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Shop Indica Strains

One thing about found pre-dominantly in these strains is that they may lead to psychoactive effects due to higher THC content. Common effects of Indica dominant hybrid cannabis are sleepiness, increased appetite, relaxation, and effect related to the body. Shop our collection of Indica strains below:


What is Indica

As the name suggests, Indica-dominant hybrid weed carries more characteristics of Indica weed. Indica strains have been known to be higher in THC which may lead to more psychoactive effects. What you may expect is relaxation, appetite stimulation, sleepiness, and other body-related effects. Indica weed has been popular for treating pain, insomnia, nausea, and other medical benefits. The bud structure is typically more compact and shorter, sometimes with purple colors as well. If you’re looking for something similar to Indica weed, but blended in with a few hybrid effects, this may be a good choice for you. Again, you may have to test and try to find out your favorite strains, because they are all different!

Indica strains also present quite a few possible medicinal applications:

  • Relaxing muscles
  • Relaxing minds
  • Reducing nausea
  • Lessening excruciating pain
  • Upping positive effects of dopamine as a neurotransmitter, or the body’s chemical messenger
  • Better appetites
  • Recommended for evening use when activities are reduced or for sleeping
Cannabis indica strains originated in desert mountain regions of Afghanistan and Hindu Kush. Having adapted to arid climates, these plants usually grow small and stocky, looking more like a bush rather than a tree. When it comes to their structure, indica plants don’t really need a lot of water which isn’t surprising given their native regions. This variety of cannabis is also popular with indoor growers, as indica plants take much less space and tend to flower more quickly than sativa. Contrary to a common misconception, sativa strains are subspecies of indica plants — not the opposite.