Dispensario Seeds have crossed Critical + x CBD Tsunami. They have chosen this plant because of its taste and fast production. Buds full of resin. Use hangers to ensure that the branches can hold the weight of the flowers. Ideal for both expert and beginner growers. One of the sweetest varieties on the market.
The variety TSUNAMI CBD came into the hands of Dispensario Seeds thanks to the prestigious and world renowned Dr. Paul Hornby, Vancouver, Canada.
Since they began collaborating with the Doctor, He left them amazed by his knowledge.
One of the objectives today is the development of CBD rich varieties, being those that are best responding to large numbers of diseases and ailments that now today becomes his most important mission, the great CBD hunt .
Dispensario Seeds give this famous genetics, only available commercially in certain medical dispensaries. They then send the results of these crossings to Canada to be studied in the laboratory, the exact contents of cannabinoids, terpenes, essential oils, etc.
The achieved result is a very fast plant, between 45 and 50 days. We recommend using tutors or some means of support to put up with branches without risk of splitting by the weight of the buds and also helps avoid stress suffered by the plant for this reason.
Ideal for the preparation of tinctures and powerful and fruity extractions.
Indoor use of carbon filters is recommended as the smell of this variety is very pervasive!
Some European countries call it Skunk.
Critical + x CBD Tsunami
Greenhouse, Grows Indoors, Grows Outside
- suprised Review by gary
Quality High Rarity Value
this was a free seed,
the first grow went well and produce med yeild the buds were small but very tight. full of red /orange hair. she had almost no scent until I cut and hung her. she then developed a sweet fruity scent. after cure she lost the fruity smell and turned to a scent of light hash. smoke was good had a good high that was smooth and even. The funny side is I cloned her and the second crop smelled so freaking sweet it was amazing sticky and dense small buds but very floral. they are in cure now so i'll report back (Posted on 10/9/2018)