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Region: Middle East
Genetics: Pure Egyptian 'Drug' Landrace
Sourcing: Personally collected at source in Sinai
Purpose: Hashish (sieved) or bud
Latitude: 29° N
Regional Maturation: September
Height: 0.6 - 1.8 metres
Aroma: Unique tangy rose; hashy 'indica' notes
Characteristics: Early; hardy; unique terpenes; uniqe high; indica and sativa phenotypes
Grow Type: Outdoors, greenhouse, or indoors
Unique to the Sinai mountains of Egypt, this landrace exhibits extraordinary terpenes, a special high, and a sought-after 'indica' phenotype.
Indica phenotypes range from 0.6 - 1.5 metres and have a compact Christmas-tree profile. Sativa expressions range 1.3 - 1.8 metres height and have a trainable 'vine' habit with prolific branches. Both plants express a unique rose scent, with indica types rankly pungent during vegetative growth but developing tangy 'Turkish delight' scents during flower. Buds grow in a foxtail structure, are reasonably airy, and are resinous. Buds of indica phenotypes are less leafy and more dense.
This landrace is very hardy due to the demanding conditions in Sinai, which range from 50°c and high humidity in summer to dry, freezing conditions in winter.
Cultivation by Bedouin in the wadi is basic, occasionally using mud brought in from the Nile, but usually only camel dung.
The high from Sinai cannabis is distinctive, with a medicating and blissful effect.
Strains native to Sinai share more traits with landraces found to the north in the Middle East - the direction from which they originally spread out of Inner Asia - than they do with the varieties found to the south in Sub-Saharan Africa.
A proportion of plants exhibit CBD. A standout specimen tested in Holland exhibited 16% THC and 1.5% CBD.
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