With a reputation as one of the best (and easiest to grow) outdoor indicas on the market, Passion #1, has become popular around the world. Strong and flavorsome this mainly indica strain from Dutch Passion will please indica lovers everywhere. 18-20% THC.
Heritage & Genetics: As legendary strain from 70´s California, Dutch Passion first introduced the strain Passion #1 to Europe in the 1980´s and it has remained one of their most popular varieties ever since. In part thanks to its soft smoke, and fresh flavors; in part thanks to its massive grow potential. Though the exact parentage is unknown, Passion #1 is an 80/20 indica-dominant hybrid, with a high THC ratio of 18-20%.
Flavor & Aroma: A gentle, light and sweet aroma of citrus and herbs will greet you when lighting up Passion #1. The citrus comes through strongly in the flavor too along with overtones of vanilla; getting sweeter as it is smoked.
Effect: Unusual for an indica-dominant strain; the first, hard and fast acting effects of Passion #1 will be cerebral and uplifting: strong, and exciting. As it settles, a deep, pleasurable, stoned effect is likely to leave you feeling relaxed and contented. Be aware this will get heavier the more you smoke, at which point, couch-lock is a guarantee.
Medical: Ongoing research has suggested that high THC and low CBD strains may have potential benefits including stimulating appetite, reducing fatigue and relieving symptoms of Glaucoma. Although thought to be more effective when working together with CBD, THC is also understood to have some pain-relieving properties on its own. Considering this, this high THC strain may also provide some relief from general aches and pains.
Grow Characteristics: A prized variety among growers the world over. Passion #1 is a strong, high yielding outdoor variety. A stable and reliable phenotype this strain can reach astronomical heights (up to 3.5 meters) in just 6 weeks under optimal conditions. This prize winner grows very long, resinous colas and Dutch Passion recommends only removing the largest leaves during growing, leaving smaller ones which will also be covered in fine, hairy trichomes and can be great for edibles and extracts.