If you want to think about it this way, you can use sativas to stand up, and indicas to sit down, but what about a balance? Maybe you like a balance of both of those effects. Luckily, hybrid strains from bhang-bhang.store/shop/flower/hybrid-strains sometimes offer the best of both of these strains. Let’s look to one more time to breakdown hybrid strains:

  • Origin: Hybrids are typically grown on farms or in greenhouses from a combination of Sativa and indica strains.

  • Plant description: The appearance of hybrid strains depends on the combination of the parent plants.

  • Typical CBD to THC ratio: Many hybrid cannabis plants are grown in order to increase the THC percentage, but each type has a unique ratio of the two cannabinoids.

  • Commonly associated effects of use: Farmers and producers select hybrids for their unique impacts. They can range from reducing anxiety and stress to easing symptoms of chemotherapy or radiation.

  • Daytime or nighttime use: This depends on the predominant effects of the hybrid.

  • Popular strains: Hybrids are typically classified as indica-dominant (or indica-dom), Sativa-dominant (Sativa-dom), or balanced. Popular hybrids include Pineapple Express, Trainwreck, and Blue Dream.

Hybrids are great for all occasions and sometimes hit that sweet spot that an indica or Sativa can’t, or offer too much of. I think these are great for a first-time or novice user, so you can feel the effects in general. From there, one can decide if they’d like to ‘stand up’ or ‘sit down.’