Big Tooth

Genetics: Afghan x Hawaiian Sativa x Nepalese (feminised) | 60% indica - 40% sativa
Height: medium plant with internodes averaging between 8-12 cm.
Flowering Indoor:
8-9 weeks flowering time. Yield up to 0.9 gram (dry and manicured) per watt per m2 
(with 1000W HPS).
Flowering Outdoor:
9-10 weeks flowering time, with production up to 1Kg per plant depending on the final size. Good resistance to pests.
Taste (burned): woody, spicy, herbal, with a hint of rose and blossoms.
Scent (unburned): very spicy, with a chemical side. Reminds of chili peppers and hot spices.
What the dried bud/crumbled bud looks like:
Large colas, medium density, large calyx and long hairs. 
The dry material gets a brownish hue.
Speed of high onset: 
fast hitter.
Duration of high: fast peak, short.
Quality/type of high: intense, complex, very balanced between body and mind. 
Irregular waves of energy and couch-lock can alternate, creating a very unpredictable kind of high.
Medicinal qualities: medicinally used for appetite stimulation and as an antidepressant.

The Big Tooth grows fast and very vigorous. It has a very good resistance to pests, mould and cold temperatures.
It is a very bushy plant with medium sized internodes and tends to branch out very well if the size of the root system allows it. 
The leaves are large with long leaflets, non-overlapping.
The buds grow irregular, pear-shaped, often foxtailing. Calyxes are round, small, covered in resin. 
The smell is very penetrating, complex. The effect starts on the indica side with a fast onset, then evolves into a mind-altering giggly high. 
Medicinally used for appetite stimulation and as an antidepressant.

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