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Bhutan

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hi came across these plants when serching the net and not seen anybody mention it on here so thought i would, been reading a bit about them ,they say it grows wild in bhutan then i found a seed bank selling them, thought theese could be a grate addition to the strain hunters seedbank ,here is some info given by holy smokes seed bank.

From the Mountains of Bhutan for over a thousand years Bhutanese farmers have been using this strain. Has a seriously nice buzz to it. This is something you can smoke all day long and feel good. For centuries it has been known for its amazing medicinal properties. This is a landmark strain in the sativas and a must have for the connoisseur.


  • Variety Type: Bhutan Thimphu



  • THC: Medium 11-12%



  • Yield: 750-1000 g/m2



  • Height: 1.2-3m Indoor/outdoor



  • Grow: Difficulty moderate Slightly acidic prep



  • Genetics: 100% Bhutanese Thimphu!



  • Ascetics: Multi branch tree



  • Buds: Heavy branched



  • Flavour: Distinct Sweet & sour


sounds good to me has anybody ever smoked this strain ? the pic looks very nice indeed

Holy-Bhutanese-Thimph-1.jpg

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never heard or seen her grow, but that bud on the pic do look good, if you grow her make sure to share it with us ;)

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i find this intresting that Farmers in bhutan only used cannabis plants as pig feed to keep them docile, hungry and fat. its only been in recent years that the people of bhutan have been exposed to westen media and torists who have shown them that you can smoke it , now there goverment are trying to pull up and destory all the plants to save there youth, so the plant may become lost one day forever.

there are strict regulations in Bhutan on the number of tourists allowed to visit. Last year, there were fewer than 7,000 foreign visitors, most of whom paid a mandatory $200 a day sounds like a mission indeed but with so much farmed and wild plants surely there would be somthing worth bringing back so future generation to enjoy.

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I was going to highly suggest this as well. I've always dreamed of possessing a truly wild strain, actually a bit of a life long obsession really. other than hemp, I haven't seen an actual wild indica or sativa plant. or even something wild that contained a decent amount of thc. a plant that can naturally drop its seeds without the help of man or animals, is a vary rare thing.

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well i live in india east india to be precise assam . which borders bhutan now bhutani is locally available all around lower assam. and is very potent. infact we have the manipuri and naga which are also very good along with the bhutani.

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welcome around man, do you have some nice pictures of it maybe? :)

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Yes I would like to see some real photos of the dried cannabis be grate to see

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It's not actually that good a smoke....really just an average Sativa. Bhutanese have got way better botanicals their ancestors have told them about for generations so the weed was never something they saw as anything but an agricultural crop. To find that particular botanical is quite a trek...but I'd recommend it ;)

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Strain Hunters is a series of documentaries aimed at informing the general public about the quest for the preservation of the cannabis plant in the form of particularly vulnerable landraces originating in the poorest areas of the planet.

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