About Hindu Kush.
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Hindu Kush is a potent pure indica.
Seeds of Hindu Kush
– along with seeds of other Asian landrace varieties like Afghani
– were brought to the U.S. in the 1960s and 70s by cannabis enthusiasts and explorers who traveled
along a route that has come to be known as the “hippie trail.”
In time, Hindu Kush has, perhaps inevitably, been crossed with other strains to allow for stability and adaptation
to a radically different climate than its mountainous point of origin; as such, “true”
Hindu Kush may not be widely available in the Western Hemisphere.
Nevertheless, Hindu Kush is a relatively pure strain, simpler and often more potent that the novelty
crossbreeds that continue to multiply in today’s competitive cannabis market.
It is prized for its heavily sedative, almost narcotic properties and its highly resinous flowers.
The THC composition of Hindu Kush is typically measured at between 15% and 20%.
Hindu Kush is marked by large, clustered green buds that adhere due to their incredibly sticky consistency.
Some phenotypes have shades of purple in the leaves, the result of high concentrations of plant pigments called
The densely-packed flowers are famous for their resin (Hindu Kush may have been one of the first strains used to produce hash)
and have a heavy coating of silver-white trichomes.
The aroma of this strain is very complex, with a simultaneously sweet and musky scent,
redolent of spice, sandalwood, pine, and wet earth. The musky odor intensifies when flowers are combusted and smoked.
The resulting smoke is harsh and cough-inducing; when exhaled, smoke tastes vaguely like pine.
The overall flavor impression of Hindu Kush is one of incense and herbs.
Hindu Kush boasts a slowly-mounting high that begins as a sense of physical relaxation and then progresses toward a state of mental fogginess.
Users will feel a heavy sensation in the limbs and head and may not want to be especially active.
The feeling of couchlock is commonly reported: users may have thoughts or intentions of getting up to perform a task,