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Indica Hp Hash Plant
Out of 149 ratings:
/ 3.9 Good to Very Good
Reviews:
91

Highlights

One of Sensi Seeds's classics, Hash Plant stays compact during her extra-short flowering time. Her tight, resin-drenched flower clusters develop a brittle surface when dried and give off a deep, rich Afghani aroma that’s undercut with a hint of hashish. When consumed, her dominant flavor is the spicy-sharp bite of smouldering resin glands. The instant vaporization of those layers of sparkling trichomes accelerates Hash Plant’s rapid, blissful and breathtakingly powerful body-stone. This 90% indica is the product of careful genetic selection, a process that involved matching the mysterious Hash Plant original from the U.S. with Northern Lights.

 

Strain Attributes

  • Flavors
Hash Plant has the following taste and smell flavor profile:
  • Effects
  • Medical
  • Negatives
Hash Plant makes patients feel:
Euphoric
Happy
Hungry
Relaxed
Sleepy
Hash Plant helps patients relieve:
Depression
Insomnia
Lack of Appetite
Pain
Stress
Used to help with: Anxiety, ADD/ADHD, Migraines, Gastrointestinal Disorder, Crohn's Disease
Unfortunately, patients may experience:
Dizzy
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes
Headache
Paranoid

Hash Plant Availability

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Most Helpful
jon990 -- 8/28/2011
"This strain is an excellent medical marijuana for those of you who actually use marijuana as medicine. Awesome for pain and depression." Read more
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Most Recent
islandzbudz -- 11/22/2014
"Was very disappointed with the taste (thought there would be more hash). Very unique buds, though. Huge, dark green dank stickiness. Meh on the effects. Got this on special." Read more
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Hash Plant Genetics Information

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By: Anna Wilcox 10/15/2014
Looking for strains covered in trichomes? To help you find some strains that deliver the best kief, we’ve created this handy little list of 10 trichome-heavy strains.
By: Anna Wilcox 10/10/2014
Ever wonder what those tiny, sticky crystals that cover cannabis flowers are? Well, we’ve got an answer for you: kief (also known as dry sift or pollen).

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