Popular Hybrid Strains
The term says it all: Hybrids are developed by mixing Sativa and Indica strains.
This is the broadest category of cannabis strains. You’ll find countless strains, and you’ll probably enjoy experimenting with different ones. Breeders think of unique combinations between various Sativas, Indicas, and Hybrids, with the goal to produce weed with better effects and fewer side effects.
Indicas are native to Afghanistan, Turkey, Pakistan, and India. Sativas are native to Africa, Southeast Asia, and Central America. As for Hybrids, they are native to greenhouses all around the world. These strains don’t occur naturally. They require careful combinations and breeding that are elevated to the status of science.
We cannot talk about the typical THC to CBD ratio since each hybrid strain is a story of itself. However, we can talk about the effects, which are quite balanced.
There are three types of Hybrids:
- 50-50 Indica-Sativa
Depending on the level of Indica and Sativa, the appearance of the Hybrid will be more similar to the more dominant strain. The same goes for the effects.
If we’re talking about a 70/30 Sativa-dominant hybrid, it usually means that its effects are uplifting, buttoned down with the relaxing touch of Indica properties in the plant. A Hybrid can be suitable for claiming pain and anxiety flare-ups, but it may also be great for sparking creativity. It all depends on the blend.
Will you use a Hybrid during daytime or nighttime? That depends on the type of hybrid. As we said, this is a broad category with many different strains. We recommend reading in-depth reviews and user feedback before you try a new strain.