The indica cannabis strain Pakistani Chitral Kush, also known as PCK, derives its name from the Pakistani town of Chitral. The town is renowned for making superior hash within the area. PCK has been nicknamed “Purple Pakistani” or “Purple Chitral” because of its harvest-ready buds that display deephues of violet.
This strain is a landrace strain, being native to the region surrounding Chitral. The breeder named Cannabiogen has a reputation for being the primary grower of this crop.
The THC level of Pakistani Chitral Kush averages at 21%. Its high is strong, pulling the consumer into a deep relaxation that uplifts the spirits and relieves stress. Some have experienced slight fits of the giggles. PCK will also make you feel sleep, so consuming at night is recommended. It’s known to be used mainly in the medical field rather than recreational for its soothing qualities.
Besides the normal dry mouth and eyes, PCK can also cause headache if consumed improperly.
Being capable of cultivation in both indoor and outdoor settings, Pakistani Chitral Kush flowers within eight to nine weeks.
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