Cannabis Sativa will typically deliver a quick burst of euphoria more to the head than the body. The intensity wears off quickly, leaving a nice, mellow, functional buzz in its wake. People who enjoy socializing or working while using marijuana often prefer Sativas; however, those who occasionally experience anxiety after smoking should avoid the most intense Sativa strains.
Everyone should try this strain, and not just for the name. It is truly one of the all-time greats, going back decades, assuming many goofy names. We call it a bucket-list sativa-dominant familiar friend that always works.
Like the name suggest, Cannalope Haze is a sweet mix of tropical, melon and floral flavors. Almost a pure sativa that crosses Hayes Brothers and the Mexican landrace, this strain is a great solution for fatigue and when struggling with appetite loss.
Clementine is an energizing Sativa-dominant strain that is made by crossing Tangy with Lemon Skunk. This strain is loved for its sweet taste and citrus aroma. Users say Clementine is perfect for wake and bake or activating your 3rd eye to increase your focus. Clementine has won awards including the best sativa concentrate in 2015
A Sativa-dominant hybrid, yet the effects are all Sativa; pleasant and euphoric with a calm, lucid body buzz. For those who want a strain that tastes delicious and has a legit uplift effect, but is not too intense. THC around 18%.
Jillybean from MzJill Genetics is an upbeat and happy strain with flavors of tangy orange and mango. This strain is a top choice for creative minds and social butterflies looking for unencumbered euphoria during daytime hours. Bred by crossing Orange Velvet and Space Queen, Jillybean often expresses itself in deep hues of maroon on the leaves.