Full-spectrum CBD products contain a full range of cannabinoids. When the cannabinoids are extracted from hemp, the entire extract is made into a consumable product, meaning that you are getting a healthy dose of all the cannabinoids that were in the plant. In contrast, CBD oil can also be purchased as an isolate. This means that it contain nothing except pure, isolated CBD. In other words, there are no other cannabinoids, terpenes, or flavonoids, so it is considered a TCH-FREE oil.
Sativa is the marijuana type that people seem to like smoking the most. Sativa is often dried, cooked and consumed.
While many people either vaporize or smoke this strain, it is the norm for users to use this to get high.
Sativa is known for having a high ratio of THC to CBN the two primary active ingredients in cannabis.
Originating in the cooler, higher-altitude climates of Afghanistan and Pakistan, indica plants tend to run considerably shorter than Sativas. Their signature, thick coating of resin developed as protection against harsher weather conditions. When you want to make hashish, Indica is the plant to choose due to its large amount of resin.
In modern cannabis cultivation and breeding, there are a huge number of varieties available. Many years of intense mixing and hybridization have created a huge spectrum across three primary varieties. Different mixes offer different characteristics, running the gamut of possibilities from flowering cycles, yields, and CBN:THC ratios.