South Asian: Used for Recreational, Medical or as part of a Religious Ritual
South Asian refers to the indigenous sativa varieties of cannabis (or landraces) that grow natively in this region of the world. While THC levels usually vary, indigenous strains from South Asia almost always reach 10% or go beyond that. Even so, people have been using them for thousands of years either recreationally, medically, or as part of a religious ritual. Regardless of the variety, South Asian Sativas are typically energizing and mood enhancing. Their cerebral-focused effects leave users happy, contented, and mentally stimulated. Hence, they’re great for daytime use as a wake-and-bake strain. They can even be smoked hours before work to help with productivity or during social engagements.