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Region: Hindu Kush

Strain: Chitrali

Genetics: Pure Chitrali Hindu Kush Charas Plant
Latitude: 35° N
Regional Harvest: October - early November
Height: 1m - 4m in natural outdoor environment in Upper Chitral
Aroma: hashy, tangy, citrus
Characteristics: warm, centred high; good resin; dense buds
Traditional Purpose: charas (hashish) production (sieved/sifted)
Grow Type: greenhouse or outdoors; indoors requires experience

A rare, pure Hindu Kush strain from Upper Chitral, sourced in one of the most renowned charas producing valleys in the high Hindu Kush mountains.

Chitrali charas has a distinctively warm, centred and 'luminous' high. The plants themselves can vary in height from one metre to over three metres, depending on conditions and the particular plant. Buds are typically quite dense and resinous, with strong, tangy 'Kush' aromas. Phenotypes range from compact 'indica' to taller, more narrow leafleted 'sativa' expressions.

Upper Chitral was once one of the biggest charas regions in the entire Hindu Kush, including Afghanistan. This ended when a government crackdown began in the 70s and 80s. Due to police pressure for many years there has been little commercial growing in these valleys, with most cultivation in Chitral now restricted to garden plots and small fields for personal use.

There is a genuine need to preserve this strain which, of all the plants collected by RSC, can most definitely be described as rare.

Highly recommended to collectors and breeders.

Please note: These seeds were produced by open pollination using numerous female and male parents. This is the first generation of the original accession to be reproduced outside Chitral.

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