by David Cannafacts on 06/01/2011 | Uncategorized

Mr. Nice – G13 x Hash Plant

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.


One of Sensi Seeds’ legendary strains!

The mother of the  Mr. Nice hybrid is G13, the origins of which are part of cannabis folklore – a clone of a high-potency Indica strain, which was being studied by the US government was allegedly liberated from a Mississippi laboratory and disseminated across America and beyond. The male parent of Mr. Nice 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.

In 1999 these two Indica heavyweights were crossed by Sensi Seeds breeders resulting in a new strain. Hailed by many as the ultimate Indica hybrid, it was named in honour of the man recognised by many as the ultimate hash smuggler, and the Mr. Nice strain was born.

Mr. Nice develops its astonishing strength and flavour in a relatively short flowering time. In just 60 days under a flowering light cycle, plants will produce a generous amount of heavy, compact buds covered a thick layer of sparkling crystals. With a normal vegetation period, plants generally reach a height of 100-130cm in height. Like most pure Indicas. Mr Nice can be kept smaller by shortening the 18hr grow period, making it suitable for Sea of Green gardening methods.

To celebrate the release of the new movie based on Howard Marks´ best selling book Mr. Nice, our featured product for January is the strain of the same name. Mr. Nice – G13 x Hash Plant is not for the faint of heart; casual smokers have been known to lose their ability to form sentences under its influence and even experienced cannabis connoisseurs marvel at the extremely powerful effect. This potency makes it an excellent strain for treating muscle pain and tension or stiff and painful joints , conditions which can become worse in winter.

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