Cannabis sativa weed refers to those weed strains that generally grow taller in stature. Sativa cannabis plants have thinner leaves and longer flowering cycles than their indica counterparts.
Sativa weed is more stimulating and accomplishment oriented. These tall, gangly equatorial strains can reach 25 feet tall, and were developed in hot climates including Thailand, southern Africa, Colombia, and Mexico. The sativa leaf is typically thin. These plants are compatible with completing tasks, socializing, and creative pursuits such as making visual art, writing, or playing music.
The leaves, buds, and colas of a Sativa marijuana plant are far spread apart. They grow in an upwards motion, with the branches stretching themselves up to the sky. Additionally, very little bud grows towards the stalk of the marijuana plant, with the majority, if not all the usable plant material beginning to grow almost halfway up the stalk of the plant. This type of cannabis strain often requires a lot of room to grow due to its sometimes enormous size and its branches that need space to reach out and flourish.