These Nepalese Regular seeds originate directly from Rolpa in central western Nepal, where the very best Nepalese "charas" are produced at around 28°C: the North. Charas is a hand-wrinkled form of cannabis resin made from living plants.
This is the same strain of Nepalese that the original temple balls were made of, and is a true strain of the land-race that has become perfectly acclimatised to the area in which it grows.
These are large plants that naturally grow to a height of 300-400 cm. And look like little trees. It is recommended to cultivate outdoors or in a greenhouse.
Plants are highly vigorous, hardy and resistant to long inter-nodes that characterise the sativas of the soil. Northern Hemisphere harvests will run from mid-October to November. The production of resin from these plants is very high.
It has a floral and fruity scent with malty notes. Although no data are available on THC content, it is envisaged that this is high and will be complemented by medium CBD levels.