Pure indica marijuana (Cannabis Indica) comes from some dry, hot parts of the world, including Tibet, Afghanistan, Morocco and Kashmir. They are easily recognised as the greenest and the densest of marijuana strains, especially when compared to the Pure Sativa. The leaves are characterised by their broad, rounded shape. Sometimes the color of the plant goes past being green and sometimes have a dark blue-green or purple hue, which can change and progress to a deeper purple as the plant gets older. Pure indica buds are massive, and they weigh a ton, despite the fact that their growing season is shorter than their counterpart, the sativa. People like to grow pure indicas if they are growing outdoors in a climate in the north (or the south, if you’re located in the Southern Hemisphere), since the growing season is shorter and therefore functions with indicas better. You might like to smoke or consume pure indica marijuana if you prefer a very physically relaxed type of high. The indica high affects the body more than the brain, and it is not uncommon for users to describe the resulting feeling as a type of “hypnosis.” Indica marijuana often has its own characteristic smoking flavor and the smell that smells more like a skunk than anything else. Because of its relaxing, sedating effects, indica marijuana is often recommended to users who are looking for relief of anxiety, insomnia, pain, or muscle spasms. Many people use it recreationally because they simply adore the “couchlock” effect that is common with pure indicas.