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Region: Himalaya

Strain: Johaar

Genetics: Pure Himalayan Multipurpose Landrace
Latitude: 29N
Regional Harvest: October
Height: 3m - 4m
Aroma: citrus, floral, hash
Characteristics: euphoric high, intense vigour, mold resistance, good CBD and medical potential
Traditional purpose: seeds, fibre, and hand-rubbed charas
Grow type: outdoors, greenhouse

This is a traditional multipurpose Himalayan strain from the Johaar Valley region of eastern Kumaon, on the old India-Tibet trade route.

Local farmers regard this as an excellent 'three-in-one' strain for production of fibre, seeds, and resin.

This is a distinct local plant but has similarities to the variety RSC has offered as 'Kumaoni'. As with the Kumaoni, collectors can have a high degree of certainty that this strain has not been contaminated with introduced hybrids from Western countries. Resin from this strain will have the characteristic euphoric warmth of traditional Himalayan charas.

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