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Sativa vs. Indiva

Discussion in 'Seasoned Marijuana Users' started by sinister93, Apr 1, 2016.

  1. Hey guys,
    So i've always been under the impression that indica plants usually have higher thc:cbd ratio. However, when I look at the indica or indica dominant strains at my local pot shop, they have little to no CBD (they have the percentages tested for THC-A, THC, CBN, CBD-A, CBD, CBG, CBG-A, CBC, and THCY)

    So do indica plants even need CBD to be considered "indica"? Or is this tests inaccurate? Im tokin on some LSD right now, even though it's a hybrid, im pretty sure it's indica dominant, and the CBD and CBD-A are at 0% :confusedalt:
  2. CBD really depends on the strain of indica or sativa. Some indica has high CBD and some sativa has high CBD.
  3. Yea strain has a lot to do with cbd content they have a 50/50 thc to cbd strain for medical patients but for rec use it was 80 for an eighth I believe
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