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If you're new to vaping weed, you're probably feeling a bit confused by the huge range of varieties available for you to choose from. People who have never used weed before may be under the impression that all strains are the same, however this is definitely not the case. There are two main types of weed, known as Sativa and Indica. Not only do these two strains look different but they also produce a different effect on the body.
Over the years, growers have decided to try to produce the perfect variety by breeding hybrid plants which contain a mix of the properties of both Indica and Sativa strains. Through experimentation, and by improving on the hybrids that have been produced, breeders are now creating new hybrids on a regular basis, which explains why there is so much choice out there.
What Are The Properties Of Hybrids?
It is impossible to define precisely the properties of weed hybrids since the result depends completely on the genetics of its parent plants, and even then, determining the exact traits which have been inherited by the hybrid plant can be difficult to do.
In the majority of hybrid strains, one parent species usually shows itself to be dominant. For example, if a Sativa strain is crossed with an Indica and then Crossed back with another Indica strain, it is highly likely that Indica genetics will be dominant and the hybrid will predominantly have Indica characteristics. When a hybrid displays primarily the characteristics of the Indica strain, it is said to be Indica dominant, while if the Sativa characteristics are predominant, it is a Sativa dominant variety. However, while the dominant features will be more noticeable, the other parent species' traits will still be evident.
What Effects Do Hybrids Produce?
People who vape hybrid varieties will find that the effects vary depending on the parent plants used. There are three kinds of hybrids:
Choosing the best strain for you is vital to enjoying the best possible weed vaping experience, and with over 1000 varieties to choose from, finding the right one can often be a matter of trial and error. Hybrid varieties are often the best choice for those who want to experience the best of both worlds, however you need to do your research well to find out which types produce the effect that you're looking for.