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GROWING TIPS: For indoor growing, we mostly recommend her for extreme sativa lovers or for breeding projects or seed production.

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GENETICS: 100 % sativa from thai growers who traditionally produce the much loved Thai Sticks. LANDRACE STRAIN
FLOWERING: 16-18 weeks. December.
STRUCTURE: Tall and slender sativa. Typical appearance of Asian tropical sativa. Thin and flexible stems that can cope with the worst downpours and blizzards.
YIELD / M2: Medium.
BOUQUET: Spicy, woody, lemony aromas.
HIGH: Clean, euphoric and active.

ACE Seeds’ Thai Stick Description

It requires medium-low levels of nutrients, especially of Nitrogen. For outdoor growing, it’s best to mix a good base of organic soil rich in guano and humus, and then plant the seeds in a sunny place and leave them to grow at their own rhythm almost without using fertilizers or stimulators.

Thai Stick was one of the most famous thai sativas imported into North America during the 70s and the 80s. These imported powerful and appreciated sativa flowers came from Thailand compactly packed in small stems of cannabis. Such was the potency of those Thai Sticks that smokers believed that they were bathed in hashish or opium. We exclusively offer you this much loved sativa that has been practically extinct in the usual cannabis-growers environment over the last decades. The seeds come directly from thai growers.

Thai Stick is a sativa variety from ACE Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±119 days ) and outdoors . ACE Seeds’ Thai Stick is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Resistance against SPIDER MITE: Medium
Resistance against MILDEW: Medium
Resistance against BOTRYTIS: Very High
Resistance against COLD: Medium

Without further ado, here are instructions on how to make Thai Sticks.

If you’re more into the indica side of things, Pineapple Kush is a great choice. This strain is a combination of Pineapple Express and OG Kush, and combines the best elements of both its parents. It’s got a mesmerizing flavour, with notes of what some describe as caramel or vanilla. Turning this strain into a Thai Stick would be the perfect way to enhance these nuanced undertones. At 18% THC, this 80% indica-dominant strain packs a powerful punch, making it the perfect choice for anyone who wants their Thai Stick to come with a generous dose of chill.

PINEAPPLE KUSH

9. Here, practices may diverge once again. Traditional Thai Stick makers bury their Thai Sticks underground for a month to improve curing. You can replicate this by putting your Thai Stick in a plastic bag and burying it in your yard. You can also do a “medium intensity” curing by vacuum-sealing your Thai Stick in a plastic bag and leaving it in the fridge for a week (an easy way to vacuum seal is to place you Thai Stick in a Ziploc bag, open it a crack, and suck all the air out with your lungs). If you feel you’ve waited long enough, you can smoke it without a final stage of curing.

8. Remove your Thai Stick from the parchment paper used to heat it in, and wrap it in hemp string once again. Wrap it in a new piece of parchment paper, and leave it in your fridge for another few days.

As you may have gathered from the name, Thai Sticks originated in Thailand. No one knows how old they are, but it’s certainly many centuries, likely since soon after the introduction of cannabis to Thailand. Thai Sticks were one of many cannabis innovations which came from Thailand, along with the bong.