Indian hemp - cannabis indica. It forms a smaller and denser plant, about 1m tall. It is more concentrated on substance content and is used more as a medical cannabis. It has more soothing effects.
Indian hemp, cannabis indica, originally originated from hashish-producing countries such as Afghanistan, Morocco and Tibet. They are plants of a lower size with broad leaves and dark green color. They are ripe after 6 to 8 weeks after flowering. The flowers have a strong earthy taste and a sweet to fruity aroma. Indian hemp smoke is generally heavy, causing moderate drowsiness due to the amount of THC content. Indian hemp has a shorter growing season than hemp. The leaves contain more chlorophyll and dyes, so the leaves are darker than cannabis. Yield is also higher, although yieldcannabis has stronger THC effects. Indian cannabis provides relaxation, relaxation from stress and an overall sense of calm and serenity. It also provides total body pain relief and is often used in the treatment of insomnia. The resulting hybrid shows the typical characteristics of both varieties. The seeds are packed for packaging purposes. Cannabis cultivation is prohibited under applicable laws of the Czech Republic.