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KUNDALINI es una variedad especial que en un primer momento destacó por los aromas y sabores que contiene y, siendo parte de la línea estable de SIMASIS, demostró ser fuerte, fiable , productiva y muy estable. Todas las plantas tienen un aspecto excepcionalmente bueno lo que la convierte en una apuesta segura. Los cultivadores de exterior de todas partes del planeta encuentran en KUNDALINI una planta que un buen verano produce material de excelente calidad en cantidades generosas. Los invernaderos ofrecen un ambiente perfecto para KUNDALINI, que se cosecha a mediados o finales de octubre segun zona. Es muy facil de cultivar y siempre da buenos resultados con unos minimos cuidados

Basic / Breeders Info

Las plantas miden entre un metro y metro y medio, tienen un olor fresco y un rico sabor tipo simasis no demasiado dulce. Los niveles de THC rondan el 18 %, es decir, extremadamente potente. En interior, se recomienda cosechar las plantas a las siete semanas, si se quiere obtener el mejor efecto no hay que pasar de las ocho semanas. Tiene una psicoactividad anti estrés que te deja relajado, despreocupado y feliz. Te encantará esta belleza tan especial. Hemos rescatado una planta de incunfundible sabor y colocon cerebral para darle un toque de sabor distinto. Aromas que al fumarla, recuerdan a hachis.

Los consumidores aprecian la psicoactividad tan especial que ofrece esta variedad. Los cultivadores medicinnales nos han contado lo bien que va para combatir el dolor y eliminar el estrés. la consideran su variedad favorita y opinan que todos los cultivadores deberían probarla.

Kundalini is a mostly indica variety from Nativa Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±57 days ) and outdoors . Nativa Seeds’ Kundalini is a THC dominant variety and is/was only available as feminized seeds.

The first thing to look at is this whole “third eye” thing. Is it actually that similar to the eyes we see with? Or could it be some vestige of an eye that was previously there? Or has yet to fully evolve? Slow down. Let us consider how the name “pineal” relates to the gland’s pinealocytes. These are cells that respond to light. They are connected to the hypothalamus of the brain. This is where the governance of our circadian rhythm, or sleep-wake cycle, comes from. The hypothalamus communicates the presence of darkness to the pinealocytes, forming part of human perception of day and night. So it does form an important component of human perception. In other animals, it is even directly connected to the eye.

The pineal gland has a profound impact on the brain. Its sensitivity has led to speculation that it is the “third eye” referred to in mythology. It is worth investigating what sort of impact cannabis has on this part of the brain.

The pineal gland is connected to the endocrine system and the endocannabinoid system. So as part of the network of cannabis’ influence, it helps the flow of cannabinoids to cannabinoid receptors. Perhaps your trippy dreams are the impact of cannabinoids regulating the depth and duration of your sleep. It has been suggested THC may reduce melatonin, which would adversely affect sleep. Yet so many people use cannabis to help get to sleep. Other effects of cannabis relieve worries and physical tensions that hamper sleep. The science around the relationship between cannabis and sleep requires further study.

THE IMPACT OF CANNABIS ON THE PINEAL GLAND

In the case of the third eye, the pineal gland not only appears there as an important neurological organ; it is in fact a light-sensing organ structurally similar to the eye. Okay, maybe there is something going on here. The pineal gland is important to many disparate cultures for its spiritual significance. It is named for its pinecone shape, a symbol that appears throughout the art of Assyrian, Greek, and other cultures. Claims about its powers range from attuning one’s mind with God or even telepathic communication. Let’s look at what the science has to say about the powers of the pineal gland. If it does serve some important function, then it is also worth exploring how cannabis can impact this part of the brain.

Many vertebrates across the mammal, reptile, and fish kingdoms have evolved a pineal gland. Others have evolved not to have one. In the case of the New Zealand reptile the tuatara, the pineal gland is directly connected to a literal third eye! Technically, the parietal eye is the correct gland to call a third eye. This gland appears on the tuatara’s head with a lens, retina, and cornea of its own. This connects to the pineal gland, as do the glowing third eyes of various deep-water fish. From an evolutionary standpoint, the pineal gland is clearly important to circadian rhythm, hormonal regulation, and things like that. But what else does it do for humans? And how would it be affected if said humans enjoyed some cannabis?

“The third eye” appears as an iconic symbol in Ancient Egyptian art. The Hindus also symbolised a third human eye with a ceremonial red dot or “bindi” on the forehead. This is said to mark the location of the Ajna chakra, a centre of energy for the subconscious mind. It is said to be humanity’s link to the spiritual realm, with philosopher René Descartes calling it “the seat of the soul”. Wasn’t much of Descartes’ medical research roundly discredited even during his lifetime? In short, yes. However, the long answer allows for the nuance that chakras do appear to correspond to important physiological locations throughout the body.

The pineal gland receives blood flow directly from the rest of the body through the posterior cerebral artery. Since the blood is not processed through the blood-brain barrier, psychoactive chemicals hit the pineal gland much quicker. This makes it very sensitive to psychoactive chemicals such as DMT or cannabinoids. The pineal gland regulates healthy sleep through the production of melatonin. This is an important function to not mess up. Overconsumption of cannabis, as the definition of “excess” suggests, could have an adverse impact on this and other aspects of your health. It’s safer to moderate your cannabis use. If you are using cannabis, what can you expect to happen to the pineal gland?