Genetics: Kannabia THCV x Kunduz D F3
We selected a 1:1 THC:THCV female from the Kannabia line. She produces heavy yields and a very nice combo of musk and lemon lime. Kannabia is not straightforward with her lineage, but she is clearly of landrace sativa origins. She stretches outwards and upwards in flower and was one of the biggest THCV rich Sativa’s I’ve to date; the exception being my original African 1:1. She finishes at 10 weeks of flower with long spear shaped buds that are medium dense and covered in resin. Potency is around 15% total active cannabinoids with an effect of clear headedness while still having good sativa energy.
To pollinate, we used three different Kunduz D males, all Indica dominant with very similar structures and profile. The kunduz D F3 is a cross of an inbred afghan line from the kunduz region and Marie Laveauv, an indica strain bred by crossing Big Poppa (Garlic) X Lashkargah White 91. The cross was originally bred in Pennsylvania and came to me in a seed trade. After growing them out, I realized they were an amazing Indica hybrid with great medicinal value and breeding potential. The line is super stable, Indica dominant, with a very high terpene and resin content. Profiles range from pine and grape to musk and spice. The effects provide a nice cerebral head buzz that fades into a complete body relaxation.
Expect thcv ratios in the 5:1 – 2:1 range. I personally enjoy the 4:1-5:1 range of THC:THCV as anything close to 1:1 will counteract the effect of THC.
50 regular photoperiod seeds per pack