Sativa is one of the three cannabis species, the other two being Indica and Ruderalis. It is native to Mexico, Central America, and Southeast Asia and grows up to 18 feet tall with long, narrow leaves and loosely attached branches. Because of its height, it is usually grown outdoors and, due to its climate, grows for a longer period of time, producing a much higher yield of plant material than the other strains. Sativa plants have lower THC to CBD levels, resulting in highs that are uplifting, euphoric and cerebral.

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