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Frequently asked questions about Indica

Biologists classified this cannabis variety in the 18th century. Using powerful Indica genetics, Indica marijuana seeds allow cultivators to produce some of the most relaxing and satisfying strains. Compared to Sativas, Indica plants have a different appearance, characterized by shorter and bushier growth and wider leaves. Their buds are dense and produce a body high with a pronounced relaxing sensation, known as a couch-lock effect. Its genetics comes from the Himalayan region, where weed plants have grown on mountain slopes naturally and adapted to harsh growing environments. Due to a short flowering period, it is in demand by many growers, especially those who live in regions with a short summer period. Thanks to their compact size, Indica plants are easy to manage in indoor growth conditions and are considered to be economically viable.
If you are lucky to live in a U.S. state with legalized marijuana, you’ll have no trouble purchasing cannabis Indica seeds. As a rule, dispensaries that offer Indica seeds for sale near your house can’t boast of a wide variety of seeds since most of them focus on selling weed flowers and consumable products. Online seed banks offer a bewildering array of seeds, so you can choose a breeder and a strain you prefer. Usually, consumers opt for the best Indica seeds with premium-quality genetics from companies that have stood the test of time. You’ll find feminized and autoflower Indica seeds for sale online that can be delivered straight to your doorstep. Also, you can buy seeds from international vendors and some U.S. states as souvenirs because federal laws don’t allow weed transportation across borders. You can grow these seeds on your property if it is legal in your jurisdiction.
In general, Indica plants don’t require an experienced hand to grow. When growing them from seeds, expect a shorter germination period than typical for Sativas, but they also require warm temperatures of 71-75°F (22-24°C). The plants develop thick woody trunks to support future buds and fat leaves. They start bloom more rapidly than Sativas, forming flowers after 7-9 weeks. Since Indicas originate from cool, mountainous areas, their plants are used to sudden temperature drops and easily adapt to new environments. The only downside is that their bushy leaves and dense buds leave less room for free air circulation and are prone to mold. To increase airflow, trim the fan leaves in the later blooming stage. You can also cultivate plants indoors but monitor humidity levels regularly.
Weed seeds have an undeniable appeal and beauty. Their shell comes in various shades of brown and has a wax coating. Some seeds have tiger stripes, and others feature a homogenous surface coloration. In fact, it is hard to distinguish between Sativa and Indica weed seeds. There are no visual differences, but everything is coded in cannabis genetics encased inside a seed that carries information about its variety, the sex of the plant, and its cannabinoid and terpene profile. You can tell the difference only by growing the seeds. In this case, you rely on a seed company, so you should buy Indica seeds from a reputable supplier. A fun fact is that weed seeds are edible and beneficial for human health, though cultivating them brings more fun. Adult Indica plants are bushy, produce pungent, musky, or earthy aromas, contain more CBD than Sativas, and are intended for nighttime use.
Strains with dominant Indica genetics tend to produce a strong body buzz and a long-lasting high. The stereotype of a lazy stoner originates from the condition that smokers experience after a serious Indica session, usually resulting in couch-lock effects. Pure Indica seeds and plants are well known as a nighttime choice, the polar opposite of Sativas with their mental and cerebral effects. Their euphoric high arrives faster than that from smoking Sativas. Powerful physical effects make Indicas a popular choice with medical growers. Users report they help with various ailments, such as migraines, chronic pain, anxiety, stress, and seizures. There is an increasing tendency to crossbreed Indicas and Sativas to create hybrid strains that feature the best traits of both varieties.