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South Indian

Typical effects include Happy

Typical Effects

Happy
Happy
Focused
Focused
Relaxed
Relaxed

Common Usage

Arthritis
Arthritis
Pain
Pain
Migraines
Migraines

About South Indian

When you need a burst of inspiration and energy that could last you for days, why not turn to one of the original sativa strains that’s known around the world? To fill an order this tall, you need South Indian. Sometimes referred to as South Indian Sativa, this plant is native to India and offers the world an interesting set of flavors along with rejuvenating effects.

This strain brings the perfect amount of THC to the table, making her 15% average ideal for brand new and experienced smokers. The appearance of this plant’s buds vary based on where exactly they’re grown, but most feature an array of green tones, thick trichomes, and multi-colored pistols. What South Indian is best known for are her flavors, as mango, diesel, and cheese fill your nose and tickle your taste buds. In many cases, you either love or hate this strain.

For individuals who aren’t too keen on her taste, South Indian makes up for it with her effects. Artists and musicians particularly love this plant for her ability to generate massive amounts of inspiration that’s both focused and uplifting in nature. Whether you have a huge creative wall to climb or simply a tedious to-do list that’s been haunting you, allow this bud to relax your worries and bring you to a place of peace. Did we mention you’ll get the munchies too? Make sure you prepare for those, as they hit hard and fast.

As a strain that many turn to for the relief of mental and physical pain, South Indian has become well-known in the medical cannabis community. Imagine being hindered due to stress, depression, or chronic pain, and then envision the difference a strain like this can make in your life. Suddenly, the ability to enjoy a normal day and be fully functional becomes a reality that many don’t want to give up.

South Indian has adapted to her sometimes harsh climate and thrives in warmer outdoor environments, although she’ll do just fine inside as well. A pretty easy plant to manage, she’s resistant to mold, mildew, and pests. Flowering in around 8 to 9 weeks, South Indian’s yield is slightly less than some of her other landrace counterparts, but that doesn’t make her any less special.

Relatively easy to find on the market, this pure sativa could potentially be a godsend to those who struggle to get through the day. Whether it’s your mind or your body that has become your own worst enemy, give South Indian a try and see how she enhances your life. You may find that her flavor is too offputting and you’d rather choose something else as your wake and bake strain, but once you experience her effects that may not matter as much after all.


Common Usage

Arthritis4/10

Pain10/10

Migraines2/10

Stress8/10

Depressed6/10

Typical Effects

Happy6/10

Focused4/10

Relaxed10/10

Hungry2/10

Energetic8/10

THC Content

Highest Test15%

Strain Average15%

Sativa Average13.5%

Wikileaf Average18%

Wikileaf Highest35%


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