Thus, we find ourselves in front of a really dark plant, with almost black colors on the leaves, which contrast with the huge amount of resin that permeates all its corners at the end of flowering, offering a wonderful spectacle in sight.
We are talking about a plant of typically Indica structure, chaparra, short but very branched, with a multitude of leaves of large and wide leaflets.
Its branches are woody and thick, to be able to withstand its large and round buds, which are distributed throughout its branches, in addition to filling its central tip. Its aroma will be very similar to quality Afghan hashish, with hints of sweet exotic incense, exquisitely accompanying a relaxing, narcotic and body effect, with some brain load.
It can leave you completely K.O., thinking about your stuff, being perfect for before bedtime and for medicinal use.