Pandora: offers a powerful high
Pandora is an autoflowering cannabis strain that is heavy on the indica side of things. This strain offers a long lasting stone that may make even the most veteran of smokers feel quite baked. Pandora features 70 percent indica genetics, 20 percent sativa genetics and 10 percent of its genetics stem from cannabis ruderalis. This autoflowering strain has gained some traction in its time and is valued for its compact nature and dense, long flowers. So much so that Pandora gained victory as a HighLife Cup Winner in 2012.
When smoking Pandora, users can expect indica and sativa traits to be experienced when it comes to the division of the head and body high generated. The body high is quite calming and offers some stress relief and a state of rest for medical users. The head high is also quite relaxing with a wavy aspect to it.
Pandora is characterised by its medley of tastes, primarily sticking out of the mix are flavours of sweetness. Other detectable tastes include spice, earth, hash and pine. When lighting up a large joint packed out with Pandora, a pleasant smell will quickly fill up the smoking area. This scent will carry sweet, fruity and floral fumes.
As an autoflowering strain growers can expect to be harvesting Pandora within a quick time frame after planting the seeds. Typically it takes around a period of 75 days for this strain to finish blooming and to be ready for processing and eventually smoking. Growers will be pleased with the impressive calyx to leaf ratio that this strain boasts, as well as the long and tall colas on display.
This strain is appealing to beginner growers in part due to its autoflowering nature, meaning no change in the photoperiod is required to force the strain into the flowering stage of the grow cycle. Growing Pandora inside is always a great choice because its small size is ideal when space is limited, the strain will rarely exceed 100 cm in height when indoors. When grown outdoors, the crop will push up to around 120 cm in height.