Sensativa is a rare strain of marijuana with low THC levels between 14-17%. It is a 60% Sativa dominant hybrid with unknown genetics due to breeder secrecy. The CBD content is unknown. Sensativa users describe the high as one that has a slow buildup of an uplifting and motivating cerebral head high. This high peaks and then falls slowly into a sedative warming Indica body stone that leaves you calm, relaxed, and completely couch-locked. As this Indica body high ensues, a sense of the munchies will grow and peak, leaving you desperate for food just before you fall into a state of deep sedation. Sensativa buds are a dark green with red hairs and white frosty trichomes. It has a citrus taste and a wonderful accompanying scent with a smooth exhale. The mix between Indica and Sativa is very well balanced in this strain, but best of luck finding it in the USA.
Why do Patients Use Sensativa?
Sensativa is not a common strain of marijuana and the information available is limited. As a 60% Sativa dominant hybrid with a moderate THC count, it is most likely effective for the treatment of moderate cases of anxiety and depression, as well as fatigue. Some people have adverse reactions to high THC strains, particularly those suffering from conditions including schizophrenia, ADHD, depression, and anxiety. It could be a good fit for many patients looking for a Sativa dominant low THC strain. The Indica effects are also quite potent and it may also have applications for pain relief, insomnia and stress, making it a moderate jack of all trades.
Medical Uses of Sensativa
Side-Effects of Sensativa
Information about Sensativa
60% Sativa 40% Indica
Sensativa has a rating of 8.2 on the stoned meter.
Sensativa has a low THC content ranging from 14-17%.
Approximately 8-9 weeks
Ideal Growing Method
A Strain that does better indoors than outdoors.
Sensativa has a high yield.
Sensativa is an easy strain to grow suitable for novice growers.
No potential problems associated with Sensativa.