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Strain: Nanda Devi
Genetics: Pure Himalayan Resin Landrace
Sourcing: Personally collected at source in Kumaon
Purpose: Charas (hand-rubbed)
Latitude: 29° N
Harvest: Mid-August to mid-September
Height: 2 - 4 metres outdoors
Aroma: Floral; tangy; spicy; herbal
Characteristics: Fast-flowering; soaring high; hardy; humidity tolerant
Grow Type: Greenhouse or outdoors
A charming rustic Himalayan hashplant, this is a specialised charas cultigen unique to a few remote villages of northern Kumaon to the east of the Nanda Devi Sanctuary. Unlike typical multipurpose Himalayan landraces, this strain is not grown for fibre or seed but is regarded by farmers as exclusively for charas. The aromatic resin has an intense, soaring high that evens out into a long-lasting buzz.
Unusually fast-flowering for a Himalayan landrace, this strain is harvested from mid-August to mid-September during breaks monsoon in rains. Buds are highly resinous and aromatic, producing charas that has a better, stronger high than the distinct large-seeded strains (known as 'dati') which local villages also cultivate.
Aromas are floral, tangy, herbal, and spicy. The traditional rustic braided charas this landrace produces is somewhat harder and coarser than the typical Parvati type, but it has a very distinctive euphoric effect - an uplifting and positive vibe that makes it special.
Fans of Himalayan charas such as the Nepalese of the sixties and seventies will enjoy these plants. Highly recommended for those wanting a pure, fully authentic, and traditional Himalayan charas landrace.
Terpene and cannabinoid profile for a standout specimen grown outdoors in Spain:
Note that this was a second run. The initial scan showed a higher THC content
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