About Swiss Sativa
Grown in the beautiful mountains of Switzerland, Swiss Sativa refers to a variety of plants that are indigenous to the region. These landraces can sometimes grow with indica-leaning effects but for the most part remain purely sativa through and through. Swiss Sativa is often used to create complex hybrid strains as her set of effects, flavors, and growing patterns are favorable.
You might think that with a 10% THC average, this strain is only for beginners, however that couldn’t be further from the truth. The Swiss Sativa experience begins with her gorgeous light green nugs that boast bright pistils and a thick layer of white trichomes. Users tend to really enjoy her flavors and aromas, which blend wood, spice, citrus, and earth with the occasional hint of skunk.
It’s best to know your limits when it comes to Swiss Sativa, because even though her potency seems low, you can overdo it and end up with anxiety and paranoia. For those who take it easy, you’ll enjoy a set of euphoric and cerebral effects that are great for the early part of your day. This strain imparts massive amounts of energy that allows you to get chores done, demolish your to-do list, and even finish your workday with enough spunk left over for a night on the town. You get all of this with the added benefit of a body buzz - pretty nice, huh?
Medical patients often overlook Swiss Sativa, but this plant tends to work wonders for those who suffer from depression, stress, and anxiety. Despite imparting users with energy, this strain has a way of calming the mind and allowing you to focus on what you want to be thinking about instead of letting your worries take over. Bodily pain, including headaches, cramps, and more are knocked out by the physically soothing effects, and if you deal with fatigue, get ready to kiss that ailment goodbye!
Swiss Sativa has adapted to a wide range of growing conditions, making it an ideal choice for any home cultivator. While you can plant her inside or outdoors, keep in mind that she does best with a lot of light. A pretty sturdy plant that’s resistant to mold, pests, and mildew, users only have to wait between 7 and 9 weeks for their harvest to be ready.
If you get the chance to buy this strain at your local dispensary, take advantage of it as it’s one of the few landraces still out there. While breeding technology has produced some amazing plants, Swiss Sativa is one of the OG types of flowers that you have to experience just once. Keep some on your bed stand for the ultimate in wake and bake convenience and then get ready to take on the world!