Hindu KushSensi Seeds
Hindu Kush by Sensi Seeds is the feminised version of an excellent quality cannabis strain used for the development of numerous Indica hybrids. Thanks to this new creation, growers all over the world will have the chance to enjoy one of the best Indicas available in the market. Originated in a mountain range, known for being the birthplace of Indica marijuana strains, that crosses the countries of Pakistan, India and Afghanistan.
Hindu Kush turns into mid-sized, compact and resistant cannabis plants that grow well and quickly regardless of the weather conditions. Her innate strength makes it possible for inexperienced growers to obtain quality crops of large, resinous buds without devoting much time to her growth.
Despite her yield not being particularly heavy, due to her rather small size, it is definitely possible to obtain bountiful harvests should she be grown adequately by cultivators with ample experience.
The aroma of Hindu Kush is clearly Indica-like, that is, a marvellous blend of earthy, spicy and wood notes. Her flavour is a really special and innovative mixture of aniseed and sandalwood. When it comes to her effect, it is really similar to the one offered by the original strain: a deep feeling of physical relaxation that, rather than being devastating, it is light and bearable. A marvellous choice for those who wish to unwind after a busy day.
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|Seed Bank||Sensi Seeds|
|Suitable for||Indoors and outdoors|
|Indoor flowering||45-50 days|
|Indoor yield||350-400 g/m2|
|Outdoor harvest time||Late September|
|Outdoor yield||400-550 g/plant|
*Cannabinoid levels (THC, CBD...) could vary due to external factors such as the culture medium, grower's experience, cultivation techniques (SOG, SCROG...), environmental conditions, or genetic variation.