Panauti Village is a small town located 32 km south-east of Kathmandu and at an elevation of 1500 meters from sea level. It is one of the oldest towns in Nepal, where has been thriving since generations. On a single
look upon the field, you can see different
expressions of this heirloom, from big baseball bat colas to colourful hashplants. We met some curious farmers and taught them some modern hash making techniques.
Native temperature: 13°c to 30°c (summer) 5°c to 24°c (winters)
Flowering Time: 12 to 14 weeks
Plant: Plants found here are huge, their stems and trunks are
fibrous and give out some amazing colours.
Quite a few variations of fragrances were documented
here, eucalyptus and mint were the base profiles in
the general population with overtones of spice and
gas. The plants here have more orange hair and less
seeds compared to their counterparts in the Indian
Final product by local farmer: Buds full of trichome with bitter gas like smell. Handrubbed charas and dry-sieved hash called “pollen”, generally light brown greenish in colour. With
a constant euphoric high that makes you happy.
20 Seeds in each pack.