Nestled within the western Himalayan mountains in Tadzhikistan lies the birthplace of a nicely-balanced sativa/indica hybrid that has been carefully cultivated to withstand the harsh conditions of cultivating at a high altitude.
The plants that provide these seeds have survival and growth in their genes, making them insanely easy to cultivate in more forgiving climates.
Those formidable genes also make Pamir Gold particularly resistant to those things that might take another cannabis plant down - things like mould, mildew and fungus. The experience of Pamir gold is one that is not to be missed and here are a few reasons why:
The plants don't grow terribly high but are a bit taller than the average indica. They have the look of a true indica/sativa with a bushy structure along with long lateral branches that hold ample flower sites.
They give off a singularly pleasurable aroma of fruit and spice that only serves to heighten one's anticipation. Light it up and those qualities intensify while also taking on a particularly earthy quality.
The flavour is much like any common indica with the addition of the same fruity undertone present in its smell.
The effect is very multidimensional and flows over the entire body with a deep relaxing, stone provided by its indica side coupled with a typical sativa buzz that allows users to maintain a level of functionality under its influence.
The effects are subtle but nonetheless enjoyable. These characteristics make Pamir Gold an ideal strain for a broad range of medicinal applications.
Growing Pamir Gold is easy using virtually any method or environment. A tolerance for cold is built into its genes and it responds comparably to both indoor and outdoor growing methods.
Controlled climate and light will, of course, promote a higher yield but outdoor growers will not be disappointed either.
Please remember that the growing of cannabis plants and the cultivation of seeds is illegal in some countries - please check the laws of your country and don't be growing any plants if it is against your country's laws.