Most of my marijuana oil pens contain sativa strains inside

Since I work a lot during the morning and afternoon hours, I like to brew a pot of coffee before I start my shift.

That way I can slowly drink cup after cup until I empty the pot in my coffee maker.

It keeps me focused and stimulated enough to work at a steady pace. Otherwise I’m struggling with constant fatigue and sluggishness and they make it hard to work at a constant pace from one hour to the next. When I started using marijuana in college, I quickly learned that cannabis strains are grouped into three primary categories. You have sativas, indicas, and hybrids. Sativas have longer leaves and narrower flower buds, but are much more mentally stimulating than indicas. By contrast, most indica flower buds are shorter and denser in structure, along with fatter leaves as well. Indicas are often sedating but not always, since the genetics can vary across the board. Hybrid strains are simply cross breeds of sativas and indicas that retain an almost equal mix of each. Otherwise you’ll see something labeled as a sativa-leaning or indica-leaning hybrid in some instances. So if I’m going to medicate with cannabis during the day while I work, it’s understandable why I would reach for a sativa strain. On top of that, I like the marijuana oil pens during the day because I can put it in my pocket and use it on the fly without needing to break out equipment and products that will stink up a room in a matter of minutes. I also find that the cannabis distillate oil in the marijuana oil pens tends to be less sedating even if I have an indica strain, in part from lacking the same amount of terpenes that you find in raw cannabis flower buds.


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