Indica weed strain seeds

Indica Seeds

He named it Cannabis indica . This species had adapted to its harsh growing environment in countries like Afghanistan, India, Turkey, and Morocco and developed unique characteristics distinguishing it from the previously known sativa.

If you want to read more about the origins of cannabis indica, check out our blog post .

What is Cannabis Indica?

Cannabis indica hails from the rocky, environmentally hostile Hindu Kush Mountains in Central Asia. Visually, indica plants are short (roughly 3-4 feet high) and densely branched with broad leaves.

The buds are compact and dense because their blossoms tend to stick closer to nodes along the stem when they flower. As a result, indica buds look full and feel firm when touched.

Indica has a shorter flowering period, making it a popular choice for many experienced growers; indoor growers can have more annual cycles when growing, and outdoor growers can confidently cultivate in climates where fall quickly turns to winter.

The flowering period for indica strains is typically around eight weeks. Their cultivation conditions are easy to manage as well, both indoor and outdoor .

Choosing the Right Indica Seed

In general, indica-dominant strains produce a better body high and are better consumed (in legal territories) at night or the end of a long day. Seedsman has hundreds of different indica cannabis seeds for sale below. We offer discreet worldwide postage with multiple payment options.

Browse our indica cannabis seeds for sale online below.

The Difference Between Indica and Sativa Cannabis

While they may sound like complex botanical jargon, the terms ‘indica’ and ‘sativa’ are not particularly accurate scientifically and have become simple terms to categorize strain appearances and effects.

Most experienced cannabis connoisseurs will know what are considered to be the main differences – indicas are short, bushy plants with wide leaves, whilst sativas are essentially the opposite. Indica buds are dense and compact, and produce a body high (the infamous couch lock effect), whilst sativa buds are airy, and give a more cerebral, energetic high. Whilst there is a certain amount of truth to this, research has increasingly shown that it’s far from being that simple.

Bear in mind that while these differences between indica and sativa are generally accepted in the cultivation community, there are exceptions to the rules with some strains.

As outlined above, indica varieties can normally be told apart from sativa’s by their short, bushy stature and broad leaves. Sativas on the other hand tend to be far taller with noticeably thinner leaves. There are also differences to be found in the buds produced by each variety – indica buds are typically more compact than the fluffy, wispy flowers of sativas. As well as these physical differences, indicas vary from sativas in other, less obvious, ways. Some of which are only apparent after their flowers have been consumed.

If you’ve consumed both 100% indica and 100% sativa varieties of cannabis, you’ll know that the different effects each can produce could hardly be more obvious. To oversimplify, indicas tend to have much more of an effect on a users’ body – they produce an intensely relaxing sensation, and can cause users to become ‘couch-locked.’ This is no doubt where the lazy stoner stereotype originates, after all, we’ve all experienced what happens after a serious indica session, and how difficult it can seem to make that short trip to the fridge to satisfy your munchies.

Conversely, sativas, which are less abundant, particularly in countries without a regulated market, are more likely to produce a feeling of euphoria in a user. The effects are widely referred to as a ‘head high,’ in that they are more profoundly mental and cerebral than they are physical. Essentially, they are the polar opposite of indica’s couch-lock.

The other main difference between the two varieties is also the reason why – in prohibitionist states at least – it is usually far more difficult to get your hands on a decent sativa. To put it bluntly (no pun intended), sativas take a lot longer to grow than indicas. They are also not so well suited to indoor growing, thanks to their size, and as a result are not generally considered to be economically viable for cash-croppers and black market dealers.

Now that we’ve covered the main differences between indicas and sativas, it’s time to throw a spanner in the works. As you have probably figured out by now, in today’s world it is becoming increasingly rare to come across a strain that is 100% indica or sativa. Most are what is known as a hybrid strain. What this means is that through the selective breeding of different strains from both varieties, growers have been able to pick and choose the traits and effects they want to be present in their new strain.

The utilization of selective breeding has led to the proliferation of hybrid strains, and for good reason. There are positives and benefits associated with both indica and sativa varieties – and these are different from individual to individual – and the ability to create strains that are almost tailor-made to each individual’s needs means that purely sativa or indica strains have become a lot less prevalent. Because of this, every hybrid strain will have unique effects and characteristics, but you can make a good guess as to what those will be by looking at the genetics of that particular strain and working backwards.

Indica Seeds

Indica seeds come from rocky and dry countries such as Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, and some East and Eastern Europe. And they are widely grown worldwide. This species is mostly cultivated because of its sweet flavors, piney, earthy aromas. They also have a higher CBD content than Sativa strains.

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What Are Indica Seeds?

Cannabis Indica seeds are part of the Cannabaceae family categorized in 1785 to distinguish between Indian cannabis and European cannabis strains.

In the marijuana world today, it’s common knowledge that Indica weed seeds produce more THC than their Sativa counterparts, which provides the heightened high.

If you have bought cannabis Indica seeds to plant in your own garden, expect short, sturdy, and bushy plants with short, broad leaves and strong branches to support the dense buds’ weight. These seeds prefer high altitude and cool climates, and the plants grow up to about 3 to 6 feet (90 to 180 cm), making them perfect for indoor cultivation.

Where To Buy Indica Seeds?

A wide variety of Indica seeds for sale are available in the market, which might overwhelm novice cannabis growers. Some cannabis Indica seeds you will find in the market include:

Feminized Indica Seeds

If you are looking to eliminate male plants in your crop, these are the best Indica seeds. This is because you are assured that your field will comprise 99.9% female plants, which most growers are after.

Autoflowering Indica Seeds

If you are looking to grow cannabis Indica seeds discreetly, then autoflowers does the trick. They are short and compact, and they reward you with mature, dense buds in as little as 2 months. They are perfect for beginner growers.

Regular Indica Seeds

These contain a mixture of male and female plants. At the start of the flowering phase, you need to remove all the male plants to avoid cross-pollination. Experienced growers love these seeds because they have not been subjected to too much breeding.

To ensure that you are buying the best Indica seeds, browse our online seed bank and choose a strain that suits you best. Learn more about each strain from our descriptions or from the reviews sent by previous buyers.

Where To Grow Indica Seeds?

Although Indica weed seeds perform well in an outdoor setting, they are better suited for indoor growth. Indicas are hardy species that can withstand harsh weather.

Indica marijuana seeds grow into short, bushy plants, and some strains can fit even in the smallest grow space, such as a closet or balcony. It’s best to apply SOG (sea of green) method to train your plants to increase your overall yields.

Lighting Requirements for Indica Seeds

Light is food to the cannabis plant, and different species require varying lighting schedules. When growing Indica weed seeds, you must follow a lighting schedule. During the vegetative stage, expose your plant to 18 hours of light and 6 hours of darkness. And 12 hour light and 12 hours of darkness during the flowering stage.

If you expose your plants to 24 hours darkness when transitioning from 18 to 6 to 12/12 it may induce sexing in some plants.

Nutrient Requirements for Indica Seeds

Cannabis growers have the option of choosing either organic or non-organic nutrients. And if you are a new grower, you need to understand all the nutrient requirements for your cannabis Indica seeds. Air and water are essential elements, and through them, plants get access to CO2, O2, and hydrogen.

Other essential macro and micro-nutrients vital for your Indica weed seeds include potassium, calcium, nitrogen, magnesium, phosphorous, and sulfur. Most stores provide you with the ratio you need to follow when feeding your plants these nutrients and the respective phases.

If you are growing indoors using hydroponics, look for soluble nutrients!

Top 10 Indica Seeds

Aurora Indica

Aurora Indica is an Indica dominant hybrid strain with the ratio of Indica to Sativa being 90:10. This strain is a real powerhouse in terms of potency as it contains 14 – 19% THC levels with low CBD content. Aurora Indica is an offspring of Afghan and Northern Lights. These Indica weed seeds are easy to grow as the strain inherited its parents’ tough resilience and can withstand cold, wet, and warm climates.

Because of the Indica dominance, expect these Aurora Indica marijuana seeds to grow into short plants with dense and compact buds after a flowering period of 63 – 77 days. Dried Aurora Indica buds have a pungent, earthy, herbal, and woodsy taste and induces a powerful and relaxing body high.

These are the best Indica seeds for people with limited space and whether you grow these feminized Indica seeds indoors or outside, you will be rewarded with pretty high yields: Indoor yields range from 1.3 – 1.6 oz/ft² (400 – 500 g/m²) and 14 – 21 oz (400 – 600 gr) per plant for outdoor crops.

Ice Cream Cake

Ice Cream Cake is a hybrid strain with a 75:25 ratio of Indica to Sativa. It is a potent strain that is famous among users, as it has a mix of sweet, earthy, citrusy, and vanilla tastes. Cured Ice Cream Cake buds deliver euphoric and relaxing effects. It is got by breeding Wedding Cake with Gelato #33 and prefers a warm climate. These Indica marijuana seeds can be cultivated either indoors or outdoors and produce slightly higher yields: indoor yield range from 1.6 – 1.8 oz/ft² (500 – 550 g/m²) and 19 – 21 oz (550 – 600 gr) for the outdoor crop.

If you are looking to buy Indica seeds for sleeping problems, Ice Cream Cake seeds are your answer. Not only will you be rewarded with a high-yielding strain with a short flowering time that lasts from 53 to 63 days, but also a strain with a high THC content ranging from 19 to 23% and low levels of CBD.

White Rhino

White Rhino is an Indica dominant strain with 80% Indica and 20% Sativa. It is an offspring of the White Widow and North American Indica. This strain prefers warm weather and grows into average height plants with a flowering time that ranges from 63 to 70 days. Whether you grow White Rhino seeds indoors or outdoors, you will be rewarded with massive yields, with indoor produce being 2.9 oz/ft² (900 g/m²) and 42 oz (1200 gr) per plant for the outdoor crop.

These are the most potent and high-yielding Indica marijuana seeds in this list, requiring moderate growing experience. Cured buds leave your tastebuds wanting more as they have a sweet, woody, lemon, and honey flavor. The high THC content (20-26%) provides users with a powerful high that is calming and relaxing, leaving them feeling sleepy.

Blackberry Kush

Blackberry Kush is an Indica dominant strain that is easy to grow. It is got by crossing Afghani and Blackberry and prefers a mild climate. These Indica marijuana seeds rise into medium-sized plants that excel both indoors and outdoors. Blackberry Kush strain has a short flowering period of 56 – 63 days and high yields, with the indoor yields going up to 1.6 oz/ft² (500 g/m²) and 19 – 21 oz (550 – 600 gr) per plant for the outdoor crop.

Grow Blackberry Kush Indica seeds and get to enjoy tasty buds that feature berry, earthy and sweet flavor with a high THC content ranging from 16 to 20% that makes you feel happy and relaxed.

Strawberry Banana

Blackberry Kush is an Indica dominant strain that is easy to grow. It is got by crossing Afghani and Blackberry and prefers a mild climate. These Indica marijuana seeds rise into medium-sized plants that excel both indoors and outdoors. Blackberry Kush strain has a short flowering period of 56 – 63 days and high yields, with the indoor yields going up to 1.6 oz/ft² (500 g/m²) and 19 – 21 oz (550 – 600 gr) per plant for the outdoor crop.

Grow Blackberry Kush Indica seeds and get to enjoy tasty buds that feature berry, earthy and sweet flavor with a high THC content ranging from 16 to 20% that makes you feel happy and relaxed. This sweet strain is perfect for sleep and appetite loss issues.

Strawberry Banana

Strawberry Banana is a product of Banana Kush and Bubble Gum, and it thrives in mild climates. This Indica dominant strain has 70% Indica and 30% Sativa genetics. Strawberry Banana Indica seeds are easy to grow, and their short flowering time of 56 – 63 days ensures you get to enjoy this potent bud in the shortest time possible. Strawberry Banana plants are average, and outdoor plants produce 21 oz (600 gr) per plant, while indoor yields are 1.3 – 1.6 oz/ft² (400 – 500 g/m²).

Strawberry Banana flavor profile leaves your taste buds wanting more as it has a mix of sweet, earthy, tropical, and strawberry taste. Sit back and enjoy this potent strain with ridiculous levels of THC (22-26%). It provides cannabis connoisseurs with a euphoric and energizing high that gives you the courage to express yourself – the high mellows down to an uplifting high, leaving you feeling sleepy and hungry.

Big Bud

Big Bud is an award-winning strain with 85% Indica and 15% Sativa. It is got by crossing Afghan with Skunk and grows in a warm and sunny climate. Big Bud Indica marijuana seeds grow into medium-sized plants with a brief flowering period that lasts from 60 to 65 days. When you cultivate these cannabis Indica seeds indoors or outdoors, you are rewarded with high yields with indoor plants producing 1.5 – 1.6 oz/ft² (450 – 500 g/m²) and 19 oz (550 gr) per plant for the outdoor crop.

Big Bud Indica seeds for sales are available on Dutch Seeds Shop, and they offer users a smooth, fruity, and Kush flavor and a powerful, well-balanced cerebral buzz and body relaxation.

Granddaddy Purple

Granddaddy Purple is a stunning Indica dominant strain got by crossing Purple Urkle and Big Bud. It is an easy strain to grow with the ratio of 75:25 Indica to Sativa, respectively. Granddaddy Purple excels in a mild climate and grows in short plants with a flowering period of 65 – 70 days. You should expect the indoor plant to produce 1.3 – 1.6 oz/ft² (400 – 500 g/m²) and 14 oz (400 – 600 gr) per plant for outdoor plants.

If you are looking to invest in Indica seeds for sale, whose effect takes time to manifest, Granddaddy Purple seeds are your best bet. Consumers love the sweet, grape, and fruity taste of this strain with herbal notes and the high THC content (15-19%) that delivers powerful, balanced, euphoric effects that extend to the body, inducing relaxation. The effects do not hit at once; instead, it increases slowly until you find yourself couch-locked.

Blue Cookies

Blue Cookies feminized Indica seeds are produced by crossing Girl Scout Cookies and Blueberry. It comprises 75% Indica and 25% Sativa genetics. These Indica weed seeds grow into medium-sized plants that thrive in warm weather. This strain inherited some of its parents’ best features, such as smell, taste, and high THC content ranging from 20 to 25%. The levels of CBD are less than 1%. Blue Cookies boasts of sweet, candy, blueberry taste as well as orange and berry. This potent strain provides its users with an uplifting cerebral high.

If you are looking to grow the best fragrant and tasting strain, Blue Cookies are your best bet. You can find Blue Cookies Indica seeds for sale on our website. These seeds prefer a warm climate and grow into average-sized plants with a flowering period ranging from 56 to 63 days. Although this strain requires average skills, you will be rewarded with decent yield with Indoor plants producing 1.1 – 1.5 oz/ft² (350 – 450 g/m²) and 16 oz (450 gr) per plant for outdoor crops.

Grape Ape

Growing Grape Ape Indica seeds is loads of fun as they require moderate growing experience and a mild climate. It is a mix of Afghani, Mendocino Purps, and Skunk #1.

For beginner growers, it’s best to go with Grape Ape feminized Indica seeds because they have a short flowering time of 42 – 56 days and produce high yields. Indoor plant yields can go up to 1.6 oz/ft² (500 g/m²) and 25 oz (700 gr) per plant for the outdoor crop.

Not only do you get to enjoy the strain’s unique flavor profile that is made of candy, grape, skunk, musk, and hash, but you also indulge in the powerful effects because of the 15 – 25% THC content.

Blue Mystic

Blue Mystic has a rich heritage as it is got by crossing two renowned strains, Northern Lights and Blueberry. Like its name, this delectable strain taste and smell are reminiscent of fruit and berry. With a THC content of 20%, Blue Mystic offers its users an intoxicating high that is relaxing and sedating.

Blue Mystic is an Indica dominant strain containing 80% Indica and 20% Sativa. These Cannabis Indica seeds grow into medium-sized plants with a flowering time of 8 – 9 weeks, and their yield range between 1.3 – 2 oz/ft² (400 – 600 g/m²). Blue Mystic Indica seeds excel both indoors and outdoors and prefer warm weather.

Final Thoughts on Indica Seeds

Cannabis growers are in love with Indica seeds because of the euphoric high.

Indica Cannabis Seeds

Hailing from the Hindu Kush mountain ranges near Afghanistan, this ancient strain has always been known for its deeply relaxing and sedating effects and aromatic, resinous buds.

Amnesia Purple Feminized

A strain as tasty and invigorating as a purple lemon!

Badazz Cheese Feminized

Retaining the Diesel taste from its OG lineage along with the famous flavor of its Cheese parent. The strain for those wanting an uplifting and energetic high.

Big Bud Fast Version

I like big buds, and I cannot lie. This baby got bud!

Blue Haze Feminized

A fun, euphoric, and energetic high lends to being effective any time of day.

Autoflower Cream Candy

Experience intense relaxation and calm while luxuriating in the sweet vanilla scent.

Critical Fast Version

Delight your senses with a sweet earthy smell. Envelope your body with deep relaxation.

Autoflower Critical Purple

The biggest buds you’ve ever laid eyes on, coupled with a heavenly stone.

Autoflower Critical x Mazar

This plant is very compact (60-80 cm) and easy to grow both indoors and outdoors.

Black Domina Feminized

This one creeps up on you with a full-body high that comes on like a wave.

Gorilla Lemon Fire Feminized

Intensely fragrant and flavorful. Experience the glorious blend of cerebral uplift and profound body stone.

Hindu Kush Regular

A true cannabis classic.

L.A. Confidential Feminized

Cherry Pie Feminized

Expect a euphoric high with uplifting moods and focus.

Pure Indica Feminized

There’s no denying the unadulterated assets of Pure Indica.

Skunk x Northern Lights Fast Version

Start with a soaring mental buzz, and end with a sedating high with Skunk x Northern Lights.

Autoflower Super Skunk

Who needs superpowers to fly high and calm the storm when Auto Super Skunk is around?

Sunset Sherbet Feminized

Autoflower Sweet Tooth

Full body high starting with an uplifting sense or euphoria.

Autoflower Tangerine

Your no-fail daily grind companion. Guaranteed to help you accomplish all your tasks.

Autoflower Triple XL

As an Indica dominant, get ready for supreme relaxation with this powerful strain.

Alien Technology Regular

Mysterious, elusive, potent. A weed that goes beyond human understanding.

Banana Punch Feminized

This tropical fruit-flavored weed delivers a one-two punch of happy stimulation and deep relaxation.

Autoflower Critical Jack

An essential for mind and body rejuvenation

CBD Kush x CBD Kush Feminized

The ultimate hack for dealing with the stress of modern life

Shishkaberry Punch Feminized

Tropical fruit punch flavors combined with a THC punch

Badazz x Rolex Feminized

A timeless masterpiece designed to comfort the mind and body.

Autoflower Bubba Kush

Large, bulky buds have a pale-green, sometimes purple color and offer the user tranquilizing effects – helping with muscle pain and melting away your stress.

Blueberry Feminized

Blueberry is an iconic strain that hits hard, both in flavor and effects.

Black Domina x Scott’s OG Feminized

Get a head start on it now.

Big Bud Feminized

This Indica dominant will have you enjoying an uplifting high that starts out euphoric and leaves you feeling relaxed and mellow.

Blue Cheese Feminized

Despite the 80% Indica dominance, the high is very lively and suitable for daytime pain relief when used in low doses.

Autoflower Blueberry x Big Devil

The perfect union of delicious flavor and outstanding relaxation. Incredibly easy to grow as well.

Cement Shooz Feminized

Intense body stone, ending in full sedating effects making you feel as though you are weighted into the couch with an uplifting calm.

CBD Girl Scout Cookies 1 to 1 Feminized

Uplifting, giggly, and very focused for an indica-dominant strain.

Autoflower Critical Mass

An increasingly popular mash-up of classic strains Afghani and Skunk #1.

Autoflower Critical x No Name

Critical Blue Feminized

Unwind after work with this relaxing, highly fragrant strain.

Cream Caramel Feminized

With effects lasting 3 – 4 hours, Cream Caramel is definitely a “sit and stay” strain. Perfect for evening!

Northern Lights Fast Version

Behold, Aurora, the goddess of the rosy-fingered dawn!

Fire OG Feminized

Grandaddy Black Feminized

Grandaddy Purple Feminized

Within the genre of purple Indicas, this is the granddaddy of them all. Elegant and powerful!

Hawaii x Purple Skunk Feminized

Mystery is the soul of existence. The great unknown can produce great results.

Lemon Garlic OG Feminized

Can’t decide whether to eat it or smoke it.

Maple Leaf Feminized

Relaxing as a nature walk in the Rockies.

Mochalope Feminized

Dark espresso, creamy milk, and sweet chocolate syrup. No, it’s not a mochaccino. It’s Mochalope.

Mochalope Regular

Comforting and utterly delectable, like a warm cup of mocha on a cold evening.

Autoflower Northern Lights

Just when you thought it can’t get any better, here comes the best version of Northern Lights.

Northern Lights Feminized

Autoflower Purple Kush

The plant itself is very easy to care for and you will enjoy the tell-tale deep purple buds that develop.

Purple Punch Feminized

Shishkaberry Feminized

Get ready to sit back and relax. Shishkaberry is on the case.

White Amnesia Feminized

Let your mind soar to a trippy new dimension with White Amnesia!

Autoflower White Widow x Crystal Meth

Auto White Widow x Crystal Meth Fem is a high THC, Indica dominant, resinous strain that induces euphoria and smells like lemons.

Autoflower Wedding Cake

Kosher Kush Feminized

Sink into blissful tranquility with this Indica strain.

Blueberry Regular

It will always be one of everyone’s favorites

White Widow Regular

An easy-to-grow hybrid

What Are Indica Cannabis Seeds?

Whether you’re a new cannabis enthusiast or you’ve been indulging for a while, you may already know that there are two primary strains from which to choose: Cannabis sativa and Cannabis indica. Though scientists aren’t sure if there’s just one cannabis species or several, certain taxonomic differences allow users and breeders to tell the difference between indica and sativa varieties. Here, we’ll discuss what sets indica seeds apart, as well as the effects these strains produce.

Cannabis indica is part of the Cannabaceae family, which was classified back in 1785 to distinguish Indian cannabis from European strains. French biologistJean-Baptiste Lamarck observed that Indian marijuana strains offered intoxicating effects not found in plants from Europe. Today, we know that indica pot seeds produce more THC and less CBD than sativa varieties. It’s the elevated THC content that provides a heightened psychoactive experience.

For medicinal purposes, indica varieties may help users relax and relieve stress, and their slight numbing properties may help to alleviate pain in some users. Some enthusiasts recommend indica strains if you want an overall body buzz, and the sedative effects of indica also make it a great natural sleep aid.

If you are buying indica seeds in an effort to grow your own cannabis garden, expect bushier, stockier plants than you’d find with sativa seeds. Indica-dominant strains prefer high-altitude, cool climates and are easily identified by their short, wide leaves and dense branches. These plants typically reach heights of two to four feet, and they usually produce wide, dense buds. These aspects make indicas easier to grow indoors than sativas.

Those seeking pure indica seeds should know that cross-breeding has introduced a significant level of variability in today’s strains. Cannabis is one of the world’s first agricultural crops, according toCarl Sagan, and recent growers have taken enormous liberties in the creation of hybrid strains. Everyone is different, and each strain will have unique effects.

How Are Indica Marijuana Seeds Made?

Cannabis indica has origins in the Kush regions of Afghanistan and Pakistan, and it’s widely grown in other areas of the subcontinent. These plants typically flower at eight to 12 weeks after germination, and in most cases, growers can expect to get up to 2.5 ounces of flower from each plant.

Indica seeds are bred for their piney, earthy aromas and sugary sweet flavors. Because these strains have a higher average CBD content than most sativas, indica seeds are often bred to provide a more stoned feeling. Indica strains are sometimes created to treat conditions such as:

  • Anxiety
  • Chronic pain
  • Muscle spasms
  • Declining appetite
  • Nausea
  • Lupus
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Sleep apnea

The most popular medicinal and recreational indica cannabis seeds include Northern Lights and Kush, among others. Most indica growers have bred and selected these seeds for their THC content, which has lowered the average CBD level to about one percent. However, more cultivators are trying to produce CBD-rich seed strains as this cannabinoid’s medicinal effects become more widely known.

Why Choose Indica Weed Seeds?

Because of the whole-body relaxation provided by flower grown from indica seeds, these strains work well to treat general anxiety, body pain, and sleep disorders. Other potential benefits of these potent indica strains include:

  • Seizure reduction
  • Spasm relief
  • Muscle relaxation
  • Headache relief
  • Anxiety reduction
  • Body pain relief

For such reasons, medicinal marijuana patients often take indica treatments before going to bed for the night. Other enthusiasts use indica-dominant strains to mitigate chronic pain and deal with stressful situations. While a sativa seed strain may help its grower deal with depression and other mood imbalances, indicas are for those who are stressed.

The purer an indica strain is, the more obvious its sedative effects are. Today’s dispensaries and seed banks are full of hybrids that have the characteristics of both indicas and sativas. To find the best indica-dominant strain for your needs, count on the experts at the i49 Seed Bank.

Where to Grow Indica Cannabis Seeds

Though indica seeds do well outdoors, they’re better suited to indoor grow ops. In comparison with sativa-dominant strains, indicas are hardier and can stand up to harsh weather. This is because they originated in the Hindu Kush mountains that form part of the border between Afghanistan and Pakistan.

In an indoor garden, our indica 420 seeds are ideal because they grow smaller than sativa plants, so they’ll fit into the smallest grow rooms. Outdoor grown indicas rarely grow higher than six feet tall; indoors, they seldom reach more than three feet (one meter) in height. An indica-dominant strain will grow bushier and wider than a sativa plant will.

If you are growing indica plants indoors, it’s best to use the SOG (sea of green) method to produce a great yield while controlling the plant’s growth to suit its environment. For more tips on growing our indica strains, check out our Grow at Home guides.

Buying Indica Cannabis Seeds in the USA

The i49 Seed Bank has a range of indica seeds for sale. Unlike indica-dominant hybrids, our pure indica strains exhibit only the most well-known indica traits. These can be observed in the high you get when consuming the flower, with effects ranging from pain relief to sedation.

Pure indica cannabis strains have various levels of THC and CBD. While sativas are known for their high THC content, many indica varieties have low or medium tetrahydrocannabinol levels. With a look at some of our most popular indica-dominant strains, you’ll notice that they’re more like pure indicas in terms of the effects they provide. These are some of the highest-quality seeds available on our site. To learn more about our selection, email us at i49.net today.

How to Buy Indica Cannabis Seeds Online

Seeds are classed as cannabis products, just like concentrates, edibles, and flower. The legality of seed possession depends on your location. Those living in states with legalization initiatives can buy, grow, and sell cannabis seeds within the state’s borders, but they cannot send seeds across state lines. Those in states with medical marijuana laws can buy seeds only if they have an MMJ card.

Here’s a brief breakdown of the types of seeds we sell:

  • Ourregular seeds contain a mix of females and males. Many growers like these because they have not been inbred as much as auto-flowering or feminized seeds. You’ll need to separate the plants once they start flowering, because males will pollinate the females and create seed-filled flower.
  • Ourfeminized seeds are easy to grow, even for novice gardeners. These high-quality seeds are guaranteed to produce bud-bearing female plants.
  • Ourauto-flowering seeds move from the vegetative to the flowering phase according to their age, not the amount of light they get. Auto-flowering varieties have a short harvest time, and they can be ready in as little as three months. Though these strains are a bit less potent than other varieties, they’re great for those who want to take a more hands-off approach to cannabis cultivation.

Many of the world’s most well-known seed banks are located overseas, but i49 Seed Bank is proud to offer the best indica seeds right here in the USA. We offer seeds of all varieties from a range of breeders, so you’re sure to find the seeds you want at a great price.

Growing Indica Cannabis Seeds

Our indica seed varieties are great for new growers because indoor grow rooms can be modified to mimic the weather of the mountainous regions of Pakistan and Afghanistan. They flower quickly, which makes them ideal for those looking for a quick harvest. Here are a few tips for successful indica growth.

  • Select the right strain. First-time growers typically do better with hybrids than with pure indica strains.
  • Control the size of the plants by limiting their time in the vegetative phase. Once they’re on a 12/12 lighting schedule, they’ll start to flower.
  • Protect your plants from mold. Ensure that they have good ventilation and airflow, and trim the fan leaves late in the flowering stage. Keep the grow room’s humidity at less than 50% during flowering and lower it to about 40% during the last two weeks. If you’re growing in soil, let the top layer dry completely between watering visits.

Indica flower should be dried and cured properly after it’s picked. Although indicas are somewhat more forgiving than sativas, the drying and curing process is a bit tricky. An indica plant’s dense buds are susceptible to mold growth, which means they must be dried thoroughly and carefully.

Optimal Lighting Conditions for Indica Cannabis Seeds

Light is just a different kind of food for cannabis plants and remembering this will help you choose the right lighting. Just as athletes follow certain diets, cannabis cultivators must choose the right type of light for the growing environment. Here, we’ll discuss optimal lighting for indica strains.

  • It’s crucial to follow a schedule. Many growers overlook light scheduling, to their detriment. An 18/6 schedule is a great place to start the vegetative stage, and an even 12/12 is best for flowering plants. Giving the plants a full 24-hour dark period before switching from 16/8 to 12/12 may induce sexing in some strains.
  • Try to save money where it’s possible. Even if you didn’t get a power bill each month, saving electricity will not only improve your cultivation skills, but it will also help the environment. An automated exhaust system does much to dissipate the heat created by grow room lighting, and in the winter, it will conserve heat.

There are several lighting and electrical tricks to boost yields and save money, but there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. Every grower has different methods, and these differences help to keep us at the top of our bud-growing game.

Optimal Nutrients for Indica Cannabis Seeds

Cannabis cultivators have many nutrient options, which makes it hard for new growers to find the right solution. In the section below, we’ll provide a brief guide on selecting the right nutrients for a great crop.

  • Carbon,hydrogen, andoxygen are the building blocks of life. They’re absorbed by the plants in vapor or gas form, and under the right growing conditions, the air and water will provide these essential elements.
  • Essential macro- and micro-nutrientswill keep your plants healthy. These includenitrogen,potassium,phosphorus,calcium,magnesium, andsulfur. Of these nutrients, nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium are the most important. If you buy nutrients in a store or online, you’ll see the ratio of these elements on the bag. The proper ratio changes at certain times during the plants’ growth cycle. For instance, vegging plants need more nitrogen and potassium, while flowering plants need more phosphorus.
  • Calcium,magnesium,iron,zinc,copper, and other trace mineralsare only needed in small quantities, but they’re essential to the growth and health of your cannabis crop.

Those growing indica weed seeds in a hydroponic garden can buy soluble nutrient blends. Most commercially available nutrient blends contain the right amount of these nutrients, but supplementation is sometimes necessary.

Advanced Tips for Indica Cannabis Seeds

Growing cannabis at home is an exciting and rewarding activity, but many people aren’t sure where to start. Here are a few advanced cultivation tips to help you take your indica growing game to the next level.

  • Top your plants. This process involves removing the top of a plant to encourage thicker, fuller growth around the sides. This practice may seem counterintuitive, but it is proven to increase crop yields.
  • Try fimming. This method is like topping, but it’s more like a trim than a buzz cut. Fimming also encourages bushy plant growth and boosts cola production. This training technique is ideally suited to young plants, as it encourages lateral branching and additional flowering.
  • Lollipopping involves removing the small low and side branches on an indica-dominant plant. Once this is done, the plant can focus all its energy on its main branches where buds are sure to grow.
  • Do some low-stress training.This method, also known as LST, involves gradual bending of a plant’s branches so they grow in the desired direction. As long as it’s done slowly and gently, LST won’t cause undue harm to your precious cannabis plants.
  • Grow a monster crop. The monster cropping technique got its name because it produces numerous flowering plants at the same time. Take clones of healthy flowering plants and replant them; you’ll quickly end up with many more flowering plants. It’s a great way to maximize the value of your most potent indica strains.
  • Try super cropping. This technique involves bending the main stem or branches until they’re almost ready to break. It may increase yields, especially in hardy indica strains.
  • The Screen of Greentechnique requires the attachment of a screen at a set height above the plants. Once the canopy reaches that height, the plants will grow laterally rather than upward. More of the plants will be exposed to the light, which results in better health and higher yields.
  • The Sea of Greentechnique allows cultivators to grow numerous small plants within a short time. By packing the plants in tightly, you’ll trim them less often and use the grow space to its maximum potential.
  • Flush the crop. Here, you’ll pour clean water through the soil or the hydroponic system to remove all solids and nutrients.

A final technique, main lining, helps cannabis plants grow a certain way via the use of one or more of the other techniques on this list. The objective is to ensure that each branch on an indica plant is connected to the main stem, and that every branch gets the same amount of light and nutrients.

Top 5 Indica Cannabis Seeds Recommendations

Indicas are often favored among experienced cannabis users. When someone wants some ‘fire’ or ‘loud’, they’re usually talking about a potent indica strain. Here are our top five indica seed recommendations.

Auto Purple Kush

Auto Purple Kush Femis an indica-dominant strain that provides bright purple buds with vibrant orange hairs, as well as a great taste and aroma. Any auto-flowering strain aficionado should consider growing Auto Purple Kush for its taste and its potency.

Hindu Kush

Hindu Kush Femseeds have their origins in the mountains between Pakistan and Afghanistan. Its thick trichome coating protects the buds from the elements while producing potent hashish or kief. Plants grown from these seeds are resistant to mold and disease, which makes them great for cultivation in suboptimal conditions.

Northern Lights

Northern Lights Femseeds produce plants with hard, dense buds, great resistance to disease, and world-famous potency. These short, stocky plants are easy to train, require little maintenance, and flower quickly, making them ideal for busy growers who want a quick yield.

Blueberry

Blueberry Femis an indica-dominant hybrid that’s known for its delicious flavor and pleasing aroma. It delivers a potent, euphoric high that’s sure to please new and experienced cannabis users alike.

LA Confidential

LA Confidential Femis a 90% indica strain that offers a piney aroma and powerful effects. It mixes California and Afghani indica traits for greater potency. Plants will provide lime-green buds with white crystals and red hairs, as well as a calming high that may turn psychedelic at higher doses.

Are you looking for a new indica strain to try? We have what you’re searching for! Visit i49 Seed Bank online to see our incredible selection of indica seeds.

Why Choose i49 Seed Bank?

Many growers find that buying indica seeds online is a somewhat confusing and intimidating prospect, and in some cases, they may wonder if it’s legal. As many states legalize recreational and medical marijuana, America’s growers have more leeway when making online seed purchases. Our reliable seed bank will help you complete your purchase with reassurance and confidence.

Interesting Facts About Indica Pot Seeds

When it comes to medicinal and recreational cannabis, users have two choices: indica and sativa. By combining these two types, growers have developed thousands of hybrid strains with unique qualities. Indicas are known for their relaxing and pain-relieving properties. Here are a few interesting facts about indica 420 seeds.

  • They look much different from sativa plants. Indicas are bushier, shorter, and have wider leaves. Their short flowering period and small stature make them great for indoor cultivation.
  • Indicas affect the body more than they affect the mind. These strains have a higher average CBD content, which means they provide great medical benefits with fewer psychoactive effects.
  • Indicas are full of resin. Hash makers prefer indica strains for their high resin content.
  • Not all indica strains are relaxing. While many indicas do provide these effects, they’re dependent upon a particular strain’s terpene and cannabinoid makeup, as well as the user’s body chemistry.

Whether you’re looking for relaxing, sedative, or euphoric effects, we have the strains you want at i49 Seed Bank.

Common Misspellings and Abbreviations

Though most of our cannabis seed customers know them as indica seeds, they’re often referred to by other names. These include:

  • Indie seeds
  • In-da-couch seeds
  • Kush seeds
  • Marihuana seeds

No matter what you call them, you can find the best selection of indica strains at our USA seed bank. Call or visit us today!

Final Comments

Indica strains are valued for their euphoric, pain relieving, and sedative effects, which makes them an important natural treatment for a variety of conditions. When you’re looking for some all-natural relief, consider growing one of our potent indica strains. View our selection of indica seeds online at the i49 Seed Bank or call us at +1-888-441-4949 to learn more about our products. We’re here to help you get the most out of your purchase and your grow op!