The strain’s delicious kush, earthy, and lemon flavor mix comes with a very smooth effect. It will definitely make your mouth water as it projects its powerful indica effects. Happiness is both relaxing and calming at the same time. Physically and mentally, it is exhilarating. If you are looking for the classic indica effect, this is perfect for you then. It induces a deep couch lock, which is often partnered with the munchies.
As calming and relaxing it can be, Kalini Asia is recommended for people experiencing insomnia. It is also smoked by people with loss of appetite as it can trigger the munchies. It can stabilize the emotions and mood of people with anxiety. Depression patients can be uplifted in just a few takes, as well as those who have been struggling with chronic stress and fatigue. It can also soothe any type of physical pain.
What are the Medical Benefits of Kalini Asia?
You should never be fooled by Kalini Asia’s calm. If you take it beyond your tolerance, the relaxing qualities will just be the calm before the storm. On the lighter side, the strain can induce dry mouth, eyes, and throat. On the more severe side, it will leave the user anxious and paranoid.
Bred by Zamnesia, Kalini Asia is an indica dominant strain spawned by combining the Hindu Kush and Pure Purple Afghani, hence, it grows projecting purple hues emitting pungency and pine scent. It originated from the mountain of Hindu Kush, contributing to its high resistance. It can be grown indoors, outdoors, and in a greenhouse. It has 75% indica genes and 25% sativa genes.
The strain tends to grow bushy, compact, and branchy, hence, it is perfect to be cultivated in the Sea of Green (SOG) setup. It loves heavy feeding, making it perfect for any growing medium. You may grow it organically or hydroponically. Any sizes of the tent will do as well.
The so-called “sinsemilla technique” for producing seedless ganja was already developed in fifteenth-century India. However, traveller accounts from the seventeenth century indicate ganja from Southeast Asia was a prized commodity among Indians, specifically exports from Aceh in Sumatra.
Authentic Southeast Asian ganja strains are at high risk of extinction due to the introduction of modern hybrid seed, particularly in Cambodia and Thailand.
Southeast Asian landraces. Probably the most renowned traditional Cannabis cultivars are from Southeast Asia, particularly Thailand and Laos. These are tropical Sativa-type domesticates (“landraces”) cultivated for the production of ganja, meaning seedless or lightly seeded high-THC female inflorescences. The finest Thai stick ganja of the ’60s and ’70s came from northern Isan, an ethnically Lao region of Thailand, and neighbouring Central Laos.
Mainland Southeast Asia is also a crucial centre of biodiversity for hemp, especially the northern highlands bordering China. Some Thai and Lao ganja strains may be hybrids with Chinese hemp, perhaps including our ‘Highland Thai’ accession from the border region of Burma.