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    I love my Indicas they are best for my needs(extreme pain, stress, anxiety, and insomnia due to pain/stress). Although a nice hybrid heavy on the Sativa side is great for day smoke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by new_guy View Post
    yeah haze is a Sativa,

    there is also a third type of weed.... and our government (the uk) was growing it in a field in england somewhere, and some young people found it and thought they had hit the jack pot with a huge field of weed growing in it. However, much to their demise, it was not a THC producing species (indica or sativa).
    That would be the Ruderalis sub species of Cannabis, used in the creation of autoflowers as far as we(the recreational user) are concerned, it produces barely any thc or cbd, however as it hails from regions such as Far Northern Europe, and Siberia, it has to be a genetic cycle, as opposed to a natural cycle.

    Funnily enough we have 3 farms in the UK with license to grow any strain of cannabis suited to their needs, incidentally all 3 farms are owned by big pharma.

    The plants they grow will get you high for sure, its for the development of the drug Sativex, for Altzeimers, Huntingdons, and Ms primarily.

    Just helping to keep the loop going...

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    very interesting BB

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    THNX. Some good info here.

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    about 12 years there was a field neer aberdeen that was full of plants we had black bags full of it but got nothing from it

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    very interesting read !!!

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    I like to do a bit of writing and muck around on my decks when I've had a smoke - i assume then that a sativa would be the way to go?

    my first grow i gonna be an auto - does anyone know of a sativa dominant auto?

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    hemp grown for materials etc, or a ruderalis a wild variety

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    Quote Originally Posted by new_guy View Post
    yeah haze is a Sativa,

    there is also a third type of weed.... and our government (the uk) was growing it in a field in england somewhere, and some young people found it and thought they had hit the jack pot with a huge field of weed growing in it. However, much to their demise, it was not a THC producing species (indica or sativa).
    rudaralis is the 3rd type of weed no thc in it they use it for clothes and textiles
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    Ok Re: Cannabis....

    All Cannabis is Classified as Cannabis Sativa L.

    Sub Species include... Cannabis sativa, Cannabis Indica, Cannabis Ruderalis, Cannabis Chinesis, Cannabis Kafiristanica & some more I can't remember off the top of my head.

    Sativa = Originate from Equatorial areas, give or take 15 degrees lattitude either side. They're long flowering, High in THC, Low in CBD. Sometimes they have no CBD & the Equatorial Pure Landrace Sativas are vey High in THCV, Tetrahydrocannabinol ( a very Psychoactive cannabinoid, present in Sativas that get high levels of Ultra Violet rays)...High THc, with ThCV 7 no CbD = Very Psychoactive High, no couchlock & even trippy

    Indica = Shorter plants, High in THC & Higher levels of CBD, most strains of Indica originate from the Hindu Kush mountain range, or Afghanistan, though there are also others from India & Nepal...The Ratio of High THC & raised levels of CBD gives a very heavy stoney effect

    Cannabis Ruderalis = Plants originating from Russia & certain other areas. Ruderalis was originally a wild Plant species which flowered in proportion to the length of it's life rather than photoperiod. Breeders started to incoorporate Ruderalis with Indica & Sativa crosses to bring down the flowering times.
    Long before the current trend for autoflowering Hybrids, seeds that were bred with Ruderalis were generally considered a total waste of time, as they were Low in THC as are Most Autoflowering Hybrids.

    Hope that explains it ok

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    Oh I forgot to tell you about Haze...

    Haze
    was bred out in the 1970's by two Brothers from California & their Nickname was the Haze Bros. They wanted to create the Ultimate Sativa Cross & after many years they crossed Columbian, Mexican & Thai Sativas to Create the Original Haze

    They eventually retired from breeding & on a trip to Amsterdam they passed some of Their Haze seeds on to Neville. Neville created Nevilles Haze by adding a touch of Northern Lights to bring down the Flowering time

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    Quote Originally Posted by syanlar View Post
    Sativa's get you high, Indica's get you stoned.
    Sativa's grow tall and lanky, Indica's short and bushy.
    Sativa's take more than 14wks to finish, Indica's about 8-10wks
    Sativa's have a higher THC > CBD ratio, THC get's u high, CBD stoned.
    Sativa's are very light feeders, Indica's more often than not heavy feeders.

    Sativa's are normally called haze/have haze genetics in them and their genetics come from places like Thailand, Cambodia, Hawaii and the like.

    Indica's are normally Kush and the like and their genetics come from places like pakistan, morrocco, nepal etc.

    Most people grow Indica/Sativa hybrids, normally leaning towards the Indica side as they are easier to grow indoors, and produce bigger yields in a shorter time.

    Depends what you are after. If you are patient, have the room and prefer to get high and giggly and still have the energy/motivation to get something done then grow sativas or sativa dominant hybrids.

    If you are after a quick easy smoke that will get you stoned then lean towards an Indica.

    Hope that helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cannagrower View Post
    I only ever grow Indica as they are smaller and easier to hide, as I do my growing outside
    yep agreed with that

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    sativas make me more like "up", high i guess, whereas indicas just chill me right out. i do love them both tho!
    i didnt know they used ruderalis to make autoflowering strains, i'll be keeping away from them from now on. screw ruderalis its bullshit! it should be banned! oh hold on...

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    genes with the higher thc, that is better for smoking.
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    Very useful info

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    heres a great strain check it out people

    https://www.thctalk.com/cannabis-foru...post1069118662

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    It's not a great strain lol

    stop spamming the forum by bumping old threads :/

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    Thanks for sharing that – I’m really impressed!
    Nice job – keep it up!

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