There are three (3) main distinctive strains that cannabis comes in. Sativa, Indica, and a blend of the two are known as a Hybrid. Each one offers a different euphoric effect and should be consumed at different stages of the day, depending on what you hope to achieve and of course, your body's own tolerance. The term Sativa described hemp plants found in Europe and Western Eurasia, where it was cultivated for its fiber and seeds. Although the cannabis varieties we consume, largely stem from Cannabis Indica, both terms are used to organize thousands of strains circulating the market today. Sativa strains are known for being extremely pungent, thanks to their distinct terpene profile, producing aromas that can range from fruity, citrus, and sweet to early, piney, or peppery. The cannabinoid profiles of Sativa weed are known for stimulating mental effects that help users feel focused and motivated. The euphoric response produced by Sativa effects is often described as "Cerebral" and is also said to encourage deep conversation and enhance creativity, which is why it is often most suited for daytime use or social situations and for artistic endeavors.