Cannabis Hybrid

Cannabis strains are either pure or hybrid varieties of the plant. This encompasses the species C. Sativa, C. Indica and C. Ruderalis. Varieties are developed to intensify specific characteristics of the plant, or to differentiate the strain for the purposes of marketing or to make it more effective as a drug. Variety names are typically chosen by their growers, and often reflect properties of the plant such as taste, color, smell, or the origin of the variety. Cannabis strains commonly refer to those varieties with recreational and medicinal use. These varieties have been cultivated to contain a high percentage of cannabinoids.

Cannabis Hybrid


  • Hybrid Crosses are mainly between Indica and Sativa Strains
  • Dominant Sativa strains will contain higher THC
  • Different Strains will have different effects pending on levels o f THC and CBD
  • There is Over 1000 recorded Hybrid Strains
  • Hybrids are mainly used in the medical field to achieve optimal results
  • Indica Dominant hybrids constitute the majority of medical cannabis strains

Effects can Include

  • Uplifting
  • Energizing
  • Head Euphoria
  • Body Calm
  • Anti depressant
  • Stomach relief
  • Appetite Stimulate
  • Relaxing
  • Stress and pain relief
  • Anti Inflamatory

Frequently Asked Questions

How many strains are there?

Cannabis Hybrid strains to date are over 1000 and will continue to grow and evolve over time

Is a Hybrid strain more effective for getting ”High”?

The higher THC within the strain the higher or more Eurphoria you will feel. A Hybrid strain may not necessarily contain higher THC content.

Can I just consume hybrids only ?

yes you can consume hybrids only. As there are more species of hybrids than Indicas or Sativas, they make up a large amount of the available cannabis for consumption. To help you find the right Hybrid or strain for you, ask your recreational sales rep or your medical professional.

What gives Cannabis Hybrids their smell?

Just like any flower, Cannabis female plants produce flowers. Terpenes are what gives the flower its unique odor. They include Citrus, Pine, Lavender, Pepper and Hops. Terpenes are chemicals made and stored in the Trichomes of the cannabis plant with the cannabinoids.
Fun Fact: Drug sniffing dogs are trained to seek out terpenes.

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