Honduras is a pure Sativa landrace that hails from Central America and was named after its point of origin. This Honduran landrace was made available for purchase in seed form by Ace Seeds who have been preserving it since 2015.
TASTE & SMELL –
Honduras buds generally have a strong, fruity taste with earthy and floral undertones and a spicy aroma.
Honduran landrace strain provides an uplifting high that boosts energy, creativity, and sociability. Expect to joke, laugh, and talk your head off with this beautiful bud. The flowers are equally great for an afternoon or evening with friends or a lazy day at home. The energy boost of Honduran landrace makes it a great option for those suffering from chronic fatigue.
MEDICAL USES –
The euphoria Honduras offers is helpful to patients with depression and PTSD. Medical cannabis patients with inflammatory pain from arthritis or fibromyalgia will find relief with this pure landrace strain.
GROW INFO –
The plants are moderately challenging to grow. Indoors, she flowers for about 14 weeks and is ready for harvest around mid-November when grown outdoors in the Northern Hemisphere. It is highly resistant to powdery mildew, whitefly and can withstand high heat growing conditions. True to its genetic heritage, it has a typical tropical Sativa structure being tall, flexible, and strong. Although best suited for growing outdoors, Honduras can be cultivated indoors with adequate room and training techniques. These tall plants produce loose and fluffy neon green flowers that have an elongated shape and a wispy appearance, traits often associated with Sativa landrace strains. The resinous buds are highlighted with bright orange pistils and caked in sparkling trichomes with deep forest green leaves. It’s interesting to note that some phenotypes have dark blue and purple leaves.
SEED AVAILABILITY –
If you’re looking to grow this classic landrace, you’re in luck. There’s no need to trek through the Latin American jungle as regular Honduran heirloom seeds are available directly from the Ace Seeds’ website.