Dealing with sedating sativa strains

I work absurdly during the afternoon hours as long as I’m not bothered by our friends or family.

Since I work from home, an unexpected visit from a close neighbor could disrupt our work shift entirely.

I tell pretty much everyone to not take it personally if I don’t answer the iPhone or the doorbell if it’s the middle of the day because I’m actually busy finally working in our dining room. My seventh Starbucks Coffee maker is in our dining room so I don’t even need to get up for more caffeine. There’s also a mini fridge inside and a powder room affixed in the adjacent room which used to be a walk-in closet. Aside from drinking copious amounts of Starbucks Coffee and listening to fast-tempo jazz consistently while I work, I also prefer to use cannabis sparingly. I don’t use just any kind of cannabis while I work, I adore sativa strains because they’re officially much more stimulating and energizing than indicas and hybrid strains. This has at least been the case for me in our limited experience with the cannabis plant. However, the sativa Durban Funk ended up making me exhausted when I had some at the beginning of our work shift yesterday. I was instead expecting an energizing feeling akin to our coffee, however instead I felt our brain lapsing and getting distracted by extraneous thoughts. I guess that the “sativa” distinction is all but meaningless with up-to-date hybrids, however at least most growers will label a strain one genre versus another based on the subject feeling of the users. If it’s a more energizing strain, it is often immediately lumped in with other sativas. The inverse is tploy for indicas.


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