Top 5 Indica Weed Strains

Top 5 Indica Weed Strains

Indica cannabis strains have the reputation of providing couch-locking, sedative, and relaxing sensations. However, different Indica strains will have different sets of effects that can sometimes not resemble a “typical Indica.” We will look at some of the top Indica dominant weed strains and form a top 5 Indica strains list. It is important to note that everyone’s top best Indica cannabis strain list will be different, but here are some of our favourites at Just Cannabis

Pink Bubba

The Pink Bubba cannabis strain has a considerable fan base making it one of the top 5 Indica weed strains. It is an Indica strain with average THC levels between 19-25%. Furthermore, the Pink Bubba cannabis strain is a colourful plant with bright yellow-green nugs with orange hairs and pink undertones. It has medium to large, chunky and spherical flowers that grow in pebbly clusters. The clusters are eye-catching, covered in sticky, icy trichomes. The strain has an earthy floral scent and leaves a woodsy, slightly floral accent on the exhale.

The Pink Bubba marijuana strain’s main medical uses are deep physical relaxation, alleviating fatigue, stress, depression, and anxiety. It is also an excellent strain for relieving chronic or mild physical pain. For example, the Pink Bubba weed strain helps people with back pain, cramps, or muscle spasms because of its analgesic properties. In addition, it will restore appetite, fight nausea, and can induce sleep.

The Pink Bubba marijuana strain crosses Bubba Kush and Pink Kush and gives a slowly building high that brings dreamy euphoria. All these properties make these buds one of the top Indica dominant strains around. 

Romulan Strain

The Romulan cannabis strain is an Indica strain with an average THC level ranging between 20-24%. It holds the title to be one of the top 5 Indica strains in 2018.

The scent of the Romulan marijuana strain is sweet and earthy, with hints of fresh pine and grape. The taste is spicy and earthy, with hints of spice and sweet lemon. The plants have purplish-hued stems, large dark-green leaves, and dense, light green buds.

Common medical uses for the Romulan weed strain are anxiety, chronic pain, and depression. It is also sometimes used to restore appetite and keep nausea away. Because it induces sleepiness, it is also great at combating insomnia, muscle spasms, and migraines. The deep relaxation will leave users in couch-lock.

The Romulan cannabis strain brings euphoria and a strong brain haze. It induces deep relaxation to the point of sleepiness, which makes Romulan marijuana an excellent nighttime strain. However, it does cause intense hunger, so keep enough snacks handy.


An Indica dominant hybrid, the Bubblegum marijuana strain, holds a ratio of 80:20 Indica to Sativa, with a THC level ranging from 15-19%. This medical marijuana strain has gained a swift reputation for its sweet candy smell, mouthwatering bubblegum flavour, and potent effects. A widespread strain, Bubblegum is light green with vivid orange hairs, icy crystals and an airy appearance. In addition, it holds a unique tropical aftertaste that’s gained a fanbase of individuals who fancy the sweet and fruity selections. 

Bubblegum weed strain delivers full-bodied results that will calm and invigorate you at the same time. It offers the classic effects of old-school Indica. A few minutes after taking a hit, you’ll enter into a stress-free, care-free state of euphoria and complete relaxation. Watch out for those munchies, though! 

The high potency and effects of Bubblegum also make it an excellent tool for those dealing with nausea, chronic pain, depression, insomnia, and muscle cramps. This uplifting strain gives patients the ability to perform their daily tasks. Furthermore, the Bubblegum cannabis strain is the recipient of many awards and has been included in the High Times Cannabis Cup regularly! See for yourself what the hype is all about! The worst case is you end up in a joyous state without any worries! 

El Chapo Strain

A combination of three strains, Face-Off OG, OG Kush, and SFV OG, the El Chapo weed strain contains 70% Indica and 30% Sativa. The buds are cone-shaped and deep green with orange pistils and give off an earthy and pine aroma with lemon undertones. The smoke it emits is silky and heavy, and it provides a fruity and sour taste. These delectable features help give it a case for being one of the top Indica weed strains. 

The El Chapo cannabis strain averages 19 and 23% THC and provides an immediate cerebral high and mental stimulation. It lightens your mood and gets your creative juices flowing. The body buzz that follows eventually leads to deep sleep. Because of this, it is best in the evening. 

The El Chapo marijuana strain can potentially calm pains and aches. It also helps with depression, stress, inflammation, and insomnia. 

Big Bud

The Big Bud cannabis strain is an Indica-dominant hybrid that is renowned for its potency. This strain comes from Sensi Seeds and gives its users a quick and cerebral high when consumed. The Big Bud weed strain comprises 85% Indica and 15% Sativa and can reach 15% to 26% THC levels. As the name implies, the Big Bud has characteristic large buds and a generous yield. The plant is typically covered in large, sticky flowers with thick resin glands and produces an earthy and spicy aroma and a euphoric, relaxing high. It was one of the top 5 Indica strains in 2015 and is just as popular today.

The Big Bud marijuana strain can have many medical applications, including the treatment against aches and pains, symptoms of depression, PTSD, anxiety, and other stress disorders. It is also ideal for alleviating nausea and loss of appetite and treating insomnia due to its strong sedative properties. So it’s little wonder that the Big Bud is a much beloved and world-renowned strain. It even won the prestigious Classic Cannabis Award. 



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