The indica cannabis strain Hash Plant bares a sharp yet low-key pine and earthy aroma and taste that’s fairly sweet. Its harvest-ready buds generally bare deep green leaves with dark orange or red pistils.
The parent strains of Hash Plant are the two indicas Northern Lights and Afghani. It first blossomed under Sensi Seeds care and has become a building block for many of the company’s strains.
Its THC levels average at 10% and only top off at around 13% in some crops. This strain is a great choice for novice consumers, rarely inducing negative side-effects besides short periods of dizziness that dissipate quickly. It’s high causes the consumer to feel sleepy, being best used to help with insomnia. Hash plant has also been reviewed to help with constipation and can sometimes be prescribed to fight Crohn’s Disease in the medical field.
Growers will enjoy cultivating Hash Plant, with a short flowering time of only six to seven weeks. However, the preferred method of cultivation is hydroponics. It grows three to four feet tall and can do well in dry, outdoor climates.
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