Sourced: American soldier in Iraq (2004)
Latitude: 32° N
Elevation: 34 m.a.s.l.
Sowing: February – March
Harvest: August – September
Height: 100 – 150 centimetres
Flowering: 9 -10 weeks
Taste: Earthy, spicy, hashy, diesel, coffee
Effects: calming, relaxing, sedative
Purpose: Hash (dry sieved) and grass
Characteristics: Purple-Black phenotypes, indica sativas leaves
Grow type: outdoor, greenhouse, indoors
Seeds were collected by an American soldier stationed in Iraq during the 2004 war.
The city where the plants were growing lies near the Euphrates river. Probably but not sure from Turkish (or Iranian) genetics.
These seeds have been collected in situ in what appeared an obvious crop someone had tended. The seeds were collected by removing a few branches from interesting looking plants. They were collected in 2004, sprouted and kept pure and going until now.
These plants aid digestive distress and get things moving as effectively as coffee.
The taste is earthy and spicy but also hashy, diesel and some coffee.
The plants display both indica and sativa leaves. Some of them will display purple and almost black (more roasted coffee) colours, especially in cold night temperature.
The plants usually take between 9 to 10 weeks to complete their flowering
A generous yield is to be expected. It delivers a calming and relaxed effect and you’ll feel sedated after a while.