Cannabis strain focus: Maple Leaf Indica from Sensi Seeds

Is there any need to introduce Maple Leaf Indica? This cannabis strain has been adored by generations of cannabis gourmets, especially due to its uncanny resin production. Maple Leaf Indica descends from one of the only surviving strains used to create some of the most delicious, most legendary Afghani hashish. This fast-flowering strain produces uber-sticky buds, and is definitely the indica queen you want for your indoor growing projects!


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Is there any need to introduce Maple Leaf Indica? This cannabis strain has been adored by generations of cannabis gourmets, especially due to its uncanny resin production.  Maple Leaf Indica descends from one of the only surviving strains used to create some of the most delicious, most legendary Afghani hashish. This fast-flowering strain produces uber-sticky buds, and is definitely the indica queen you want for your indoor growing projects!

Cultivating Sensi Seeds’ Maple Leaf Indica

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While Maple Leaf Indica can be grown anywhere by sufficiently informed growers, it definitely is at her best indoors, and often in an impressive manner, growing dense buds full of potential a mere week into its flowering period.

“A top bud as thick as my forearm! The aroma actually went towards grapefruit, an insanely great phenotype! […] As I said to every indica fan I know,  if you are not necessarily the gardener type, then this is your plant.” – by Patrick, sensiseeds.com [x]

Maple Leaf Indica produces fairly compact plants indoors, with large leaves and chunky buds. Outdoors, even without any strategic trimming, plants can grow into the lushest bushes, abundant with side shoots. But regardless of where you choose to grow them, do not expect to handle those plants and not have your hands stick to every single surface with all that resin!

“[Buds] are tight, though the abundance of pistils makes them look on the airy side, take my word for it, they are NOT airy. Trichomes galore …” – by BlueVelvet, icmag.com [x]

Even though it is not especially its forte, Maple Leaf Indica is a fairly easy strain to grow: forgiving of accidental push-and-shoves, as long as you protect it properly from any pest or weather related hostilities! Novice growers can absolutely try their hand at growing Maple Leaf Indica. Plus, these gooey buds are perfect for making the most indecently savoury hash.

Tasting Sensi Seeds’ Maple Leaf Indica

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Of course, with such imposing amounts of resin, one has to expect matching aromas and flavours. While its citrusy influences can’t be ignored, with subtle notes of lemon, orange and grapefruit, Maple Leaf Indica constitutes an even larger bouquet of wonderful  tastes. Many have said that the strain reminds them faintly of – surprise – maple syrup! And whether or not you hop aboard the maple syrup train, there is an unquestionable warmth to Maple Leaf Indica’s taste: almost butter, almost caramel, but not quite, and blended with the earthy aspect typical to indicas. And for those who are well-versed in authentic blasts from the past, you will recognize in Maple Leaf Indica many modern strains, which, directly as well as indirectly, benefited from this amazing, generous Afghani.

“Maple Leaf Indica tastes just like it smells, exquisite, rich… heavy and full bodied, it leaves such a pronounced taste […] in your mouth that if you lick your lips after [smoking it], you’ll taste brown sugar…” – by BlueVelvet, icmag.com [x]

The effects are known to be quite powerfully typical of indicas: a hard-hitting stone on the entire body, that will have a tendency to ease you into a deep sleep when upping quantities. The high is long-lasting and peaceful, and increased by the very snug, comfortable explosion of tastes.

Buy Maple Leaf Indica seeds here.

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