Hashish Plant

Hashish Plant

  • Type:
  • Flowering Period:
    40-45 days (indoors)
  • Climate:
    Indoors, Outdoors
  • Yield:
    450-500 g/m2 (indoors), 550 g/plant (outdoors)
  • Flavors:
    Hash, Earthy, Fruity
  • THC Content:
  • Height:
    80-100 cm (interior), 100-120 cm (exterior)
  • Growing Difficulty:

Strain Information

The Hashish Plant is another delight of Indica-dominant hybrids that comes from the family of combined Hash Plant, Northern Light, and Afghan strains. This strain is famous and commonly found in the countries bordering the mountains of Cordillera. It grows with a strong structure and produces resinous, dense flowers.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Hashish Plant?

This strain also has its hash flavor with earthy and fruity tastes. It also has a long-lasting effect in terms of sedating your mind and body, while giving off a relaxing sensation. It calms your nerves that make you able to work well but will eventually make you feel euphoric.

What are the Medical Effects of Hashish Plants?

This strain brings so much power in treating patients with chronic pains, intestinal problems, inflammation, muscle spasms, and arthritis. It also alleviates nauseous feelings, stress, depression, and anxiety.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Hashish Plant?

In every amount of marijuana consumed, it always produces negative effects, which can be minimal or worse for our body and mind. You can expect paranoia, hallucination, insatiable hunger, increased heart rate, dizziness, and headache.

How to Grow the Hashish Plant?

The Hashish Plant flowers fast, especially when grown outdoors. It adapts well and is suitable for outdoor environments. Although you can keep this inside your homes, it is easier to manage and attend the needs of this plant because you only need little effort. Make sure that the soil you used is healthy and fattened with nutrients. It is recommended that you compost your own soil. Aside from that, make sure they get enough water for the cannabis plant to survive. Cannabis plants are naturally thirsty, so it is best if you water them from time to time.

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