Is Indica Good for Sleeping ?
Indica-dominant The genetic traits of cannabis derived from Asian landrace cultivars of the Hindu Kush mountains are displayed in strains. Due to the increased quantities of the terpene myrcene in these varieties, which resulted from their evolution in colder climes, they often grow as small, compact shrubs with broad leaves and are recognized for having calming, sedative effects.Indica Strains
The name “Indica” evolved from its original name “Indian Hemp” which was the designation for cannabis coming from India, which grows wild in the foothills and valleys of the Hindu-Kush mountains.
Because of the climate where they evolved, indica cannabis strains often grow bushier and lower to the ground than sativa strains. Some researchers now believe that there are more varieties than the three that are most widely used (Sativa, Indica, and hybrid), and they have started classifying other cultivars into what are now a number of chemotypes (THC-dominant, CBD-dominant with low THC, CBD dominant with no THC, mixed dominance, myrcene-dominant, limonene and caryophyllene-dominant, terpinolene-dominant, and more).
Experienced cannabis users would probably concur that we require even more depth than the current classifications and scientific understanding permit. Since every person's endocannabinoid system differs and different cultivars will impact each person uniquely, we advise keeping track of the cannabis strains or cultivars that work best for you
Physical Effects of Indica Strains
Indica strains have gained a reputation in recent years for being calming, relaxing strains or cultivars that are frequently used to treat inflammation, sleeplessness, and discomfort. But rather than by their effects, Indicas (and Sativas) are better categorized by their physical traits and growth patterns.