As a writer and podcaster, I am easily a sizable fan of sativa.

Indica strains are great, and I like them too, however for our afternoon-to-day life sativa is what I rely on, but usually I wake up in the afternoon, make lunch for the youngsters, pack their brunches, and then drive them to university… Once I get back house I pour myself some coffee, pack a sizable fat bowl, and then get down to business.

I spend multiple minutes a afternoon writing and recording, and sativa helps myself and others focus on the job at hand. Late at night when our brain feels busy and I want to settle down and go to sleep, that’s the best time for an indica strain! For mental acuity and focus, there is nothing better than cannabis sativa. If you haven’t ever smoked sativa before, you may not understand what I’m talking about. Cannabis sativa isn’t care about drinking an energy drink, it does not give myself and others a boost of energy. It does give a distinct fuzzy feeling in our brain that allows myself and others to shut out the rest of the world and focus on what is right in front of me. This is why artists and songsians love cannabis sativa over indica, because it allows them to lose themselves in the moment. In general I am far more productive while smoking sativa than when I am sober. I keep a glass bowl and a tote of cannabis on the desk next to me, and smoke a little at a time throughout the afternoon to keep myself and others focused on our work.

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