Sativa-Dominant CRITICAL KALI MIST PRE-ROLL by Pure Sunfarms THC 14-20% CBD 0-1%
A hybrid of Critical Mass (Afghan x Skunk #1) and Kali Mist, a potent sativa cross of unknown origins, Critical Kali Mist was originally grown on the west coast of British Columbia’s Vancouver Island. Featuring flavours of dill and parsley (pinene), raspberry and orange sorbet (myrcene), and oregano (caryophyllene), whole flowers (not trim) were ground for ideal consistency in tapered pre-rolls.
Kali Mist Strain Information
Sativa Dominant Hybrid – 90% Sativa / 10% Indica
THC: 15%, CBN: 1%
About Kali Mist
Kali Mist is a 90% Sativa hybrid that placed first both in the Hydro Cup of 1995 and the 2000 Seed Company Sativa Cup.
The strain is a powerful two-hit combo of unknown Sativa hybrids that delivers a blast of uplifting energy. Experienced users will likely find that it clears the mind. Some also report that Kali Mist stimulates thought and find it good for writing, yoga, and meditation.
This strain can be quite psychedelic at higher doses, but inexperienced users may feel this effect even at lower doses. The psychedelic property of the strain may lead to feelings of paranoia and anxiety. For this reason, users should limit hits to one or two during the day. Kali Mist may also cause dry mouth and eyes and occasional headaches.
This Sativa hybrid is most often prescribed to alleviate the symptoms of stress, anxiety, and depression, and it may be used at any time of day. Some find it useful for daytime pain management, but Kali Mist may not be the best solution for severe aches and pains. Patients suffering from eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia may choose this strain to induce appetite.
Serious Seeds, the strain’s breeder, have never released Kali Mist’s exact genetics, only that it’s 90% Sativa. This strong Sativa can be cultivated successfully by growers of any experience level and in most environments, but it does require regular maintenance. It flowers between 10 and 12 weeks and produces yields of roughly 300 grams per square meter (or 1,000 watts).