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Old 11-20-2020, 11:05 PM #1
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Rare uncontaminated landrace sativa

So I finally found a pure sativa that has never had an indica/rudi/hybrid grow within a 60 miles of it.

Its a landrace found in southern Thailand.

The farmers here were careful not to contaminate their special landrace with other types, since they first introduced indicas to thailand in the 70s. They say its because they apprecaite actaually getting high, apparently indicas just made them feel dumb and tired.
So much for all those folks saying all the old landraces have already been contaminated.

So here's a smoke report of this bud

It looks really airy, kind of almost like there is nothing there but air.

It burns really well, it didnt even leave any ash.

It tasted like air .

And wow, the high, it was amazing, I was so high that it felt like I wasnt even high at all, I didnt feel dumb or tired which is what hybrids/indicas do, without getting you high of course, because that would just be wrong.

All in all i would give this pure landrace a 100/10

Here is a picture of it

It's kind of hard to see it in this picture.

So much for uncontaminated landrace sativas not existing any more
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Thanks for wasting my time reading that f'in worthless post

Ain't you got nuthin better to say?

How about 'splainin what's the chemical difference between a pure Sative and an Indica. What different parts of the brain are being affected, that Indica isn't reaching? Does CBD have to be in the equation? That would be interesting material.
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So I finally found a pure sativa that has never had an indica/rudi/hybrid grow within a 60 miles of it.

Its a landrace found in southern Thailand.

The farmers here were careful not to contaminate their special landrace with other types, since they first introduced indicas to thailand in the 70s. They say its because they apprecaite actaually getting high, apparently indicas just made them feel dumb and tired.
So much for all those folks saying all the old landraces have already been contaminated.

So here's a smoke report of this bud

It looks really airy, kind of almost like there is nothing there but air.

It burns really well, it didnt even leave any ash.

It tasted like air .

And wow, the high, it was amazing, I was so high that it felt like I wasnt even high at all, I didnt feel dumb or tired which is what hybrids/indicas do, without getting you high of course, because that would just be wrong.

All in all i would give this pure landrace a 100/10

Here is a picture of it

It's kind of hard to see it in this picture.

So much for uncontaminated landrace sativas not existing any more
I'm excited to work with a line that tastes like "air."
Please, tell us more
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Bait 'n Switch huh, where can we get seeds and how much they selling for?
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Bait 'n Switch huh, where can we get seeds and how much they selling for?

Yes! Must need air seeds.
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It's a very subtle taste, the notes of the aroma are very hard to explain. The aroma of the actual flower are very complex, the closest thing I can compare them to is air.
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Ain't you got nuthin better to say?

How about 'splainin what's the chemical difference between a pure Sative and an Indica. What different parts of the brain are being affected, that Indica isn't reaching? Does CBD have to be in the equation? That would be interesting material.
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"Sativa-type" and "Indica-type" Marijuana Plants

Beginning with the rise of marijuana as the leading illicit counterculture drug in the 1960's and persisting to the present day with marijuana strains being marketed in the quasi-legal and legal medicinal markets, there has been a fundamental confusion in much of the popular literature over what the terms "sativa" and "indica" designate. Taxonomists have utilized the epithets sativa and indica to distinguish two taxa (taxonomic groups), the term sativa traditionally designating non-intoxicating hemp plants.
THe marijuana trade, however, routinely uses both "sativa" and "indica" as labels for different classes of marijuana plants, and (contradictory to taxonomic tradition) employs the term sativa to designate plants with more intoxicating potential (i.e. very high THC content, but low or no CBD content) and the term india to designate plants with less but still substantial intoxicating potential (i.e. moderate THC content and moderate CBD content).
Unfortunately the misleading usage of the terms sativa and indica have become so established in popular langage that it is futile to attempt to correct the situation. In this chapter, the phrases "sativa-type" and "indica-type" are employed to denote the popular, albeit misleading usages.

"Sativa-type" and "indica-type" (the inappropriateness of these entrenched labels is pointed out above) represents two discernibly different groups of high-THC cannabis plants domesticated in Asia.
The ancient distribution of these is shown in Fig. 1.7, where it is noted that the indica-type probably arose from the sativa-type.
The much more popular sativa-type has been distributed in much of the world, and extensive hybrids have been generated between the two kinds. Table 1.1 summarizes differences that have been alleged to distinguish the two kinds (no adequate statistically based study of differences has been published, and since hybrids between the two kinds dominate strains of marijuana currently grown, the two kinds are best considered as polar extremes connected by a continuous spectrum of intermediate forms).

Strains of the sativa-type are characteristically tall and well branched in good growing conditions and tend to have relatively narrow leaflets. Sativa-type strains are extremely widespread in the illicit trade of Western nations Indica strains tend to be short (about a meter in height) and compact, especially under the often inhospitable conditions under which they are typically grown in Asia.
THey have large leaves and wide leaflets. THe appearance is often reminiscent of a miniature conical Christmas tree. THe different appearances of the two types are contrasted in Fig. 1.6 As detailed above, modern oilseed cultivars are short and compact, this architecture reducing diversion of energy into stem production and increasing harvest index (efficiency of production of the desired product), and it is probable that the architecture of indica-type C. sativa is comparably desirable, but from the point of view of production of THC rather than seeds.

There are varying descriptions in the literature about the contrasting psychological effects of indica and sativa strains (see, for example, Hazekamp and Fischedick 2012) and Smith (2012). THese descriptions generally credit the high-THC sativa type with producing a more euphoric "high" and the lower-THC indica-type with substantial CBD with producing a more subdued but attenuated (longer-lasting) experience, consistent not just with the lower THC content but more particularly with how CBD in marijuana substantially alters the effects of THC. Erkelens and Hazekamp (2014) summarized the alleged effects as follows: "The sativa high is often characterized as uplifting and energetic. The effects are mostly cerebral (head-high), also described as spacey or hallucinogenic. This type gives a feeling of optimism and wellbeing, as well as providing a good measure of pain relief for certain symptoms... Sativa strains are generally considered a good choice for daytime smoking. In contrast, the indica high is most often described as a pleasant body buzz (body-high). Indica strains are primarily enjoyed for relaxation, stress relief, and for overall sense of calm and serenity. They are supposedly effective for overall body pain relief, and most often used in the treatment of insomnia; they are the late-evening choice of many smokers as an aid for uninterrupted sleep."
Table 1.1 lists Sativa-types as: Widespread (southern Asia), relatively long (late maturing), often in semi-tropical regions, relatively tall (2-4 m), diffusely branched (longer internodes); less dense, more elongated "buds", narrow leaflets, lighter green leaves, relatively late maturation, relatively pleasant aroma (often described as "sweet"), variable ease of detachment of heads from secretory glands, little or no CBD, and relatively euphoric: a "cerebral high" promoting energy and creative thought (occasionally panic attacks in inexperienced users, or a drained feeling)

Table 1.1 lists Indica-types as: Restricted (Afghanistan, Pakistan, northwest India, Relatively short (early-maturing), adapted to relatively cool, arid regions, relatively short (1-2 m), bushy (short internodes), often conical; very dense, more compact "buds", broad leaflets, dark green leaves, relatively early maturation, relatively poorer aroma (sometimes described as "sour" and "acrid", easily detached heads from secretory glands, substantial CBD, and relatively sedative: physically relaxing, producing lethargy.

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It's a very subtle taste, the notes of the aroma are very hard to explain. The aroma of the actual flower are very complex, the closest thing I can compare them to is air.

Like an unscented dryer sheet?
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[quote=flylowgethigh;9050086]Ain't you got nuthin better to say?

How about 'splainin what's the chemical difference between a pure Sative and an Indica. What different parts of the brain are being affected, that Indica isn't reaching? Does CBD have to be in the equation? That would be interesting material.[/QUOTE

It really has nothing to do with other cannabinoids, its so complex science just has no answer to the question. Ive had imported herb from thailand and Lesotho which I will eventually do a smoke report on. And its not the terpenes either. Theres a lot going on no one understands.

Although i doubt the herb i smoked was genetically as pure as the 60s, it still had a high that was very different from other herb, like someone here said pure sativas have a key to a special part of the brain that hybirds just dont have.

They were very deep, mystical, profound highs. They were really shroomy.. Euphoric, mellow, giggly, clear, soaring, very strong visual and sensory enhancement, thai being stronger than the Lesotho, the lesotho made me feel like a kid again, both very fun strains that just have to be tried to understand. You'll never want normal cannabis afterwards thats for sure.
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Chemotype. They all be different.
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