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Old 01-21-2019, 06:54 PM
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It's just another point of reference. I think the author Rob Clarke traveled to many of these places personally.

You are right though, they could be blowing smoke up our ass. I think the problem is everyone has their own opinion on what a sativa or indica is. The lebanese plants are definitely not as "sativa" as your colombians. Nor are they as "indica" as deep chunk.

This thread got me thinking that skunk smelling plants seem to come from afghan heritage. And imo afghani plants are generally broad-leafed. And I've read that the broadleaf feature is a fairly new feature to afghan hash plants. The wild broadleaf cannabis indica variety was introduced to the Kunar valley in E. Afghanistan by immigrants from Chinese Turkestan during the late 1930's. Supposedly these were hybridized with the cannabis sativa hash plants the afghans were using up til then.

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