South Asian Sativa

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Overview
Seed Type
Sativa
THC Content
10%
Flavors
Sweet, woody, pine 
Flowering Period
7 to 10 weeks
Climate
Both indoor and outdoor climate
Yield
Average
Height
Tall
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
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Strain Information

South Asian Sativa, a pure landrace Sative from the region of South Asia, promises a great high effect in every use. Just like other typical and classic landraces, this strain gives a heavy head feeling yet leaving your body invigorated and recharged. Perfect as kick-starter of your day. 

 Its rich aroma and enticing flavors blended perfectly, giving you a great dope experience. With its potency, this indigenous landrace gives a quick effect making you feel more focused but relax and sociable at the same time. The high level of its THC content gives off this strain the ability to treat a number of illnesses. 

 What are the Flavor and Effects of South Asian Sativa?

Just like any other landraces, South Asian Sativa gives a great amount of flavor. It has a great combination of sweet and woody with some twist of pine. South Asian Sativa is quite potent and provides an energizing effect on the body. For large hits, this strain will bring you far above the clouds, just a few moments of use. 

What are the medical benefits of South Asian Sativa?

South Asian Sativa will help you fight fatigue and depression. It is also an effective antidote to nausea and stress. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from South Asian Sativa?

Part of the adverse effects of South Asian Sativa is paranoia. This may happen when you consume too much of this strain, and your tolerance to THC is weaker. 

How to Grow South Asian Sativa? Some information and Tips

Since this strain is an indigenous one, it is not that easy to find seed online. Propagation for cloning is also a good choice. This cannabis grows both indoor and outdoor. One must just mindful of the height of it, especially for indoor growth. Pruning is also advised for indoor cultivation.