Sativa is a primary marijuana strain type known to be energizing and cerebral. Sativa strains are ideal for activities during the daytime that require physical activity or a high level of social interaction. In terms of effects, Sativa strains provide a high for your mind, jumpstarting creativity, focus, and mental energy. Use this list to explore Sativa strains and their effects
Our Sativa preroll is vibrantly focusing. Ideal as a daytime smoke that enhances your creative and mental energy. Great for parties, artistic endeavors, or the task of the day.
They grow a fantastic selection of cannabis varieties under the California sun, using sustainable practices, fair wages, pure waters, and no pesticides.
These pre-rolls are strain-specific, so give us a call if you’re curious which strains we have in stock! Sativa varieties generally provide an energetic and optimistic high.
Individual batch testing on products may vary. Please call for specific lab results.
Top best and strongest 25 Sativa strains
They include the following;
Ghost Train Haze | Bruce Banner | Sour Diesel | Amnesia Haze | Trainwreck | Green Crack | NL#5 x Haze | Euforia | Jack Herer | Laughing Buddha | G13 Haze | Maui Wowie | Purple Haze | Super Lemon Haze | Grapefruit | Thai Chi | Blue Dream | Strawberry Cough | Casey Jones | Red Dragon | Destroyer | Kwazulu | Kilimanjaro | Thai | Malawi Gold
What are the benefits of Sativa?
With Sativa comes a boost in serotonin, which regulates learning, mood, sleep, anxiety, and appetite. It works to help combat chronic pain and can aid in easing and treating anxiety and depression. Some even enjoy a bit of Sativa before physical activity—we love some pre-yoga sativa to get really into the om zone, keeps you very very energetic.
Thanks to their uplifting effects, Sativa strains are often used to treat emotional disorders such as depression. Other medicinal uses of sativas are:
- Improving the mood to alleviate depression and anxiety
- Boosting focus and creativity
- Increasing energy to reduce fatigue
- Stimulating the appetite
- Relieving pain