Himalayan CBD was originally released as part of the Sensi Research project which encouraged growers to vote for its most popular strains. At that time its name was Sensi #49. Although an indica/sativa hybrid the indica expression is dominant and its ancestry includes both Hindu Kush and OG Kush strains. Plants are quite compact although they produce some extremely big yields and have a CBD:THC ratio of 2:1.
Himalayan CBD grows very well outdoors in both warm and temperate climates as long as the summer is a warm one rather than rain-drenched. Its small size makes it a discreet plant to grow outdoors with its columnar structure which also makes it a great choice for indoor grows in a Sea of Green (SoG) set-up where the flowering time is cited as being "average" which would be around 8 weeks give or take. To get the very highest yields some care and attention is required which perhaps makes this strain not particularly recommended as pone for the beginner.
Its scent is deliciously sweet 'n' sour, with notes of noble woods and pine. Similarly, its flavour blends sweet notes with more tangy, bitter flavours, and is earthy, rich and woody. Its effect is incredibly relaxing which evolves into a couch-lock stone.
|Genética||Hindu Kush x OG Kush x ?|
|Variedad||Indica / Sativa|
|Tipo de floración||Fotoperíodo|
|Max Tiempo de Floración||8 semanas|
|Floración||approx. 8 weeks|
|Propiedades Medicinales||Yes but not specified.|
|Gusto / Sabor||Agrio, Amargo, Dulce, Leñoso, Terroso|
|Efecto||Relajante, Tirado en el sofá|