Strain Hunters Seeds Damnesia Auto Feminised
€19.00 – €50.00
BREEDER/BRAND Strain Hunters Merchandise
GENETICS Skunk x Ruderalis (feminised) : 60% indica – 30% sativa – 10% Ruderalis
VARIETY Mostly Indica
FLOWERING TYPE Autoflowering
YIELD 80-100 gr/plant
PLANT HEIGHT 90-120 cm
GROWS Greenhouse, Indoors, Outdoors
FLOWERING TIME 7 weeks
MEDICAL CONDITIONS Lack of Appetite, Pain
MEDICINAL PROPERTIES Good for appetite stimulation and pain control
TASTE / FLAVOUR Flowery, Woody
The Damnesia Autoflowering is a cross between the Damnesia and a Ruderalis landrace. It is a fast-flowering hybrid, with a great sativa effect and a vigorous attitude. The plant grows up to 80-120 cm and develops medium-long branches. The leaves are sativa-like, with non-overlapping leaflets, and the internodes are medium-long. The aroma of the resin is woody, flowery yet mossy. It is a complex scent that translates very true to its characteristics after combustion. The buds are long, with medium density, covered in thick resin. The flowering time is only 7 weeks, with a total crop-time of 9 weeks. The Damnesia Autoflowering has a strong appetite-stimulating effect and is good for pain control.
Strain Hunters Seeds
Strain Hunters Seeds
The Strain Hunters documentaries have the defined and limited purpose of information to the general public. Strain Hunters do not endorse or promote illegal activities of any kind.
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.
The sole intent of Strain Hunters is to identify, locate and retrieve cannabis landraces that have not yet been studied, in order to give scientists and doctors the possibility to further enhance knowledge of the cannabis plant in the medicinal field.
Many previously unknown cannabinoid profiles are contained in cannabis landraces originating from areas where there is no possibility of scientific research.