Opium - 5 Feminized Seeds of Paradise Seeds

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Opium, a variety from Paradise Seeds, is a bittersweet hybrid with a large flower-to-leaf ratio. The Opium variety can be grown by the Sea Of Green (SOG) or multi-breasted plant

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Star called Opium

A prominent name for this genetics from Paradise Seeds. This bittersweet hybrid is successful not only in SOG systems where plants are as close to each other and do not form bush, but also with any other type of cultivation chosen.

The leaves are broad and dense, well-hairy and the whole can form the biggest sticks you've ever seen.

One of the heavily respected hemp growers opitively calls Opium a "totem".

Whether Opium is grown in hydroponics or coconut, you always achieve amazing and powerful results.

The aroma and taste of the plant are composed mainly of fruit, the predominance of whichTastes of tropical fruit cream.

Opium is a majestic plant whose smoking causes uplifting or very ground conditions. After a spectacular ride, Opium never lets you hit the ground hard.

Her heritage of Sava feel in every cell of her body, increases brain activity and visualization ability .

Awards : 1st place HighTimes Cannabis Cup 2006, 2nd place in the same year for Bio category

Balanced ratio Sativa / Indica (50/50)

Growing indoors : 60 days yielding about 450 grams per m²

Growing outdoo r: Rises at the beginning of October with a yield of over 600 grams of the plant

Effect : Visual, influx of "brain" energy

Smell / Flavor : Creamy fruit / grape wine

THC content : 15-18%

Flowering typephotoperiod
Flower lengthmedium (8-10 weeks)
Heightmedium (+- 5 ft)
AwardHTCC 2nd
THC contenthigh (15-20%)
CBD contentlow (up to 1%)
GeneticsNebula, CBD
Medical useappetite loss, HIV/AIDS