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As the name says, Afghani Hindu Kush feminized seeds belong to the lineage of the weeds that are exclusively cultivated in the Hindu Kush mountain region and nearby the banks of Armu Darya River of Afghanistan. High-supplies.com has been successful to derive these seeds on their stores, and you will find only the pure and original seeds on their stores compare to any other. The strain belong to Indica genus and holds the title for creating many strong, smoky and tasty weeds that have successfully knocked the users off from their feet, every time they take a puff.

Stocky and short in growth habit with lower branches, it develops flower clusters, which are compact and dense along the branches.

Afghani Hindu Kush is indica dominant what means she doesn’t grow very tall which makes her easy to grow indoors with limited space.
Also very suitable for outdoor growing because she can handle a great amount of stress and most of all she’s very mould and disease resistant.
These properties make her an ideal candidate for the less experienced growers.
The deep green leaves grow wide like all indica’s do and the buds have that promising sticky look, resin from branch to the top of the bud is quite a sight.
The yield can be called average but because of its heavy effect you don’t need to consume very much to feel anything.
When the buds are still growing she spreads a fresh green odour but when the buds are smoked they taste earthier with dense smoke expanding your lungs.
Smoking Afghani Hindu Kush is heavy on the head at first but after a few moments it will flow into a careless high buzz.

It produces heavy yield and is quite compact when compared with its originals. It flowers earlier than its parent and grows up to medium height. It produces dark, broad-bladed green leaves, blunt-topped massive buds, and resin-saturated nuggets due to its natural vigor. Emerging from the mountains around Northern India and Afghanistan, it a typical indica plant that has deep green, wide leaves, sometimes blue in color.

Company offers good quality yields for the cultivators and do not require any extra care in farming. Each seed weigh about 450g from the indoor cultivation and about 500 to 600g when cultivated in the outdoors.

This pure indica strain comes directly from the field of Afghan and is the western spur of the Himalayas, covering Afghanistan, borders of India, China, and Pakistan. This beautiful and desolate variety forms a significant trade-route between Central Asia, Middle East and the Far East and other ancient marijuana parts of the world that had strong cannabis cultures over centuries. In short, this seed is the centre of the world, considering pure Afghanica and Indica genotypes and several forms of their black hashish.

The seeds taste like Afghani hash in the beginning and the flavour turns into hardwood, when the users drag the puff for longer time. The THC count of the seeds that you buy from the high-supplies.com varies from 20 to 22% and hence offers best narcotic effect on their brains.

Hugo hindu seeds

Hindu Kush, also known as "Hindi Kush," is a pure indica marijuana strain named after the mountain range stretching 500 miles between Pakistan and Afghanistan where it originated. The harsh climate of its homeland has conditioned this strain to express a thick, protective coat of crystal trichomes cherished by hash makers worldwide. With a subtle sweet and earthy sandalwood aroma, Hindu Kush induces a deep sense of calm that helps bring relief to those suffering pain, nausea, and stress disorders.

Hindu Kush, also known as "Hindi Kush," is a pure indica marijuana strain named after the mountain range stretching 500 miles between Pakistan and Afghanistan where it originated. The harsh climate of its homeland has conditioned this strain to express a thick, protective coat of crystal trichomes cherished by hash makers worldwide. With a subtle sweet and earthy sandalwood aroma, Hindu Kush induces a deep sense of calm that helps bring relief to those suffering pain, nausea, and stress disorders.

Hugo hindu seeds

The Latin name Cannabis sativa is usually attributed to Leonhart Fuchs, but the binomial was actually coined by Ermolao Barbaro, between 1480 and 1490, published 23 years after he died (Barbaro 1516). Carl Linné adopted the binomial in Species Plantarum, the internationally-recognized starting point of botanical nomenclature (Linnaeus 1753). Jean-Baptiste Lamarck broke from Linnaean orthodoxy by recognizing a second species, C. indica, for drug-type plants (Lamarck 1785).

Abstract

In past centuries, landraces of South Asian heritage were grown over a much wider geographical range around the world than Central Asian landraces. The latter did not come to the attention of western Cannabis breeders until the early 1970s. Since then, breeders have haphazardly hybridized Central Asian and South Asian landraces, and largely obliterated their phenotypic differences (Clarke and Merlin 2013; Small 2017). Already 35 years ago, unhybridized landraces had become difficult to obtain in the USA and Europe (Clarke 1987). Hybrids of “Sativa” and “Indica” have proved overwhelmingly popular. “Indica” genes are useful for increasing cannabinoid yields, accelerating the maturity of outdoor plants at high latitudes, and reducing the height of plants so they are more easily concealed outdoors and more easily grown indoors. In the burgeoning CBD market, “Indica” genes (often from plants mislabeled “Ruderalis”) have increased the proportion of CBD relative to THC in plant products.

Morphological characters

Clarke (1981) accepted Anderson’s “Indica” concept for plants from Central Asia, “Strains from this area are often used as type examples for Cannabis indica.” In addition to morphological differences, he noted a phytochemical trait – Central Asian plants uniquely produced an acrid, skunk-like aroma. Clarke (1987) added an organoleptic quality – plants from Afghanistan produced a “slow flat dreary high.” Hillig (2005a) referred to Central Asian landraces as wide-leaflet diameter (WLD) biotypes, and landraces of South Asian heritage as narrow-leaflet diameter (NLD) biotypes. WLD and NLD biotypes differed in genetics (Hillig (2005a), morphology (Hillig 2005b), THC-to-cannabidiol (CBD) ratios (Hillig and Mahlberg 2004), and terpenoid content (Hillig 2004).