Pamir Gold Genetics
Though the exact parentage is unknown, Pamir Gold originated in the western part of the Himalayas, deep in Tajikistan. The wild cannabis strains there were well suited to high altitudes and cooler climates. Dutch Passion took this unique strain, trained it up a bit in the Alps and then finally brought it down to earth in the lowlands. Slightly more indica than sativa this hybrid typically has an average of 8 to 12% THC.
Pamir Gold Terpene Profile
From the experts at Dutch Passion, Pamir Gold is understated yet decidedly sweet. The aromas of lemon, apple and pear come through in a fruity cocktail and there is an earthy, musky aftertaste that is smooth and pleasant.
Pamir Gold Effects
With a high, that is both light and subtle, Pamir Gold from Dutch Passion has a deeply relaxing effect that will leave you feeling open-minded and well-rested. It was strains like this that were so popular among hippies on the trail to the East in the ’60s and ’70s, so if you’re feeling creative or looking for enlightenment this strain may well help you on your way.
Medical Benefits Pamir Gold
Ideal for medical users looking to medicate during the day, Pamir Gold is light enough to function well and have plenty of energy. Yet, she gives a sufficient enough body-stone to
help alleviate the symptoms of physical aches and pains. The overall effect is subtle, mild and pleasant. Though specific cannabinoid numbers are not available, with a low level of
THC (8-12% on average) you shouldn’t have to worry about being baked out of your mind and she is a strain unlikely to induce anxiety.
How to Grow Pamir Gold
Available in feminized seeds, Medium-sized plants that grow well outdoors, in cooler climates and at higher altitudes. Pamir Gold from Dutch Passion has been bred to be hardy to moulds, mildew and pests. This is an undemanding strain which will produce large yields with little more than a bit of kindness and love. The buds are dense, sticky and very resinous. Ideal for a home grow, or the new gardener, Pamir Gold is not too pungent and comes to flower very quickly (sometimes in as little as seven weeks).