It has been my experience and, I believe most others, that when you cook with weed, the buzz is always the same, whether you use Indica or Sativa. The difference between Indica pot and Sativa pot is not the THC. That's the same, no mater what. It's the difference in terpenes between Indica and Sativa that make the buzz different. Here is a pretty good read from Leafly that talks about it... https://www.leafly.com/news/cannabis-101/terpenes-the-flavors-of-cannabis-aromatherapy If I may quote that article... Each individual terpene is associated with unique effects. Some promote relaxation and stress-relief, while others promote focus and acuity. Linalool, for example, is believed to be relaxing whereas limonene elevates mood. The effect profile of any given terpene may change in the presence of other compounds in a phenomenon known as the entourage effect. More research is needed to understand each terpene’s effect when used in harmony with others. Their differences can be subtle, but terpenes can add great depth to the horticultural art and connoisseurship of cannabis. Most importantly, terpenes may offer additional medical value as they mediate our body’s interaction with therapeutic cannabinoids. So, in short, the terpenes are very important whether you use pot to medicate or whether you use it for recreation. Or, both. Searching for a specific strain for your particular needs is no longer, necessarily the only option. You can fine tune your own extract to suit your needs, whether it be pain or party. Also, there is some discussion about the terpenes we use not being from cannabis. There is some argument both ways but the studies I have read (I'll link some) all pretty much agree that limonene (for example) terp from cannabis is exactly the same (at the molecular level) as limonene from a lemon or lime. So, we are not adding anything that is not true to cannabis by doing this. There are 2 reasons to add terps to edibles. One is to fine tune the edible to your desired result.Which may be a tiny bit un-natural. But, it's pretty cool. The other reason, and most importantly, is because when we cook/heat/whatever the pot to decarb it, some terpenes are lost. These terps are not lost when we smoke or vape but when we cook them off, they are gone gone gone. And, cannabis terps start evaporating at about 70F and a ton start at just about 100F. So, decarbing our pot at 240F for 40 minutes is heating off a ton of terps. It's OK, I believe... to put them back. OK, now that I have satisfied the tree huggers and purists that we are not tainting it.... LOL There are, I think 300 terpenes in cannabis but about 90+% of them (by volume) are about 7 or 8 flavors. I bought 5. Looking back, if I choose the 5 over, I might not buy the Alpha Pinene and I would substitute another one. The Alpha Pinene has a ton of flavor but not as much effect. Check out that article on Leafly. It describes the top 8 terps. I use: Alpha Pinene Beta Caryophyllene Linalool Myrcene Limonene The other predominant ones are Terpinolene Ocimene Humulene You need an accurate method to measure 10ul or so. Search 'capillary tubes ul' and you'll find different sizes. Or, if you find you like doing this, but an adjustable pipette like this one.... https://www.ebay.com/itm/Scitecher-...able+pipette&_from=R40&rt=nc&LH_TitleDesc=0|0 I love mine and it's easy to get 100% perfect does every time. OK, with all that said, let's talk about which terps and why.