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Sativa vs Indica explained in one image only

Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by Superjoint, Apr 18, 2016.

  1. Sativa vs Indica

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  2. That's Totally true. I think it applies to land race strains mainly. Problem is recently I think it's a lot harder to describe the difference, cause most strains have aspects of both highs. :( maybe it'll be even harder in the future.
  3. Prior to legalization in WA it was hard to tell for certain whether or not the bud you got from a grower or dealer is Indica or Sativa, since most bud here is blended to one degree or another. It was actually easier to go by strain rather than classification.

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