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why are sativa's offered?

Discussion in 'Medical Marijuana Usage and Applications' started by TheHerbHunt, Jun 4, 2009.

  1. I thought indica was the pain killing and medical type of bud, but I see a lot of people talking about buying sativa strains. Wouldnt the government have jumped on it by now?
  2. all the sativas i've smoked, give you a very happy uplifting high, laughing, that sort of stuff, plus loads of energy, maybe for depression? idk just putting that out there
  3. i think sativas are for depression problems.
  4. oh yea that makes sense..thanks cause it was messing with my head
  5. I have been diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and reoccurring Major Depression. Sativas help me rise above the fog in my head so that I can think clearly and rationally. I like to smoke at the end of a particularly hard day or on the weekend so that I can unwind, evaluate my situation and my emotions, and make a reasonable plan to cope with the problems I face and improve my situation. I have severe anxiety and am socially withdrawn, and sativas help with that, too. I recommend trying sativas alongside psychotherapy to anyone who suffers from depression and is considering MMJ. One of the things I like about sativas is that unlike indicas (which I will take if I can't sleep due to night-time anxiety), they don't make me sleepy or otherwise hinder me from living the active, alert lifestyle I want.

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