Cannabis is typically classified into two main categories: Sativa and Indica. Each of the plant strains look and behave differently as they grow. They are said to have distinct chemical makeups that define their highs and applications.
However, recent research has shed new light on the topic, and the two breeds may be more alike than we’ve previously thought. We’re going to talk about how the plants differ physically, then we’re going to explore how the classical view and the new science stack up.
Looks and Growth
Whatever the chemical makeup of the plant, the two strains are noticeably different physically.
Indicas tend to be shorter plants with wider leaves. They are generally 2-6 feet tall and take 6-8 weeks to flower. They have higher yields and denser buds. These factors make them good