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Updated February 17, 2021, by the Daily Marijuana Team
Medically reviewed on February 17, 2021, by Dr. Kimberly Langdon, M.D.
Why Buy Indica Weed Strains Online in Canada at Daily Marijuana?
Are you looking to try some of the most potent, high-quality Indica weed in Canada? Then join the DailyMarijuana community because we got you covered. At Daily Marijuana, we cater to all customers, small and large. Don’t wait and take advantage of our value pricing and buy some Indica marijuana online. Save some money and get 15 % off your first orders and complimentary gifts while supplies last!
Here at Daily Marijuana, we offer a chance to mix and match your favourite Indica cannabis strains, so no matter what kind of flavours you’re looking for, we have the perfect strain for you. We offer myriad size options for your cannabis, ranging from a quarter-pound of weed, a half-pound of weed, to one pound of weed with our mix and match offers. With our wide selection of high-quality buds, you can choose from over 100 of your favourite Hybrid, Indica and Sativa weed strains. At Daily Marijuana, we have some of the most sought-after Indica flowers in Canada.
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At Daily Marijuana, we carry a vast selection of Indica weed strains that have been grown by master cannabis farmers in Canada. We only work with the best, and all of our weed growers prioritize quality in the same manner as our cannabis dispensary. Our top-grade Indica flowers are all put through a series of thorough tests, and only the top of the crop makes it to our shelves. Our cannabis flower storage facilities are custom-built to provide the optimal environment for preserving THC and terpenes.
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You can save big on our selection of Indica marijuana by taking advantage of our weekly ounce promotions. We offer Indica ounces at prices very close to our cost because this is a way we can show our appreciation to our valued members. You can also try our mix and match option, where you can build your ounce and save. If this is your first time here, you can save 20% off your first order. Also, every dollar spent will add special rewards points to your account to use on future orders.
Don’t forget to spend over $100 so that you can get free shipping anywhere in Canada. You can even spend over $249 and get a generous gift, or spend over $349 to unlock even better prizes. The DailyMariuana goal is to make sure you get what you need and at the best value possible. Please visit our shop if you would like to try our stunning selection, or read below to learn more about cannabis.
What are Indica Flower Strains?
Indica weed strains are a subgrouping of the cannabis family that people categorize as short and bushy plants that flower quicker than Sativa strains. Indica flower generally has medium-sized densely packed buds. These buds are known to induce sensations of euphoria, relaxation, and sedation, and they are known to provide more or a body high. Indica flowers typically provide couch-locking effects that are most suitable for nighttime use. They are also ideal for times when you just want to laze around and relax.
What is Cannabis?
Also known as marijuana, weed, ganja, and pot, cannabis is one of Canada’s oldest plants that people have used for centuries because of its numerous medicinal properties. The cannabis plant is a complex one, containing chemical compounds called cannabinoids. The cannabinoids, like THC, CBD, and CBN, interact with the body’s endocannabinoid system to provide a slew of benefits from head to toe, inside and out. There are thousands of strains of cannabis in Canada alone that people categorize into three main groupings: Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid strains. Each of these categories has its own unique sets of traits and effects. Today, we’re talking about the Indica flower and the novel experiences this type of flower tends to bring.
Difference Between Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid Weed Strains
In general, Sativa strains are known for their creative properties and bliss-inducing elements. Sativa weed strains provide more of a heady, cerebral high with uplifting and stimulating effects. These sensations make these types of strains ideal for use throughout the day. These strains are known to provide an uplifting, energetic, and focused head high. Are you struggling with some sort of creativity block? Puffing on a Sativa strain might be the best way to stimulate that mind once again. In terms of appearance, Sativa plants tend to grow much taller and take longer to flower than Indica strains.
Indica strains, on the other hand, are going to be smaller, with much denser buds than Sativas. They tend to have dark purple colours that smokers love. When enjoyed, Indica’s effects will be quite the polar opposite of Sativa’s, resulting in a super relaxing, body-focused high. But, we’ll talk about that next.
Finally, hybrid weed strains possess traits from both Sativa and Indica genetics. Cannabis experts breed Indica strains to provide an excellent balanced set of therapeutic effects. The majority of buds you will find will likely be a hybrid of some sort. It is getting increasingly rare to find a full Sativa or full Indica plant, but it’s still possible if you buy from the right places– like Daily Marijuana, of course.
Best Indica Flower Strains in Canada
There are thousands of Indica strains of cannabis in Canada, with the most popular being:
Best Indica Weed Strain For You
The cannabis Indica strain to choose largely depends on the intended use. If you’re hoping to get as sedated and sleepy as possible, a full Indica strain with high levels of CBN would be fantastic for the end of your stressful day. For less lethargic effects, an Indica strain with a high percentage of Sativa genes might be more appropriate. The best thing to do is test out as many strains as possible, then take note of the ones you prefer the most. With how many strains are available on the market, there is bound to be one that produces the exact effects you’re seeking. Just be patient, take your time, and start slow.
Is Cannabis Safe? Is it Legal?
Yes, marijuana is legal in Canada for recreational and medical use as of October of 2018. You can find all the relevant information on weed laws covered in Canada’s Cannabis Act.
Cannabis is known to be a much safer alternative to many other drugs and substances. This higher level holds for both Indica and Sativa weed strains. Many users generally consider cannabis safe because it is not a manufactured substance and its components are entirely plant-derived. However, smoking anything in the lungs comes with risks. Although, studies show that cannabis is far less dangerous than tobacco. Cannabis can lead to intoxication; therefore, you should not operate any heavy machinery or undertake any dangerous task while under the influence.
Suppose you enjoy the all-natural, beneficial effects that cannabis brings but don’t want to risk damaging the lungs. In that case, there are numerous other consumption methods that you can try that are deemed a little bit safer, such as tinctures or edibles. Still, you should not drive or operate machinery using these methods, either, as they always result in intoxication. Marijuana is still a drug, and Indica strains can result in adverse side effects.
How to Smoke Indica Flower
Different weed strains will taste different depending on the genetics, the grower, and the buds’ handling until it gets used. Some of the more common tastes associated with cannabis include earthy, berry, citrus, sweet, spicy, skunk, pine, and diesel undertones. No matter what kind of flavour profile you’re hoping to get out of your cannabis, we guarantee there’s a strain for you that showcases just that. With how versatile (and pungent) our cannabis Indica strains are, you’re sure to find that extra-special, extra-smelly option.
It is crucial to source marijuana from a reputable grower for the best tasting and highest quality cannabis in Canada. If you find that your cannabis flower has a musty, rotten smell, this may be a sign that your cannabis wasn’t cared for properly and may have been exposed to bacteria. Your bud should always smell bright and aromatic, even if the smells themselves aren’t all that pleasant. Because of this, you still want to make sure to buy Indica cannabis online from a trusted source so you can be confident it tastes just as it should. Here at Daily Marijuana, our flower goes through stringent lab testing to ensure it is as healthy, pure, and stinky as possible.
The most common way to smoke Indica cannabis in Canada is by breaking up buds, rolling them up in rolling papers, and lighting the joint with a lighter. Other methods include smoking weed with a bong, pipe, or dry herb vaporizer.
Here are some of the most common ways to take weed:
- Smoke in a joint
- Inhaling it using a bong
- Smoke it with a weed pipe
- Vape it using a vape pen or dry herb vaporizer
- Eat it as a THC weed edible.
Alternatives to Cannabis Indica Flowers
For something stronger than indica flower, cannabis concentrates are a great option. There are many different types, but some of the more common include Hash, Budder, Shatter, THC Oil, THC Distillate, weed vapes, and Live Resin. Cannabis concentrates contain THC levels that are far higher than your typical flower, and you vaporize them at such high temperatures, the experience is all the more intense. We only suggest concentrates for experienced consumers who just aren’t finding what they need from regular flowers anymore. However, do keep in mind that dabbing is a bit more complicated than smoking, and it may take some practice.
Weed edibles are another alternative to smoking Indica flower, and they are perfect for those not wishing to smoke plant matter into their lungs. Edibles are also much more potent than flowers, creating highs that last for hours on end. Highs from edibles are much more body-heavy, even more so than Indica highs. Plus, you have to wait about an hour to feel the effects, as you must metabolize cannabis in the system.
If you need something even more potent than all that, don’t worry. Daily Marijuana also sells magic mushroom products for those looking for an out-of-this-world trip.
Where Can I Buy Indica Weed Strains Online in Canada?
At Daily Marijuana, we source our Indica cannabis from some of the best craft cannabis farmers in beautiful British Columbia, Canada. We hand-selected growers to ensure only the best marijuana hits our shelves, helping our customers enjoy only the highest-quality options available. All of our weed strains are lab-tested to ensure we exceed all quality standards. At Daily Marijuana, our goal is to provide Canadians access to the best Indica weed strains in Canada, and we’re sure to do just that.
Ounces of premium marijuana in Canada can run anywhere between $160-$260, depending on the quality. For cheap weed or budget buds on value pricing, the prices per ounce can be much lower. Also, purchasing larger quantities often lowers the cost per ounce, as most brands love when you buy in bulk versus just a few grams at a time. Ounce specials can drop AA weed prices down below $55.
At Daily Marijuana, we offer some of the best cannabis prices in the Canadian market. We want every person to enjoy our Indica flower’s value, so we have prices that appeal to all budgets. Whether you’re tight on cash or looking to splurge, we have you covered.
When you buy Indica weed online, it is essential to choose a trusted source that adheres to high-quality standards, and at Daily Marijuana, we do just that. This commitment to quality applies to our wide selection of some of the best Indica strains in Canada. Our mission is to provide the widest variety of the highest quality Canadian cannabis to our valued customers. Our commitment to excellence is why we are known as the best online dispensary in Canada, and it is our goal to keep growing along with our loyal members. So shop DailyMarijuana and save now.
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