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Hindu Kush Seeds

Hindu Kush is known for its highly resinous buds that are sticky and ideal for great hash making. Hindu Kush has a strong and sweet sandalwood aroma with piney and exotic spice qualities. The smoke is creamy and full of floral hash flavors.

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Hindu Kush Seeds

The Hindu Kush strain is a pure stable super indica with extremely narcotic pain killing qualities. Extremely heavy resin production, early maturation, and excellent yields are all characteristics of these wonderful Hindu Kush seeds.

Hindu Kush History

Hindu Kush is 100% pure indica all the way. Not many strains can match the incredible resin production of this historically celebrated landrace indica. The original genetics come from the Kush mountain range which, stretches from central Afghanistan into northern Pakistan. For centuries, the cannabis grown in this region was used for hash production and spread throughout the Middle East. During the 1950s and 60s travelers along the famed “Hippy Trail” collected Kush seeds and brought them back home to propagate. Today, Hindu Kush makes up the backbone of many popular potent strains.

Our Hindu Kush reigns from Chitral the highest point of the Kush mountain range known as “the roof of the world.” The Chitral region is located 25,289ft above sea level and is home to the ultimate Super Kush! Some miraculous medical properties exist in our Hindu Kush from Chitral. Maybe it’s the high altitude but she is of utmost medical value for those suffering from pain & or insomnia.

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Hindu Kush is known for its highly resinous buds that are sticky and ideal for great hash making. Hindu Kush has dark green leaves that often turn purple when flowering. The calyxes are densely packed, and oozing with potent THC and CBD rich goodness. The THC content is 22% with a CBD/CBN of .1%.

Flavors & Aroma

Hindu Kush has a strong and sweet sandalwood aroma with piney and exotic spice qualities. The smoke is creamy and full of floral hash flavors. Some citrus and mossy flavors are also common.

Effects of Hindu Kush

The Hindu Kush strain delivers a mildly euphoric high that causes a warm and rubbery body numbing sensation. Physically relaxing and great for managing pain as well as nausea and insomnia. Hindu Kush is very effective at producing a soothing and sleepy body high.

Medicinal Characteristics

Her ability to alleviate pain and induce sleep is remarkable & a true remedy for those who can’t sleep & suffer from pain. She is short squat and packed with resin! With an unmistakable taste and aroma, Hindu Kush Strain is an extremely stable and resilient plant, Hindu Kush Seeds are another medical marvel.

Growing Hindu Kush Seeds

Hindu Kush plants grow short and stocky with lots of lateral branches and wide fan leaves. The plants do well with cooler temperatures but, high humidity can become an issue. Try to keep a dry and well-ventilated area much like you’d expect up in the mountains. Sea of Green method works well for growing Hindu Kush. The plants are easy to grow and will finish flowering in 7-9 weeks indoors with a yield of 14oz/m2. Outdoor Kush plants finish in late September and produce a harvest of 16oz/plant.

Hindu Sour by Burnwell Co

Welcome back to another sensory experience from Toasted n’ Posted. Today, we are bringing you a very unique production from our good friends at Burnwell. They produce some of the most colorful and charismatic flower that I see in the Washington area and Hindu Sour is no exception. For that reason, I’ve included somewhere around 60 photos in this post and condensed none of them to a slideshow you have to witness all of Hindu Sour’s resplendent glory. Remember, you can always click to enlarge.

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Hindu Sour is a cross of *Ding Ding* you guessed it, Sour Diesel and Hindu Kush. I already have a pretty solid understanding of how powerful their Hindu cross is, but I have yet to see what their impression of Sour Diesel is. We always keep an open mind here at Toasted n’ Posted, so I welcome the modest THC percentage of 13.8 percent. Honestly, I got wrecked by some 2:1 CBD strain the other day after a handful of bowls, never underestimate your opponent. I am shocked when I glance at the harvest date, it says 2/9/2017. That is a fat minute ago, perhaps Burnwell loves us enough to indulge in an elaborate curing process? Let’s find out and tear into Hindu Sour!

Hindu Sour hulks forward with a benign confidence. This strain exudes a passive cloud of earthy pepper. The sensation is light and tender but inescapable at the same time. The peppery wall is driven further by a contending cool breeze. The air is almost minty in its refreshing capacity, but the scent does not emulate menthol in the slightest. The foreign chill falls into a glacial skunky bog. Hindu Sour flexes its own brand of skunk cologne. In lieu of the foul wet echo that typically accompanies the after breath of skunk, the note is kicked up into a medley of forest herbs and peppercorns. It seems the signature of this flower is extremely herbal and grassy.

There is a tame gassiness at the bottom of this aromatic dog pile, but the odor is not nearly fierce enough to be regarded as diesel. Breaking a couple branches there is a tentative emphasis on the diesel characteristics. I am struck by pungent gas that nearly brings me to that “Damn, that’s gassy” climax, but right before it earns its wings, the flavor peters out back into the seductive cool pepper. A more typical skunk dominance is asserted during this time as well. The cumulative resurgence seems to let off a reserved sweetness mimicking a trace of bubblegum heritage.

Hindu Sour may inspire you to believe in love at first sight. My eyes are drawn to the array of color than dances upon the ghostly olive canvas. Being a purple addict, I celebrate the brilliant pockets of electric violet, but I would be lying if I said that was the first thing that I noticed. Unbiasedly, I think the most attractive quality of this flower are the bulky tangerine hairs that wear a jacket of trichomes themselves. The brushy glimmer of every tendril seems to wrap the flower in a jacket fitting a tacky movie star. The hairs themselves have an astounding fluffy quality that call for your hands to touch them. The citrine spiderweb protects a rich valley of verdant color. The foliage underlying the furry titan is a parade of delicate olive and crocodile hues. The volume of trichomes seems to blend them into a tactful medium at any time the warring colors meet.

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Now the purple, rich pockets of wine are scattered through the body of Hindu Sour. The mauve petals seem to all reach the same pinnacle of a poignant white. I have deduced that due to Burnwell’s insane integrity and quality trim it must just be where the careful trimmer sheared the bud, I do not attribute it to the strain’s true coloration. If you are looking to fall in love with that classic Kush bud structure reinvented as a fortress Hindu Sour is for you. Physically, it seems that the Hindu Kush has completely overtaken any leafy Sour Diesel influence. Perhaps that is why Sour is the afterthought in the name as well because Hindu Kush certainly seems to wear the pants in the relationship so far. This flower is dense enough to be considered a full-fledged indica, the individual buds group so tightly together it seems that the school of dank is one solid illusory mass. Even the hairs on this bud seem to conjure their own concept of density. 13.8% or not, this strain is a heavyweight. I see two distinct patterns with the trichomes. It seems that like the lineage, the trichomes too, are extremely one sided. You’ll notice, especially when looking at the macros, the wild differences in population and quality varying from photo to photo. Some display prominent rows of milky white with all of their heads of straight. Others display somewhat barren landscapes tossed with the bodies of scraggly headless trichomes. Leave it to me to find even one flaw in the presence of awesome beauty. Let’s smoke.