Genetics: Guinea Bissau
Latitude 12° N
Elevation: 50 – 200 m.a.s.l.
Veg: 14-16 weeks
Flowering: 13-17 weeks
Height: 1.80 to 3.30 metres
Aromas: green guava, mint, incense, mango, licorice, menthol
Flavour: woody, incense
Effects: euphoric, psychoactive to lysergic and long-lasting effect
Characteristics: heat and humidity resistant
Powerful sativa from West Africa with a beautiful stylized and fine structure with nice and accentuated aromas of incense, mango, licorice, mint, and menthol . These plants have also a high resistance to extreme winds, moisture, pests and the most common diseases of the such as powdery mildew and botrytis. This genetic line shows a wild resistance due to the place where it was planted for decades.
The place it comes from is one of the hottest of the country with an annual temperature of 35 degrees Celsius. Today we can enjoy this pure sativa of Guinea Bissau in a clean and pure way.
The vegetative stage goes from 14 to 16 weeks with medium foliage with beautiful conical and very symmetrical structures of dark green leaves, medium-short internodal spaces, green and thick stems with some showing purple colours. The foliage and the stems when rubbed give off a green guava smell with some undertones of mint. Leaves with 7 and 9 leaflets with lilac colours, reddish and purple petioles, the height we have seen goes between 180 to 330 cm. These heights are reached at high speed when the conditions are optimal.
The flowering ranges from 13 to 17 weeks with a high medium production, the buds are aereated, some showing purple shades with a good amount of resin production. We have observed 7 phenotypes all of which sharing the same characteristics, that is: vigour, flowering, resin production and potency. Some have purple stems. Potent, euphoric, psychoactive to lysergic and long-lasting effect. Woody and incense flavours when sampled.
These plants work perfect from 0 to 200 meters above sea level.