Cannabaceae Family Tree cannabis species explained
Cannabaceae Family Tree
July 5 -2018
Andri

The Cannabaceae Family Tree – List of Cannabis & Hemp Plants

The Cannabaceae family tree includes more than 170 species. They are grouped in about 11 genera. In this article, we explain the species Cannabis. Also called Hemp, Marijuana, Weed or Ganja.

According to the Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS), there are 3 species belonging to the genus Cannabis:

1. Cannabis Sativa L.
2. Cannabis Indica
3. Cannabis Ruderalis

Therefore, these three Cannabis species do belong to the Cannabaceae family tree. Other genera under the Cannabaceae family tree are Humulus (hops) and Celtis (hackberries).

As a matter of fact, breeders worldwide have created thousands of different plants & strains. Hence, there is a fourth and today the most important type:

4. Hybrid Cannabis

Below we show you the most important developments. Furthermore, we explain the difference between Cannabis, Hemp, & Marijuana. Learn how to differentiate Cannabis strains. Finally, we talk about the industrial use of hemp and medicinal uses of cannabis variations.

 

Introducing the Cannabaceae Family Tree

Cannabaceae – Cannabis genera with the 4 Varieties Ruderalis, Sativa, Indica, Hybrid by Mountain Grades

 

List of Cannabis Strains & Hemp Plants

Now, as you understand the main differences between cannabis, hemp & marijuana, it’s time to choose the right strain for you. Depending on your preferences and needs, most likely you will go for a hybrid strain. Below you will find a list of the most popular Sativa, Indica & Hybrid strains within the Cannabaceae family tree of Cannabis varieties.

Popular Cannabis Sativa Strains

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#1 MG Green Sativa

Green Sativa is an organic Sativa L. strain. Due to its low THC level usable in most countries, where CBD is legal. Hence, this Hemp Seed is listed in the common European Catalogue of Varieties. Buy Sativa Seeds here.
Crossbreeding Ratio: 100% Sativa
Cannabinoid Ratio: 0.3% THC / 0.3% CBD

#2 MG Green Fedora

Green Fedora is an organic Sativa Hemp variety. Due to its low THC level usable to make hemp seed oil or tinctures. Hence, this Hemp Seed is also listed in the common European Catalogue of Varieties. Buy Fedora Seeds here.
Crossbreeding Ratio: 100% Sativa
Cannabinoid Ratio: 0.2% THC / 0.2% CBD

Popular Cannabis Indica Strains

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#1 Northern Lights

Northern Lights remains among the most renowned strains ever. An unadulterated Indica valued for its resinous buds, quick blooming, and flexibility amid development. Itself a relative of indigenous Indica Afghani and Sativa Thai landrace strains. Northern Lights has offered to ascend to well-known mixtures like Shiva Skunk and Super Silver Haze. Sharply sweet, zesty smells emanate from the precious stone covered buds, which in some cases uncover themselves in tones of purple. Its psychoactive impacts settle in solidly all through the body. Therefore, unwinding muscles and mollifying the brain in marvelous elation. Agreeable apathy enables patients to soothe torment and restlessness, while its smooth satisfaction finds gloom and stress.
Crossbreeding Ratio: 90% Indica / 10% Sativa
Cannabinoid Ratio: 18% THC / 12% CBD

#2 God’s Gift

God’s Gift from the Buddy Boy Farms in the Washington state (USA) reached the highest THC level ever tested. Organically outdoor grown, this variety reached a blazing high THC content of 41.7%. remains among the most renowned strains ever. This strain is therefore very relaxing and makes stoners happy. Most noteworthy, it’s a breed between Granddaddy Purple (Indica) and OG Kush (Hybrid).
Crossbreeding Ratio: 60% Indica / 40% Hybrid
Cannabinoid Ratio: 41% THC / 22% CBD

Most popular Cannabis Hybrid Strains

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#1 MG Green Indica

Green Indica from Mountain Grades is a nice mix between Indica and Sativa. A variety with the highest CBD content on the market. While the THC level is pretty low. The advantages are clear. 0.8% of THC does not make you high nor stoned. While 21.7% CBD content is very valuable for medical patients. In consequence, “MG Green Indica” might help in alleviating stress, depression, ADHD, Epilepsy, relieve pain, and more. Buy Green Indica Seeds here.
Crossbreeding Ratio: 90% Sativa / 10% Indica
Cannabinoid Ratio: 0.8% THC / 21.7% CBD

#2 Sour Diesel

Sour Diesel, once in a while called Sour D, is an animating Sativa-prevailing strain. Named after its impactful, diesel-like smell. Breed by California’s famous Emerald Triangle. This quick-acting strain conveys stimulating, fantastic cerebral impacts that have pushed Sour Diesel to its amazing status. Furthermore, it does alleviate stress, pain relief, and depression help that settles on Sour Diesel the best decision among restorative patients.
Crossbreeding Ratio: 80% Sativa / 20% Indica
Cannabinoid Ratio: 22% THC / 0.2% CBD

#3 Amnesia Haze

Much the same as the name says, on the off chance that you smoke this weed, you may have an instance of amnesia. Amnesia Haze, one of the more grounded Sativa breeds. Adored by producers since it has one of the best yields of any Sativa strain. It has an elevating and energizing effect. Finally, the Cannabis Cup winner in 2004 and 2012 and famous in Amsterdam.
Crossbreeding Ratio: 80% Sativa / 20% Indica
Cannabinoid Ratio: 20% THC / 2.0% CBD

Was this article helpful? Do you have questions or comments? Which is your favorite variety? We look forward to many comments.

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The Cannabaceae Family Tree explained. Differences between Cannabis Sativa, Indica, Ruderalis, Hybrid, and a list of the most popular Hemp & Marijuana strains.
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