Known to the overall world as one of the original and most respected strains, Nepalese is a 100% pure sativa strain that is a native Landrace to the region of Nepal that is often used as a breeding strain. Nepalese refers to any plant that’s grown in the country of Nepal. This mountainous country has used for centuries as a part of their spiritual lives and the strain is now often crossed with other plants to create the hybrid varieties we enjoy today.
Indoor growers may be surprised to find that despite its sativa roots, Nepalese grows just like an strain. Plants do not grow to be overly tall and are resistant to a wide range of molds, mildews, and even temperature swings. These landrace strains make great choices for a first-time cultivator, and after 8 to 9 weeks of care, you’ll end up with a pretty amazing yield. If you’re able to mirror the climate conditions of Nepal itself, the amount of bud these plants can produce is mind-boggling.
You may not know it, but some of your favorite hybrid strains probably owe some element of their parentage to Nepalese. It’s a strain that can be considered one of the OG plants in the world, and for good reason.
Given that it’s a pure sativa strain, Nepalese brings a strong high that hits you immediately with a powerful feeling of energy, creativity and motivation. Your emotional state will be lifted to one of extreme happiness, you’ll feel more alert and you may even find yourself rather chatty. As the effects move into the rest of your body, your muscles will be calmed with a welcome buzz. The comedown is fairly gentle, but users should be cautious to never overindulge. If you smoke too much at once or have a low tolerance level, so be sure to avoid this bud if you have problems with anxiety. It can also lead to racing thoughts and couch-lock if you aren’t careful, this effect can become psychoactive at times. Because of these powerful cerebral effects, Nepalese is said to be the perfect strain for treating patients suffering from conditions such as chronic fatigue, mild to moderate cases of depression, chronic stress, chronic pain, nausea, physical ailments and lack of appetite as well.
This popular Nepalese sativa strains tend to be moderately strong, with levels ranging between 14% and 20%, on average and a delicious aroma of sweet citrus with a hint of floral earth. The taste of Nepalese is very much the same, with a sweet citrus onset and a hint of lavender earth upon exhale that sits pleasantly on the tongue. Bringing an amazing set of effects along with a mellow and desirable flavor, these beauties from Nepal should be on your radar if they aren’t already.
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