The cannabis indica plant derived from Indica strains is shorter and bushier than its Sativa cousin. Indica strains are most associated with a sleepy, relaxing body high. It’s standard advice for those looking for medicinal strains to alleviate pain, sleeplessness, nausea, or anorexia.
Let’s have a look at a few of the strains.
These strains can be a good choice if you’re seeking a way to relax.
This strain’s purple blossoms, sweet berry aroma, and sedative properties have made it a favorite among consumers, and its acronym, GDP, often refers to it.
The reviewers all say they are in a calm state of mind. Multiple commenters have said that it should only be used in the evenings to help them relax.
This strain, an indica hybrid of Wedding Cake and Gelato #33, is also very popular. Leafly users, as a whole, tend to be more laid back than the general population. Several reviewers have mentioned feeling a little giddy elation at first with this strain, which eventually gives way to a state of profound relaxation.
Whether or whether cannabis aids sleep is still debatable, but users claim certain strains effectively put them to sleep.
This hybrid of Thai and Afghani indica has become a favorite among sleep-deprived consumers. Some reviewers have mentioned that they could slumber more deeply after using this strain.
Don’t smoke this if you have a lot on your plate; that’s the case with most Indica varieties. Several reviewers have compared this strain with a sedative because of how easily it causes their bodies to relax and sink into the sofa. Check the THC percentage of the product you’re considering purchasing, especially if you’re new to cannabis.
The sedative properties of this Indica strain make it a fan favorite. Its taste is described as having undertones of vanilla and caramel.
These strains have the potential to alleviate a variety of pain conditions, from menstrual cramps to chronic pain.
This Indica-dominant hybrid is well-liked by those suffering from chronic and acute pain because of its strong aroma. Those who have tried dosilato report that it is effective against various painful conditions, from migraines to nerve pain.
GMO Cookies, also known as Garlic Cookies, are a hybrid of Chemdawg and GSC with a high THC content. Do not worry about the name. In relation to this strain’s distinctive aroma, the “GMO” stands for garlic, mushrooms, and onions.
As a result of its moderate THC content, this indica variety is often suggested to first-time users. It has a reputation for producing a state of calm and relaxation and a little sense of exhilaration.
If you want to whet your appetite, try any of these varieties.
Zkittlez, another low-THC strain, might be a suitable choice for those just getting started with cannabis. At least one Leafly reviewer claims this is the strain that works to increase their appetite.
This robust combination of Do-Si-Dos and Purple Punch combines many of the desirable effects of Indica strains (such as sedation, increased hunger, and a general sense of well-being).
Some people report that eating blue cheese makes them hungrier. It’s also favored since it doesn’t have an overpowering sedative effect, so it’s not limited to bedtime usage.
Physically and psychologically, the blooms of different cannabis Sativa plants are similar. While these strains are often praised for their energetic, uplifting, and creative qualities, it’s crucial to keep in mind that individual tolerance, environment, and other circumstances may significantly alter how you feel under their influence.
It’s important to remember to start with a shallow dose when attempting a new strain. If the first dosage is well tolerated, you may gradually increase it.