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Pakistan Chitral Kush

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Genetics Chitral, Pakistan
Type indica
Cultivation indoor/outdoor/greenhouse
THC 15-18%
High calming, relaxing, body stone
Aroma sweet, caramel, bubblegum, cherry, grape, strawberry, berry
Flowering time (indoor) 8-9 weeks
Harvest time (outdoor) end of September, October
Yield medium
Plant height medium



Pakistan Chitral Kush (PCK) is an attractive pure Kush line that has a yummy bubblegum and berry taste. The Chitral valley is widely known in the cannabis world as home of the best Pakistani hash. With this authentic strain you can grow a pure landrace Indica of exceptional flavour and colour.

There are two main phenotypes - green and red/purple. Both types grow stout hash plants with unusually good mold resistance. Most commercial indica strains are otherwise notorious for their susceptibility to bud mold, so the natural resistance of PCK is an important feature that gives you more peace of mind and makes it a good choice for outdoor as well. The PCK is not as robust as Afghan Kush lines so you may need to support the plants if the weather gets rough. 

This is a pure landrace strain that has not been tampered with through hybridization. The high reflects the natural source of this strain - it's not overwhelming or couch lock, but rather a pleasant, relaxing body stone of moderate duration. Expect resiny delicious buds that will also make very tasty concentrates.

Pakistan Chitral Kush is a good choice for breeding projects to lower flowering time, add a fruity aroma and purple colours, as well as increase mold resistance. 

Top Features

  • rare landrace indica
  • famous hash strain
  • delicious aroma
  • good mold resistance
  • high heat resistance
  • purple colours

Medical Info

  • broad spectrum use

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
R.A. (Portugal)
Not so Kush

I don't know if the fault is with me or with the seeds. Had good germination, but several of the seedlings sstarted budding very prematurely, before they were 4 inches in height, and then died. Of the five seedlings that germinated only two are still alive now, at six weeks old (maybe). Possibly my cultivation technique is at faullt.

a.m. (United States)

Haven't grown yet