The 100% sativa cannabis strain known as Cambodian references its origins as well as various types that can be found from the region. Their smell and taste are normally floral and skunky, often with soil; earthy undertones.
Cambodian references the various landrace strains that can be found in the regions. This means they grow wild in Cambodia and are often cultivated by the natives.
The THC levels of Cambodian vary drastically anywhere from 15-26%. Rare instances have found 30%. The high of your normal Cambodian strains are often described as the best sativas ever consumed. Expect your basic sativa experience: euphoria, boosts in energy, motivation and inspiration, increase in focus, blissful feelings, and a mood often meant to socialize. Some are psychoactive and “psychedelic” offering the consumer enhanced and unique experiences.
Negative effects of Cambodian sativas depend on potency and dosage – with dizziness, headache, paranoia, anxiety, dry mouth, and dry eyes being possible (the latter two typical).
Sativas generally grow to be quite tall and bare long, thin leaves with lighter hues.
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