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Constantin Simon and Vikram Singh give us a short look into the production of some of the purest hashish in the world in the Himalayan valleys.
Posted on November 1st, 2012 by David Cannafacts
One of our legendary strains! Its male ancestor is Hash Plant, an Indica variety so strong and pungent that even seasoned smokers have been known to mistake the flavour of the burning buds for hashish.
Posted on January 6th, 2011 by David Cannafacts
Black Domina awarded first place for Outdoor in Spanish harvest festival! This month we would like to draw your attention to one of our top Indicas – Black Domina. This superb Sensi strain blends the world´s finest Afghani Indica genetics into a rapid-flowering, crystal-coated multiple hybrid whose distinct looks set her apart from the crowd.
Posted on May 15th, 2010 by reditor
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The Sativa ‘high’ and the Indica ‘stone’ are difficult to compare in terms of power. The immediate hit and rich taste of an Indica may seem more powerful initially; a Sativa may have a subtler, yet far more profound effect.
Posted on May 20th, 2008 by David Cannafacts
Nearly all Sensi Seeds Indica and mostly-Indica varieties fall into the fast/heavy/compact category, with certain strains being particularly good performers.
Posted on May 20th, 2008 by reditor
Sensi Seeds usually advises the compact Indica varieties for the beginner grower, especially the Skunk strains. There are also Indica/Sativa hybrids – such as Marley’s Collie® – that retain the simpler Indica growing pattern.
Indoor strains are generally only intended for indoor growing with artificial light. Indoor / Greenhouse strains are suitable for the widest range of growing conditions. Outdoor strains are those that may be grown outside in spring/summer, even in Northern Europe.
Scientifically (and legally), all cannabis is Cannabis Sativa L..
In practice, Indica and Sativa are the names used to distinguish each end of the cannabis ‘spectrum’.
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