Indica vs Sativa vs Hybrid
Typical CBD to THC ratio: Sativa has lower CBD levels and higher THC levels.
Commonly associated side effects of use: Sativas most common side effects include a "mind high" or an energizing, anxiety-relieving impact. You may feel productive and creative instead of relaxed and lazy if you use Indica-dominant strains (more below).
Daytime or nighttime use: Sativa can be used during the day or at night because of its stimulating effects.
Typical CBD to THC ratio: Indica strains have higher CBD levels and lower THC levels than other strains.
Commonly associated side effects of use: Indica is prized for its deeply relaxing properties. It may also help with nausea and pain and increase appetite.
Daytime or nighttime use: Indica is best taken at night due to its profound relaxing effects.
Typical CBD to THC ratio: Many hybrid cannabis plants are designed to increase the THC percentage, but each type has a unique balance of the two cannabinoids.
Commonly associated effects of use: Producers and breeders select hybrids for their impact. These effects range from reducing anxiety and stress to easing symptoms of chemotherapy or radiation.
Daytime or nighttime use: This depends on the dominant effects of the hybrid.