Genetics: Traditional South Indian Ganja Cultivar
Type: Pure Landrace
Variety: Highland Ganja Sativa
Height: 2 metres
Harvest Date: Late December - Mid January
Flowering: 14-18 weeks
Characteristics: Minty flavour and potent, energising high; quite small, dark seeds.
This is a classic Keralan strain from the highland growing regions of the Western Ghats, reputed to produce the finest ganja in South India. It is cultivated at altitudes of around 1700m-2100m.�
This is a classic sativa strain with narrow leaves, heavy side branching and multiple bud sites.
It is harvested as late as mid January, by which time the buds cure to a deep brown colour and have a tangy minty aroma.��
The aroma when smoked is heavy, sweet and pungent. The effect from this Keralan strain is up and creative, racy and energizing, but without an edge of panic or paranoia. �It is a refined high quality strain with great breeding potential.
Photo is from early flowering in late September.