Sativa | Noun

/sə-ˈtē-və/

  1. Cannabis sativa is a phrase often utilized to describe a cannabis product with uplifting, cerebral, and energetic outcomes. Sativa cultivars feature long, thin enthusiast leaves and tend to have long flowering occasions. Sativas thrive in warmer environments, such as Southeast Asia and Central and South America and will obviously grow up to 12 feet tall within a season. The overall perception is that it provides a more energizing and innovative high, even though it can prompt stress in some individuals. Sativa can also be helpful for those who have depression, headaches, nausea, and appetite loss. Sativa plants often include more THC than CBD.