Citralah
Citralah a great strain for making hash from. Half it's genetics come from Chittral Pakistan where it is solely used for hash production, and Afghani Hawaiian for the other half. This plant has a stro
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    Citralah a great strain for making hash from. Half it's genetics come from Chittral Pakistan where it is solely used for hash production, and Afghani Hawaiian for the other half. This plant has a strong citrus like smell and taste. It has a very good yield and takes 9 to 10 weeks to finish. Great finger hash when manicuring and great water hash as well . Nice daytime weed.

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    i made nearly an ounce of dangerously strong hash from one of these plants, not to mention the incre - read more

    thcmike, 2006-06-02


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