Sativa Cannabis Strains | Buy Sativa Weed Online in Canada

Medically Reviewed on September 3, 2021 by Dr. K Langdon

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Cannabis Sativa strains, also known as the “daytime cannabis,” is a tall plant with thin leaves. They are usually found in places with dry and hot climates with long, sunny days and cultivated worldwide, including Africa and Central America to further east in places like South-east Asia and some parts of western Asia. Many call Sativa strains daytime weed mainly because it induces euphoria and alertness with refreshingly-increased energy and focus.

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What are Sativa Weed Strains?

Sativa weed strains are a subcategory of the cannabis family. Indica and hybrid strains are the other two subcategories. These plants contain tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) that induces the effects usually associated with marijuana use. The THC content in this strain is higher than CBD, which makes it ideal for recreational purposes.

These plants are tall plants with thin leaves and long cone-shaped buds. Besides, cannabis Sativa plants are common in warmer climates closer to the equator and have longer summers. Sativa marijuana needs a more extended timeframe to flower, which is where the longer summers come in handy.

Furthermore, Sativa cannabis strains often provide effects that include increases in happiness, energy, focus, and relaxation. These sensations make Sativa weed ideal for daytime use. However, it is essential to note that not all Sativa strains induce effects suitable for day use. Some Sativa strains can cause effects that are similar to that of Indica strains.

Whatever the case, millions of cannabis users in Canada take marijuana for a wide range of reasons.

For a comparison of Sativa and Indica weed strains, you can visit our Sativa vs Indica guide.

Benefits of THC
Benefits of THC

Expected Benefits of Using Sativa Weed

People take cannabis for a variety of reasons. Some take it to help with medical conditions, some take it for its therapeutic properties, and some just want to enhance the fun in whatever they are doing. Whatever the case, marijuana helps millions of people throughout the world.

Sativa strains are so popular due to their uplifting effects or the ‘high.’ Sativa induces euphoria and provides the consumer with renewed energy and focus. They give a sort of “head high,” which makes consumers feel more revitalized. They feel more alert and sensitive to the movements and sensations around them.

However, it is essential to note that THC can affect people differently, and the effects can be different from person to person. You will likely experience other effects than what someone else would (even if you are smoking the same joint).

Below are some of the most common effects associated with Sativa marijuana use:

Relaxation Happiness Uplifted-ness
Focus Creativity Energy
Euphoria Head High Sedation
Hunger Increase Creativity Giggles
Invigorating Reduce Stress Reduce Anxiety

The above list is only a snapshot of some of the most common effects of Sativa weed. There are hundreds of different sensations that can come from marijuana use.

However, due to the lesser amount of yield than other cannabis strains, the Sativa strain is scarce in the medical consumers market, which has opened doors for the black market to milk desperate users. Even then, consumers may find themselves buying the wrong strain under Sativa strains’ garb because there is no concern for health, only profit. For this reason, health officials recommend not to buy anything health-related from the black market as it may have severe side effects.

Medical Benefits

Medical marijuana patients have used cannabis Sativa for ages, mainly because marijuana is relatively safer than the extensive set of medical benefits it provides. Also, the typical set of effects are often suitable for daytime use and can help get people through the day.

Sativa strains are generally known for their cerebral effects, meaning that their point of the target is the cerebrum (two cerebral hemispheres)which is the epicentre of most day-to-day activities. From movement to smelling to hearing and seeing, the cerebrum controls everything, which is why Sativa increases our ability to sense things while also increasing the efficiency of our decision-making and problem-solving skills. Sativa cannabis can potentially reduce fatigue, nausea, stress and pain while also immensely helpful to people with PTSD and other such psychological conditions.

Below are some of the most common medical uses of Sativa cannabis:

Anxiety Depression Stress
Aches Pains Inflammation
Muscle Spasms Insomnia Lack of Appetite
Vomiting ADD/ADHD PTSD
Glaucoma Epilepsy Addictions
Fatigue Nausea Spasticity
Movement Disorders Autoimmune Issues Psychiatric Symptoms

If you don’t see your medical condition on this list, don’t worry. The above list is only some of the most common medical uses of marijuana. There are hundreds of different medical conditions that can potentially be treated with weed use. On top of that, the list is growing every year.

Possible Side Effects

Side effects of weed are known to be minor in seriousness and very short in duration. This relatively low risk is a big reason why marijuana is now legal in Canada and many other countries worldwide. Typically, users will only suffer from red eyes and dry mouth. Naturally, any more severe adverse effects are due to overconsumption.

Furthermore, cannabis is a drug that causes intoxication. We highly recommend avoiding dangerous activities such as operating heavy machinery or driving. Consumers are also advised not to mix their cannabis with other drugs or alcohol because the effects are more intense. It can also result in

serve adverse effects including hypertension, blood-shot eyes, injury, or even cardiac arrhythmias if undergoing alcohol withdrawal at the same time.

Below are some of the most common adverse effects associated with Sativa weed use.

Dry Mouth Red Eyes Lethargy
Dizziness Paranoia Anxiousness
Headaches Nausea Vomiting
Chest Pain Rapid Heart Rate Memory Retention Issues
Coordination Issues Respiratory Irritation Increased Heart Rate
Low Blood Pressure Drowsiness Restlessness

Best Sativa Strains

The good news is that there are currently hundreds of different cannabis Sativa strains in Canada. Besides, a large proportion of them is readily available at any weed dispensary in Canada. So which Sativa strain should you buy? There are so many Sativa strains to choose from that customers sometimes get a bit overwhelmed. Others tend to embrace the selection and attempt to try as many of the marijuana strains as possible. This testing of various strains is a great way to figure out which you prefer.

For those more on a budget, here are some of the most popular Sativa strains in Canada:

Amnesia Haze Strain Blue Dream Strain Duke Nukem Strain
Durban Poison Strain Jet Fuel Strain Grapefruit Strain
King Tut Strain Lemon Skunk Strain Love Potion Strain
Maui Wowie Strain Mimosa Strain Moby Dick Strain
Pineapple Express Strain Purple Haze Strain Red Congo Strain
Scout Master Strain Sour Diesel Strain Sour Tangie Strain
Strawberry Cough Strain Super Lemon Haze Strain Trainwreck Strain
Wedding Cake Strain Wifi Strain
Amnesia Haze Strain Blue Dream Strain Duke Nukem Strain
Durban Poison Strain Jet Fuel Strain Grapefruit Strain
King Tut Strain Lemon Skunk Strain Love Potion Strain
Maui Wowie Strain Mimosa Strain Moby Dick Strain
Pineapple Express Strain Purple Haze Strain Red Congo Strain
Scout Master Strain Sour Diesel Strain Sour Tangie Strain
Strawberry Cough Strain Super Lemon Haze Strain Trainwreck Strain
Wedding Cake Strain Wifi Strain
Amnesia Haze Strain Blue Dream Strain Duke Nukem Strain
Durban Poison Strain Jet Fuel Strain Grapefruit Strain

Best Ways to Take Sativa Strains

You can take Cannabis Sativa strains in several different ways. Below are some of the most common ways you can take marijuana.

  • Smoking a joint: This is one of the most common ways of consuming cannabis, and rightly so because it only takes a few puffs for cannabis to start taking effect. The high from this method may last as long as 1-3 hours.
  • Vaping it: Vaporizers are one of the healthiest ways of consuming cannabis. Trichomes are separated by the heat and mixed with vapour. This process makes this method just as efficient as smoking a joint but without odour. The effects of this method can last for a couple of hours.
  • Eating it in edibles: The cleanest and the subtlest way of consuming cannabis is by ingesting it via edibles. The THC content does not start taking effect immediately because it enters the human system, and the liver must first process it. This whole system can take as long as 30 minutes, so the consumer must be patient while waiting for the desired experience.
  • Smoke it in a pipe

Cannabis Dosage Chart:

The good thing about cannabis is that it is impossible to over-consume enough to cause serious problems. The worst that could happen is taking too much and feeling a bit uncomfortable for a short time. You should take reasonable doses to prevent any adverse effects due to overconsumption.

Below you will find a cannabis dosage chart. This chart should only be used as a guideline as many other variables can affect the effects felt by an individual. For example, a 250 lb individual who smokes weed every day will be able to take more than a 100 lb person who rarely takes cannabis. Therefore, you should start slow and work your way up if you are unsure.

LEVEL POTENCY (THC) EFFECTS FOR WHO?
Microdose < 3% Non-Psychoactive Microdosers
Low 3 - 9% Light New Stoners
Moderate 10 - 18% Moderate Moderate Stoners
High 19 - 25% High Heavy Stoners
Stoner > 25% Intense Master Stoners

For a more detailed breakdown, you can check out our guide to all things cannabis.

Alternative Products

Before looking for new alternatives, the consumer must familiarise himself with the different THC and CBD content categories found in each strain. This differentiation might prove essential as this will inform the consumers of their needs and which product will best suit their needs.

The three categories are as follows:

Dominant THC content: Consumers looking for a euphoric experience should look no further. This category contains strains that contain an immense amount of THC content than strains in other types, consequently meaning that they provide a better euphoric and psychedelic experience. You can also use the strains in this category to treat medical conditions like pain, insomnia, anxiety, and stress. For people with anxiety about the usage of THC can look for strains with higher CBD content.

Dominant CBD content: This category is perfect for consumers looking for products that can provide clear-headedness and symptom relief. The strains in this category have a very high CBD content with minimal THC.

Balanced CBD and THC content: This is the middle for THC and CBD. The THC and CBD content is the same, meaning that it will provide a mild euphoric experience and symptom relief. This category is especially recommended for newcomers as it is a preferable way of getting accustomed to THC.

After being familiarised with the categories, here are some of the most popular alternatives to regular marijuana buds:

Cannabis Concentrates are products with high levels of THC and minimal plant matter. The beneficial compounds are separated from the unwanted plant material, leaving a purer and more potent product. Some of the most common weed concentrates include hash, shatter, budder, THC oil, live resin, THC distillate, and weed vapes.

As the name suggests, cannabis concentrates are high in their THC content. Estimations state that there is up to 3x the typical THC content in cannabis concentrates. We advise that consumers limit their intake as the side effects can be severe.

Weed Edibles are cannabis products that you can eat. Many cannabis edibles are everyday food items infused with THC. Some of Canada’s most famous marijuana edibles include THC gummies, THC chocolate, weed cookies, THC capsules, and THC tinctures. We advise consumers of weed edibles to be patient in experiencing the effects of weed edible as they do not work like traditional methods. The THC must first be converted into 11-hydroxy THC4 by the liver, and only then can it be absorbed by the cells. This process can take up to 30 minutes and is why weed edibles are one of the most commonly abused cannabis products because consumers, especially newcomers, carelessly commit overconsumption, resulting in severe side effects.

CBD Products are items that do not cause intoxication. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a cannabinoid that is in cannabis. However, CBD does not attach to receptors in the brain and causes the intoxicating effects generally associated with THC use. Some of Canada’s most common cannabidiol products include CBD oil, CBD capsules, CBD edibles, CBD vapes, and CBD gummies.

Magic Mushrooms products are those that contain the hallucinatory drug psilocybin. These products are perfect for those looking for a much more intense experience. Some of the most sought-after shroom products include dried shrooms, shroom chocolate, shroom gummies, shroom capsules, and shroom tea. The use of psychedelics or hallucinogens does not come free-of-cost. Consumers must be fully aware of the side effects of using such substances to prove to have devastating consequences. The consumer may be able to see, hear, or feel things that will not be real but will influence the consumer’s acts in response to the new imaginary stimulus. Hallucinogens like magic mushrooms may even become the reason for the consumer to suffer from extreme paranoia or anxiety. The consumption of other drugs or alcohol alongside magic mushrooms may prove to be even more devastating as that can amplify the effects. Driving while under the influence of these hallucinogens is also a big no-no as the driver may suffer from lack of coordination5, dizziness or drowsiness.

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