Indica strains have their own unique characteristics, differentiating them from Sativa strains. As a general rule Indica weed plants are short and bushy, rarely getting over 6ft (180cm) and mature a lot quicker than Sativa strains.
The structure of the plant isn’t the only unique characteristic of Indica strains. Depending what kind of taste and high you want will dictate what the best indica strain is for you. Smoking Indica weed brings on the classic body stone due to higher levels of CBD, making them a popular choice with medicinal users suffering from problems such as anxiety, stress, and insomnia.
Picking a strain can be difficult but we hope to help make your decision a little bit easier with our detailed Indica strain reviews providing you with all the information you need to grow the best indica strains.
Although not the most prolific croppper, Alien Kush is an easy to grow top quality weed strain with an excellent high.
American Dream is a sweet tasting weed that’s accompanied by a cerebral high, that can be enjoyed by beginners due to its ease of growth.
Named after Amsterdam’s airports, AMS weed is hardy and prefers and outdoors environment where it produces large yields of sweet tasting bud.
Atomic Haze is a potent connoisseurs weed strain that is renowned for its complex flavor and energising and cerebral high.
Atomic weed is a mind blowingly potent weed strain with a knock out stone that will floor even the most experienced tokers.
Coming out of California, Aurora Indica’s extreme potency more than makes up for its lower yields and grow difficulty.
Auto #1 is a great choice for growers who are looking for a discrete and easy to grow weed strain.
Retaining the best qualities of parentage, Auto AK 47 may be small in size, but carries a potent big hit.
Auto Berry is the autoflowering hybrid of Blueberry, Grapefruit & Lowryder. The result is a dwarf weed strain staying super short.
Indica-dominant Auto Bluetooth is a cross between Auto Berry and Super Sweet Tooth, hence the “blue” refers to the flavour rather than to the colour. […]