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Region: Himalaya

Strain: Parvati

Genetics: Himalayan Charas Plant
Latitude: 32° N
Regional Maturation: last week September to late October
Height: 3 - 5 metres
Aroma: floral and fruity aromas - orange, mango, hash
Traditional purpose: fibre, seeds, charas (hand-rubbed)
Characteristics: aromatic, flavoursome, and resinous
Grow Type: Greenhouse or Outdoors

A resinous charas landrace from the famed Parvati Valley region of the Indian Himalaya. This variety produces a soft, sticky charas, similar to the famous Malana Cream type.

Plants are tall, with a 'sativa' growth habit, and loose buds with great resin production. Aromas are hashy, floral, and fruity.

Feral 'jungli' expressions can be found, as in all Himalyan landraces. This strain should typically be able to cope outdoors in damp northern regions, where growers have reported that it can thrive.

Strains from this region have had very positive feedback from medicinal growers in the past. Medicine is one of the traditional uses of all Himalayan charas strains.


Strains in this region are increasingly affected by introduced modern hybrid genetics. Collectors are advised that purity cannot be guaranteed. Equally, it's worth acquiring these strains before the situation becomes worse.

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