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Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC): psychoactive, euphoric, stimulant, muscle-relaxing, anti-epileptic, anti-emetic, anti-inflammatory, hypotensive, appetite stimulating, bronchiodilating, antidepressant, analgesic effects, provides neuroprotection

Cannabidiol (CBD): Those that experience the more schizophrenic like symptoms from cannabis may want to find a strain with higher CBD/THC RATIO. Limited research has shown CBD to help with convulsions, inflammation, anxiety, nausea, and slows down cancer cell growth. It is also a neuroprotective antioxidant. So for many who suffer these particular symptoms and would only like to treat these disorders, it would be ideal for breeders to develop strains with the greatest CBD content.

Cannabinol (CBN): the main result of THC degradation. The fresher the plant is, the less CBN. THC degrades with exposure to light and air and thus creates more CBN. CBN is helps lower intraocular pressure and is an anti-epileptic.

Cannabichromene (CBC): Medical research suggests it may aid as an anti-inflammatory and overall analgesic.

Cannabigerol (CBG): Shown to lower blood pressure in rats. It also seems to have a sedative affect and offers antimicrobial properties.

Indicas are commonly short to medium in height ( three to six feet tall ) with leaves that are short, wide, and deeply serrated. The buds are both compacted and dense. Indicas have a much more potent smell and when inhaled, often cause choking because of the thick smoke.

Indicas are more physiological having a more sedative effect. Indica dominant strains are good for relieving stress, give a calm or serene feeling, and used for an all around relaxing experience. Because of the more tranquilizing outcome, Indicas are better for non-active times of the day and right before bed.

Indica therapeutic benefits:

* Pain relief
* Facilitate Sleep
* Lessen headaches and migraines
* Reduce nausea
* Reduce stress and anxiety
* Reduce inflammation
* Reduce intra-ocular pressure
* Reduce seizure frequency
* Relaxes muscles
* Alleviate spasms
* Anti-convulsant

Sativas are usually a taller and slower growing and developing plant that normally has long narrow leaves. The buds are stretched, slender, and turn red as they mature in a warm environment and purplish in cool climates.

Sativas effects are often described as cerebral and/or energetic / emotional. Because of this more psychological component, the more pure sativa strains often give people a sense of well-being and confidence. However, those who suffer heightened anxiety or certain mental health conditions may need to use caution or something more along the indicas. Sativas are often more beneficial as a daytime medication.

Sativa therapeutic benefits:

* Reduce nausea
* Encourage appetite
* Moderate depression / elevate mood
* Lessen headaches and migraines
* Generally increases focus and imagination
* Energize and stimulate

Hybrids are the best of both worlds. They are cross-bred strains created to retain certain elements of Sativa and Indica, for a customized essence, and taste.