|Genetics||Hindu Kush, Afghanistan|
|High||relaxing, calming, sedative, narcotic, body stone|
|Aroma||candy, spicy, earthy, woody|
|Flowering time (indoor)||7-9 weeks
|Harvest time (outdoor)||September-October|
|Yield||500 gr/m2; 550 gr outdoor|
Hindu Kush landrace collection is a pure Indica that grows at altitudes of about 2000 meters near the Shibar pass in the Koh-e-Baba mountains of central Afghanistan. In this harsh climate marijuana plants have adapted to the short seasons, dramatic changes in temperatures, and arid conditions.
This feminized landrace Indica has been selected for quality and stability over many generations, always keeping in mind to preserve the original genetics. Hindu Kush produces very consistent plants and is a perfect choice for homogeneous growth within your indoor space directly from seeds (rather than clones).
The plants grow quite stocky and bushy with dark green foliage and are easy to grow. Their height averages 90-120 cm indoor and rarely exceeds 1.5 meters/5.2 feet outdoors. Depending on the phenotype, the flowering period spans 7-9 weeks. Outdoors you can harvest between end of September and early October. Hindu Kush landrace collection provides very potent high quality weed. The buds are dense and sticky with copious amounts of resin, and have light green to orange pistils. Traditionally the plants are used for hashish production and therefore resin content is above average.
The aroma and taste of this Hindu Kush is very earthy and spicy, reminiscent of good, dark hashish. The effect is both physically and mentally calming and eases stress away. With >24% THC and high CBD levels, it's also a medical strain for spasms, muscle aches, chronic pain, and inflammation. Hindu Kush landrace collection delivers strong body effects and an overwhelming relaxation, making the strain ideal for the evening. It can really ease your mind at night and assist with sleeping problems.
- pure Afghan landrace
- high CBD
- high THC
- medical Indica
- hash strain
- sleep disorders
- pain relief
- muscle spasm
- broad spectrum use