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Japanese culture has a tradition of cannabis use dating back at least 10,000 years, with scientific certainty of its cultivation on all its islands for more than 2,000 years, and in particular on the northern island of Hokkaido.

The Japanese prefecture that has traditionally grown more hemp since time immemorial. In fact, cannabis grows wild in Hokkaido, with authorities having to eradicate nearly a million plants every year.

This cannabis strain from Hokkaido grows with a strong and corpulent bearing, with broad leaves and fat stems, growth characteristics that are traditionally associated with Indica varieties.

The general appearance and leaf morphology of this Japanese variety bring to mind the indica phenotype of our China Yunnan, although the Hokkaido has darker leaves, greater vigour, longer node spacing and greater branching.

On the other hand, this variety from Hokkaido shows semi-autoflowering characteristics, meaning that outdoors it starts flowering not long after the summer solstice. It has a spiky floral development that reminds us of sativas, although the flowering develops very quickly, maturing in only 6-8 weeks.

There is no scientific or cultural evidence of the psychoactive use of cannabis in Japan, although this doesn’t mean it can be ruled out completely.

Because, although in this country cannabis has been cultivated mainly for textile use, it wasn’t until after WWII that Japan finally regulated cannabis for THC content, therefore the traditional varieties from Hokkaido were probably never intentionally selected in order to completely eradicate their cannabinoid production.

Tipo: HEMP LANDRACE STRAIN (P2)
Format: Standard
Sativa / Indica ratio: 50 % SATIVA / 50 % INDICA
THC: 0.1-5.5 %
CBD: 2-12 %
CBG: 0.05-3 %
Flowering indoors: 6-8 weeks
Flowering outdoors: AUGUST / SEPTEMBER
Yield: Average
Genetics: Second generation pure hemp landrace from Hokkaido, Japan.
Taste: Rough and wild aromas reminiscent of geranium and wild mountain spices. Unrefined and without evidence of terpene relevance on most plants, producing only alpha pinene among the different and most common main terpenes, although best plants from group A produce much stronger and appealing terpenes.
High: Very low psychoactivity, although not completely negligible, producing slight relaxation and hilarity.

Description

Japanese culture has a tradition of cannabis use dating back at least 10,000 years, with scientific certainty of its cultivation on all its islands for more than 2,000 years, and in particular on the northern island of Hokkaido.

The Japanese prefecture that has traditionally grown more hemp since time immemorial. In fact, cannabis grows wild in Hokkaido, with authorities having to eradicate nearly a million plants every year.

This cannabis strain from Hokkaido grows with a strong and corpulent bearing, with broad leaves and fat stems, growth characteristics that are traditionally associated with Indica varieties.

The general appearance and leaf morphology of this Japanese variety bring to mind the indica phenotype of our China Yunnan, although the Hokkaido has darker leaves, greater vigour, longer node spacing and greater branching.

On the other hand, this variety from Hokkaido shows semi-autoflowering characteristics, meaning that outdoors it starts flowering not long after the summer solstice. It has a spiky floral development that reminds us of sativas, although the flowering develops very quickly, maturing in only 6-8 weeks.

There is no scientific or cultural evidence of the psychoactive use of cannabis in Japan, although this doesn’t mean it can be ruled out completely.

Because, although in this country cannabis has been cultivated mainly for textile use, it wasn’t until after WWII that Japan finally regulated cannabis for THC content, therefore the traditional varieties from Hokkaido were probably never intentionally selected in order to completely eradicate their cannabinoid production.

Tipo: HEMP LANDRACE STRAIN (P2)
Format: Standard
Sativa / Indica ratio: 50 % SATIVA / 50 % INDICA
THC: 0.1-5.5 %
CBD: 2-12 %
CBG: 0.05-3 %
Flowering indoors: 6-8 weeks
Flowering outdoors: AUGUST / SEPTEMBER
Yield: Average
Genetics: Second generation pure hemp landrace from Hokkaido, Japan.
Taste: Rough and wild aromas reminiscent of geranium and wild mountain spices. Unrefined and without evidence of terpene relevance on most plants, producing only alpha pinene among the different and most common main terpenes, although best plants from group A produce much stronger and appealing terpenes.
High: Very low psychoactivity, although not completely negligible, producing slight relaxation and hilarity.

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Hokkaido Japan Landrace Regural Strain

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