Firstly, In the cannabis marketplace, both indica and sativa are heavily associating with their effects. The classic definition, which it turns out is overly simplistic, is a strain that produces a strong physical high. For most cannabis users, the term indica evokes memories of haziness, couch lock, and deep relaxation. Also, The industry uses this pop-culture definition as a way to market indica and sativa cultivars, and thousands of other cannabis products. There is no real correlation between the effects and the physical structure of today’s cannabis plants. Further, The terms indica and sativa are far more useful for cultivators than for consumers. In cultivation, the terms are common to describe the plant’s morphology, or physical characteristics, and its growing cycle.