perfect for active lifestyles as well as artists. It boosts your energy levels and opens your mind up to new ideas.


Medicinal Uses of the Sativa Cannabis Strain

Users of sativa cannabis strain report that this strain can be used to treat or suppress the following medical conditions:

The sativa cannabis strains are often dried, cooked and consumed. This strain doesn’t make you stony like the sedative effects of the Indica Cannabis Strains.

*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This is not medical advice to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.*

FL Marijuana Products Made From Sativa Strains:


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