X18 Pure Pakistani Marijuana Strain Seeds

  • Pure Pakistani Landrace
  • 99% Indica : 1% Sativa
  • Flowering Time: 8-9 Weeks
  • Yield: 450-600g/m2
  • Height: Medium

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X18 Pure Pakistani Marijuana Strain Seeds

X18 Pure Pakistani Marijuana Plant
X18 Pure Pakistani Marijuana Plant

X18 Pure Pakistani Marijuana Seeds

  • Pure Pakistani Landrace
  • 99% Indica : 1% Sativa
  • Flowering Time: 8-9 Weeks
  • Yield: 450-600g/m2
  • Height: Medium

About X18 Pure Pakistani

This variety is an outstanding representation of the Pakistani workability. Growing such a true, distinctive hash plant implies dealing with one of the main characters from the Hindu Kush. In a few words, X18 simply works. With a good yield, the plants show a typical Pakistani stretch during the first month of flowering.

X18 Pure Pakistani Basic Info

X18 Pure Pakistani is an indica strain breed by Reserva Privada and can be cultivated indoors and outdoors. X18 Pure Pakistani is a THC dominant strain and is available as feminized and regular seeds.

X18 like PTK is an old indica line derived from Pakistan import that was introduced to Northern California in the early 1980’s. x18 was first bred for many years ago by “the chemist”. X18 is pure and has never been outcrossed.

X18 Seeds

x18 pakistani seeds
x18 pakistani seeds

Flowering time: 8-9 weeks

X18 Pure Pakistani stretches during the first month on 12/12 schedule before concentrating on the maturation of flowers, for a total flowering time of 8-9 weeks. Buds are very dense and hard, totally covered with resin and easy to manicure thanks to its favorable flower/leaf ratio.

Where to buy X18 Pure Pakistani cannabis seeds?

x18 Pure pakistani seeds are available online, to buy regular or feminized x18 pure pakistani seeds, headover to kushmann.com and search for “x18 pure pakistani cannabis seeds” or Click here to purchase x18 pure pakistani seeds online

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The old Pakistani blue is all about the smell. In flower, it reeks of cheese and chorizo. The fragrance develops constantly along the flowering cycle, but it’s always very pungent. The buds are dense and rock hard, literally crusted with resin, and easy to manicure. The scent of the herbal cannabis when finished and dried is more acrid and citric, almost acid.

While the effects of the plants from the Hindu Kush are highly medicinal, X18 can put your head to spin. It comprises a wonderfully balanced resin profile but can sit with the smoker in different ways (relaxed or brainstormed) depending on the person and the circumstances.

X18 Pure Pakistani Strain Information

X18 Pure Pakistani is a 100% pure indica strain created as a clone of the infamous Pakistani Landrace. This classic all-star bud is absolutely perfect for any indica lover, with long-lasting and relaxing effects that will have you soaring through deep introspection after just a toke or two.

The high starts in the mind, creeping up on your cerebral state and leaving you feeling totally out of focus, lost in deep thought and self-exploration. As your mind settles into oblivion, your body will begin to relax into a deeply sedative state, locking you to the couch and leaving you totally immovable with light tingly warmth spreading from limb to limb.

With these long-lasting effects and its moderate 10-15% average THC level, X18 Pure Pakistani is said to be perfect for treating those suffering from conditions such as chronic pain, insomnia, nausea, inflammation, chronic stress, or anxiety and Multiple Sclerosis.

This bud has a super spicy cheese flavor with a touch of sour citrus upon exhale. The aroma is very pungent and sour with a dank citrus overtone accented by a spicy skunk and earthy herbs. X18 Pure Pakistani buds have super dense and hard pepper-shaped forest green nugs with rich amber hairs and matching crystal trichomes.

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Reviews

  1. George Kushmann (store manager)

    I’m working with this exact strain right now, they’ve been vegging for just shy of three months. Here is some basic X18 info for you:

    The original X18 breeder is The Chemist…well, technically the Pakistani tribesmen of generations past, but The Chemist (a friend of Tom Hill) is the one that got it in seed form to California pre-70s, and selectively bred it to heirloom status. From there, it was brought into the mainstream by Tom Hill, who deserves the most credit for keeping and preserving this strain for the masses:

    As stated prior, probably the most well-known modern day cut of X18 is Raco’s XVIII (there’s threads about this cut documented on other forums).

    DNA also did a reproduction of X18 based on Raco’s cut, although under dubious circumstances (there’s threads on other forums outlining the history behind that, no need to get into it here). As far as I know this was a 1-1 selection of Raco’s female crossed to an X18 male. I believe DNA have also done X18 fem releases? But don’t quote me on that:

    I am growing X18 as the backbone of my current breeding project. I acquired some authentic X18, original Tom Hill stock, from my friend and business partner, whom I believe acquired them from Breeder’s Retail (run by Chimera for those of you familiar with that breeder). According to Chimera, he acquired the stock directly from Tom Hill, and it was stock from Tom’s last reproduction of X18, which was 2005-ish? Again, apologies if I am wrong on the dates and facts, feel free to correct me if wrong. Chimera is known to keep an extensive genetic library and to have the facilities to properly preserve seed stock to scientific standards, so this old stock came to me in pristine form. Of 20 seeds, I successfully germinated 18, so a 90% germ rate on 12+ year old seed stock…impressive to say the least.

    Tom Hill was well known for his breeding techniques, and when it came to selections, he used massive numbers of plants for his reproductions, in order to get the full range of genotypic expressions and ideal selections for his reproductions. I am nowhere of the scale to be able to do that, but regardless, I believe strongly in the preservation of endangered genetics and wanted to at least attempt a reproduction as completely as possible, with the limited resources I have available. So for my X18 reproduction, I will be keeping and using all 18 specimens. The one exception I will make is if I notice any hermaphroditic tendencies in any of the plants, then that individual plant will be culled. I do believe that an 18-plant reproduction will hopefully be closer and more true to Tom’s selections than the 1-1 production produced by DNA. That is not a knock on DNA at all, but just a highlight of what I am trying to achieve with my own work.

    X18 is said to have quite a few unique traits for a pure Indica from Pakistan. It’s said to be more NLD-leaning than BLD-leaning (Pretty much all genotypes of my 18 plants confirm this). It is also said to be stretchier than most indicas (I will be able to confirm this in a few weeks when I flip to flower). The chemotypes of X18 are said to range from sour apples, to pears, to skunk, to cheese, to chorizo. I can concur on some of those, even though it is only late veg for me; the full range of chemotypes should be more readily apparent once I’ve entered the flowering stage. A few definitely stand out as skunky and cheezy. A few I would say lean toward the “apple/pear” spectrum, but these are softer and harder to pinpoint (I try not to be biased by other reports, so I won’t say definitively until it really stands out to me). One in particular is very low odor. But I can say the smelliest ones are SUPER sticky on the stalk, and may turn out to be extremely resinous (fingers crossed). And when evaluated as a whole…and disclaimer, I really HATE to use this word, but it does describe this family of plants perfectly…you definitely can tell right off the bat that you’re dealing with “kush”, as those earthy gas tones stand out instantly. If someone never smoked cannabis and wanted to know what “kush” smells like, I’d direct them to these plants as a base example. TLDR: nice earthy gassy tones, some leaning cheesier, some leaning skunkier, some with a very soft, but fruity, apply head, and one very low odor.

    One thing that’s been pleasantly surprising is how well the X18 cuts root in rooters. I took a bunch of “throwaway” cuts, meaning, plant material that got chopped int he course of thinning and lollipopping, and popped them in rooters, just to possibly keep a few of the original moms around. Pretty much all of these cuts have rooted within a week, some within 3-4 days, which I can’t say about a lot of strains. That on top of my cloning tech being really bad :slight_smile: shows how good these genetics are, at least from a vigor perspective.

    In addition to the X18 repro, I’ll be doing a bunch of outcrosses to some modern day hybrids, and some classics, to see what we get and to see what the landrace genes bring to the table when outcrossed:

    88G13HP (Hazeman) Released by Hazeman but widely known because of ndnguy
    LA Pure Kush (Hazeman) I’ve asked Haze about the male parentage on this seed stock, as I thought LAPK was clone-only? Never got a response.
    Stardawg IX (Top Dawg) Speaks for itself. This Chem offshoot should mesh well with the Paki kushiness.
    C99 (Bros Grim). I need to check with my friend to see where he sourced this. He told me it was original stock from 1997.

    Comment by buryseeds @overgrow

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