All our descriptions and images have come direct from the breeders who operate in a legal climate much different to that within the United Kingdom. Take note, you should NEVER try cultivating any cannabis plants within ANY jurisdiction where such cultivation is illegal. Our seeds are sold purely for souvenirs and should be treated as a curio or novelty item and should never be germinated. PLEASE DO NOT BREAK THE LAW!
Sex : Regular Type : Mostly sativa Flowering : Photoperiod Genetics : Malana (Himalayan domestic charas strain) Flowering Time : Long Outdoor Harvest : October to mid-November Height : Tall THC Level : Medium Characteristics : hardy, vigorous strain with indica wide leaved characteristics, intensely resinou.
The Real Seed Company Malana is a famous North Indian charas sativa that grows on the high sun-drenched ridges of Himachal Pradesh around the famed village of Malana (renowned for its hand-rubbed top quality charas). Intensely aromatic flowering tips gleam with trichomes and virtually drip with resin. Malana reach heights of over 3 metres and cannabis seeds are vigorous and prolifically productive. First-rub charas is produced from these plants with intense care, and is soft and easily moulded by warm hands. Aromas are reminiscent of overripe fruit and mango, and are sickly sweet like traditional Indian milk confectionary. Consumed in moderation this strain gives a bright, cerebral buzz which is very sociable and giddy; larger quantities produce a highly mind-altering psychedelic effect. Yield: 1 to 2kg of dried flowers in natural outdoor environment.
12 and 25 regular Cannabis Seeds.
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