North American Sativa

North American Sativa

4.8| 5 Reviews

What is North American Sativa?

North American refers to any strain that grows natively in this region. These indigenous vareities (also called landraces) can exhibit indica or sativa characteristics depending on the climate and latitude at which it grows. Sativas tend to grow in warmer regions closer to the equator, while the hardier indica varieties are more common beyond 30 degrees latitude.

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North American Sativa Effects and Attributes

Dry Eyes

North American Sativa Flavors

  • 1. Earthy
  • 2. Pungent
  • 3. Skunk

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“lived in Alaska 11 yrs. and never smoked any so i can`t compare it to the original.finally smoked it in Washington.spicy,earthy and a little diesel smell in it.good smoke but i have a pretty high tolerance.put out by Triple T Farms,harvested in July and pkgd in Aug. so it was a little dry which can affect the was good but i was a bit disappointed,maybe i was expecting too much!probably nothing like the or...”

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“Is this the stuff that was coming around mid to late 80s? We called it Christmas tree sense, it had a piney smell, tasted like the 70s hash i had. it was wonderful, satavia head buzz, with heavy burn out on the end. I was lucky enough to just pick up a strain of this lineage, and the smell, taste, and buzz take me back to 85....Check it out if you ever run in to it Classic”


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