Just a couple of things…

It’s challenging to reframe the almost ingrained tribal mysticism of the “Indica vs. Sativa” conversation. Simply put, in context, those ‘labels’ are incorrect. They are used to typify a broad effect generalization – “Indica” being a more calming, relaxing, sedating effect and “Sativa” being a more energizing, uplifting effect, though those erroneous labels are proving an outdated model for understanding effects. The terms ‘broad leaf’ and ‘narrow leaf’ (in regards to cultivars, supplanting the indica/ Sativa fallacy – though to be clear, the broad leaf cultivars are those previously typified as Indica, expressing the shorter, busier broader leaf phenotype – and significantly higher thc/ resin production – and the narrow leaf cultivars are the misnamed Sativa (since higher thc/ resin production inherently baseline these cultivars as strongly derivative of true Indica ancestry, it is worth noting the expression of strongly Sativa traits in the phenotypes)

Based on current understanding, the true holistic effect expression is a result of so much more than simply thc percent and ‘Indica or sativa’. It’s all about the terpenes and the specific combinative encoding of strain specific profiles (think recipes – combinations of specific types, amounts of terpenes)