A Quick Guide About Autoflower Marijuana

The Joint Blog

We know the photoperiod cannabis strains, which are different from autoflower ruderalis strains, and flower quickly in the winter seasons. To grow photoperiod strains, it needs proper light so that the buds can thrive with all the essential terpene and flavor profile.

What’s the Difference Between Hemp and Marijuana CBD Oil?


As Leafly summarizes: Cannabis refers to a genus of plants which has three species: indica, sativa, and ruderalis. Hemp is a sativa species, while cannabis can be sativa, indica, or ruderalis. The presence of terpenes can also play a large role.


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In-depth Study of Cannabis Compounds and Precautions While Consuming

Cannabis Law Report

Cannabinoids and Terpenes are two major types of compounds present in a cannabis plant. After conducting in-depth research on the marijuana leaves, it becomes apparent that terpenes also play a significant role in deciding the quality of a cannabis plant. The significance of Terpenes.

Medical Marijuana and Cancer: Finding the Most Effective Strains

Otherside Farms

Recreational marijuana, on the other hand, is consumed with the sole purpose of enjoying its effects. Both medical marijuana and recreational marijuana come from the same plant species, Cannabis sativa. Cannabis contains hundreds of different cannabinoids and unique and aromatic terpenes that produce various effects. ACDC is a cross between Ruderalis and Cannatonic, this marijuana strain is a balanced hybrid with 50 percent Sativa and 50 percent Indica.

Cannabis Sativa Vs. Cannabis Indica

Medical Cannabis Seedbank

Ruderalis. Indica should be very well-known to both recreational and medical cannabis users. Ruderalis. The 3 rd and last species of cannabis we will discuss is Ruderalis. Medical and recreational users can choose different strains according to these effects and make use of the unique qualities of each one. Cannabinoids and Terpenes. This is handy information for recreational users and most importantly medical patients.