These descriptions have been adopted by the cannabis community, which commonly distinguishes the “sativa” strains from the “indica” strains depending on the perceived differences in effects, height, width, leaf size, aroma, flowering time and features of the ramifications.
Nowadays, as a result of the crossing of the main strains of sativa and indica, most strains are hybrid and the primary effects are determined by the most dominant strain.
In order to cover different cannabinoid profiles, we have developed more than 10 cannabis varieties, including some autochthonous varieties.
The buds or flowers of the plant concentrate the greatest amount of medicinal compounds produced in a natural way: cannabinoids, terpenoids and flavonoids.
Hemp seeds are a rich source of amino acids, proteins, dietary minerals and fiber. The oils are rich in essential fatty acids.
The fiber of cannabis, derived from the stems of what is commonly called hemp, used for the manufacture of resistant fabrics, paper and construction materials.