Indica is one of the two primary species of the cannabis plant, alongside Sativa. These terms are often used to classify different types of cannabis strains based on their physical characteristics, effects, and purported medicinal properties. However, it’s important to note that modern cannabis strains are often hybrids, meaning they contain genetics from both Indica and Sativa species.
The terms “Indica” and “Sativa” are not scientifically precise classifications and do not necessarily predict the effects of a particular cannabis strain. The effects of cannabis are influenced by various factors, including the individual’s biology, tolerance, dosage, and the specific chemical composition of the strain, including cannabinoids and terpenes.