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Top 10 Cannabis Sativa Strains Of 2020

Although a lot of people tend to gravitate towards strong indica strains, there are a lot of sativas that are equally impressive! Here are the top 10 sativa strains of 2020.

It’s a common misconception that sativas aren’t as potent as indicas. On the contrary, numerous sativa strains contain between 20–30% THC, just like top-shelf indicas. This way, you get all the high, without the drowsy, couch-lock feeling you might get from an indica. Fancy a nice hike or looking to engage in a creative endeavour? A sativa strain is one you might prefer!

To help you find the right specimen, we’ve put together a list of the top 10 sativa strains of 2020. Enjoy!

1. GREEN CRACK PUNCH

Green Crack Punch is the offspring of two extremely popular strains: the sativa-dominant Green Crack, and Purple Punch, a potent indica-leaning strain. This makes for a great high—energetic, uplifting, and creative at the start, then finishing off with a nice lazy feeling. It’s also a great strain to use for muscle aches. When cultivated in ideal conditions, preferably indoors, growers can yield up to 500g/m² of flowers with roughly 20% THC.

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Top 10 cannabis sativa strains

Cannabis sativa strains are known and loved for their cerebral and euphoric highs. Over the years a spectacular amount of different sativa strains have been developed and selectively bred over time to achieve specific characteristics. Choosing the right sativa is for some a difficult task; so if you’re interested in learning more about sativas, then you have come to the right place. For all of you bud enthusiasts out there, below is our Top 10 list of the sativa strains that in our humble opinion,you should at least consider when choosing your next sativa strain.

1. Dr. Grinspoon

Bred in Amsterdam, Dr. Grinspoon is a pure sativa heirloom destined for connoisseurs and intellectuals alike. This sativa strain take its name from Harvard professor and cannabis advocate Lester Grinspoon. Perfect for a daytime blaze, users will enjoy a heighted cerebral sensation that will almost feel as though you’re channeling the intelligence of Dr. Grinspoon himself. It smells of tropical citrus fruits, but there is also a distinct pine scent that carries over to the flavor. Typically, this strain can be harvested after a long 13–14 weeks of flowering, and it grows quite tall. Dr. Grinspoon is quite difficult to grow and she surely takes a long time to finish, but the result will be your reward.

2. Neville’s Haze

An unbeatable old-school classic. Neville’s Haze is a tribute to the legendary Australian breeder Neville Schoenmakers who founded in the early eighties ‘Seed Bank of Holland’; the first cannabis seed bank in the world. This sativa is a cross between a pure Haze and Northern Lights 5/Haze and delights with ultra-fruity flavors and aromas with a floral haze earthiness rounding out the flavor profile. If that didn’t increase your appetite for this cultivar, thanks to its tiny bit of Northern Lights genetics, Neville’s Haze also contains a THC content up to 21% that will have you singing its praises. This strain initiates a social, happy high. With a flowering time of upto 16 weeks this strain is unfortunately not suited for the beginning grower.

3. Chocolope

The truly incredible Chocolope was developed by crossing the beloved ‘80s baby Chocolate Thai with Cannalope Haze, a sativa-dominant specimen of delicious proportions. This cultivar boasts an irresistibly smoky, chocolatey, coffee-tinged aroma that gives way to a euphoric and happy high that will boost your mind while satisfying your sweet tooth. Known for her easiness to grow, productivity and a very short flowering time for a sativa; only 8-9 weeks! Winner of 10+ awards.

Check out our Top 10 list of the sativa strains you should at least consider when choosing your next sativa strain. In our humble opinion of course.