If you have marijuana that is a hybrid, but whose genetics consist mostly of indica genes, there are certain qualities that you can definitely expect to see. The main difference between a “mostly indica” and a “pure indica” is the fact that you will see certain genetic traits in varying degrees in the hybrids, while they are much more predictable in a pure indica. Therefore, it is more important than ever to do the proper research with what exactly you can expect with the particular indica hybrid you are consuming. For the most part, indica hybrids will be fairly short and sturdy, and they will have dense buds and a good yield at the end of their shorter growing season. These traits may be less extreme in a hybrid than in a pure indica, depending on their specific genetic makeup. If you are interested in growing marijuana, indica hybrids might be a good choice for you because they are generally seen as a strain that is easier to grow than other varieties. Because indica hybrids have a shorter growing season and reach their flowering phase faster than other strains, and because they don’t grow vertically the way many sativas or sativa hybrids do during that flowering phase, they make for good plants to be grown indoors. Smoking an indica hybrid (or pure) product could make you extremely sleepy, so to combat this, many growers combine the indica genes with some sativa, which cause a more energetic high. This makes for a relaxing but not inhibiting type of high that many prefer over the pure indica variety.