3 Cannabis Strains That May Help Make Spring Cleaning A Breeze
Spring has sprung, and now it’s time to get that spring cleaning done. The only problem is that you can’t seem to find the time. Ok, truth be known you can’t usher up the motivation or energy to get it done. That’s ok. It happens to a lot of people. Thankfully there is something that may work for you to give you that extra kick in the rear you needed to get your juices flowing. That something is some good Sativa cannabis.
Sativa cannabis strains tend to work much better than their Indica counterparts as Sativas have a reputation for providing uplifting, energetic, and cerebral effects rather than full body, sedating effects like Indicas.
But seeing how every strain of cannabis will treat people differently, an Indica or hybrid may work best for you!
Durban Poison is a Sativa landrace cannabis strain from Africa. Most consumers get a boost of energy from this strain and love it as part of their workout routine. Some even call it the skinny weed because they say it helps to suppress their appetite rather than give them the munchies.
Chem Dawg is an old-school classic from the early 90’s. This sativa dominant strain is said to be great at relieving pain and giving you a boost of let’s do something energy. You know that urge to get up off the couch after smoking and organize your cabinets or go for a hike, that’s what some good sativa is capable of.
Amnesia Haze is another sativa strain that is legendary for helping relieve pain. Don’t let the name fool you. You shouldn’t get so stoned you forget things and sit around with a cloudy haze around you all day. The Haze strain is some delightful sativa that has been a favorite with partiers since back in the 1970’s.
These are just three of the many sativa cannabis strains available at dispensaries. If you’re looking for that extra boost, you might give one of them or perhaps some different sativas a try. You can get sativa cannabis in the form of flower (bud), edibles, concentrates, and vapes that all pack a punch.