This mysterious strain derives from the Malana Charas, a sacred Sadhu strain, used for the worship of Shiva. Charas is made by rubbing one’s hands all over the cannabis plant, during the last weeks of flowering. After rubbing the plants, the hands accumulate dark brown resin with cannabis oils, which are gathered together into a luxurious hash piece. It’s basically “finger hash” on a mass scale.
So, when this Malana Charas was mixed with the old-school Lowryder #1, Malana Bomb Auto came to light. This cultivar is 70% indica and 30% sativa, mixed with ruderalis genetics. Let’s check out what this Hindu spirit has to offer.
The mountainous indica flavors are unquestionable. The earthy and pine aromas entangle the consumer with narcotic sensations, and relax those tense “after a hard 9-to-5 day” muscles. The spirit of Himalaya mountains is inherent in the sensations induced by Malana Bomb Auto.
Of course, the THC-levels are a bit lower than regular commercially grown photoperiod strains, due to the ruderalis genetics involved. If one wishes to explore ancient vibes and remain functional, Malana Bomb Auto should be considered.
Both indoor and outdoor plants reach approximately 90cm in height. From seed to harvest, Malana Bomb Auto is ready for chopping after 9-10 weeks. The yields amount to approximately 550gr/m², for both indoor and outdoor ganja operators. The upside of growing autoflowers is that they don’t require any string support, they are short and compact, Malana Bomb Auto being no exception.
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