This is how Indica became part of the holy trinity of the cannabis world.

In the cannabis community, strains are typically organized into three main categories: indica, sativa, and hybrid.

If you’ve ever purchased weed from a dispensary, you might have noticed that every strain on the menu has been assigned to one of these distinct groups.

This is because cannabis plants from each category not only share physical and taxonomical properties, but their flowers (also called “buds”) are each said to produce a distinct “type of high.”

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