|Genetics||Mong Hsat, northeast Myanmar|
|High||cerebral, energetic, trippy
|Aroma||sweet, spicy, cinnamon, pepper, woody, hash, lemongrass, mango|
|Flowering time (indoor)||18-20 weeks|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||December-January|
Due to popular demand we have very limited stock of these rare heirloom seeds. This strain is available in our shop courtesy of Ace Seeds, the official reseller for the Indian Landrace Exchange. We would like to thank Ace Seeds for their kind collaboration.
Burma is located on the north east of India, bordering with several countries: China, Laos, Thailand, Bangladesh and India, thus making it a natural hub for multicultural confluence. The entire country experiences an overwhelmingly monsoon based weather which is extremely humid, with moderate coastal temperatures.
The eastern part of the country is bordered with Laos namely, Mong Hsat district which is situated inside the eastern Shan province. The cannabis plant samples acquired from this region have very airy and fluffy buds which seems to be fitting for the environment as none of the plant suffers from mildew or botrytis at all. The plants grow with lightly coloured floral bracts and a subtle fade on the fan leaves as well. The plants smell sweet/spicy, like cinnamon, pepper and wood.
This landrace Sativa grows well in most environments, although it's eminently an outdoor strain for warm and tropical climates, showing great resistance against heat, rains, wind and fungus. The plants have a classic equatorial Sativa structure, with vigorous tall growth. The high is energizing, cerebral, and can trigger psychedelic states.
- rare tropical landrace
- pure Sativa effect
- high heat resistance
- high mold resistance
- broad spectrum use