Kashmiri Sativa

Kashmiri Sativa

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  • Flowering Period:
    84 days
  • Climate:
    warm –cool climate
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  • Flavors:
    fruity, earthy
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Strain Information

Kashmiri Sativa oozes of unadulterated sativa genetics. Bred by Indian Landrace Exchange, it is an offspring of potent Himalaya Strains growing in the secluded basins of Barrahmulla in Kashmir, India. Growing up in the valleys, it developed a strong resistance against fluctuating weather conditions. It emits a strong smell of fruits, wood, spicy and flowers, and can be grown indoors, outdoors and in a greenhouse.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Kashmiri Sativa?

The strain delivers an energetic euphoric high, which will slowly creeps up on you, starting as a little pressure around the eyes and temples, just like its parent strains. The high will pump you up and will eventually take over your mind with happiness, so you will become totally uplifted, creative and productive. These effects are presented through a fruity and earthy flavor with hints of wood oil, spices and flowers from the wilderness where it originated.

What are the Medical Benefits of Kashmiri Sativa?

The weed is good for managing mental illnesses such as anxiety and depression. It can easily relive chronic fatigue and chronic stress which usually comes with it. It is also great for patients who have been struggling with bipolar disorder and PTSD. The energy and focus helps patients with attention span disorders, like those diagnosed with ADD and ADHD. With its potency, it induces cravings, which makes it totally great for those who are struggling with appetite loss.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Kashmiri Sativa

It is advised to stay within your limits if you don’t want to experience the discomforts of anxiety, fatigue, nausea, coughing and paranoia. You may also find yourself experiencing cotton mouth, dry eyes and parched throat, which can be solved by drinking water.

How to grow Kashmiri Sativa? Some information and Tips

The sativa strain’s pure genetics is suitable for Screen of Green (SCROG) growing. It can grow bushy, so this method will expose all the budding sights to the light intensity. Topping with Low Stress Training (LST) is advised as well. It also responds better with light feeding.

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