For outdoor growing, it requires a tropical or subtropical climate in order to reach its full potential. However, it can be easily bred within latitudes of 20º-35º, where we recommend a warm and coastal climate. The use of a greenhouse is very helpful for the ripening in non-tropical latitudes.
GENETICS: 100 % sativa from thai growers who traditionally produce the much loved Thai Sticks. LANDRACE STRAIN
FLOWERING: 16-18 weeks. December.
STRUCTURE: Tall and slender sativa. Typical appearance of Asian tropical sativa. Thin and flexible stems that can cope with the worst downpours and blizzards.
YIELD / M2: Medium.
BOUQUET: Spicy, woody, lemony aromas.
HIGH: Clean, euphoric and active.
GROWING TIPS: For indoor growing, we mostly recommend her for extreme sativa lovers or for breeding projects or seed production.
Where to buy Thai Stick cannabis seeds?
Thai Stick from ACE Seeds is available only as regular seeds. Feminized seeds are not available at the moment. We found 1 offer for EUR 45.00 for 10 regular seeds. If you are looking to buy Thai Stick Cannabis Seeds from ACE Seeds somewhere – have a look to our Thai Stick Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops – or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current Thai Stick offers: Cannapot Hanfshop.
Thai Stick is a sativa variety from ACE Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±119 days ) and outdoors . ACE Seeds’ Thai Stick is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.
It requires medium-low levels of nutrients, especially of Nitrogen. For outdoor growing, it’s best to mix a good base of organic soil rich in guano and humus, and then plant the seeds in a sunny place and leave them to grow at their own rhythm almost without using fertilizers or stimulators.
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2. Coat your skewer with a layer of hash oil. Press the buds collected in step 1 to the stick. They should cover the stick in a uniform layer around its circumference. The ends of the stick should show on either side and this should be the only place the stick is visible.
10. Be sure to remove the hemp string and the skewer from the middle of the Thai stick before smoking.
Tired of your run-of-the-mill spliffs? If you’re looking for a new way to roll joints, why not look towards an ancient tradition—that of Thai Sticks. Thai Sticks have been around for centuries, perhaps millennia. They’re an ancient way of rolling joints, that involves tying weed to a skewer, curing it, and then wrapping it in cannabis fan leaves. Thai Sticks use various parts of the marijuana plant to produce a high of tremendous potency. Before we dive into instructions on how to make Thai Sticks, let’s take a look at the history of this unique product.
As you may have gathered from the name, Thai Sticks originated in Thailand. No one knows how old they are, but it’s certainly many centuries, likely since soon after the introduction of cannabis to Thailand. Thai Sticks were one of many cannabis innovations which came from Thailand, along with the bong.
Thai Sticks were introduced to America after the Vietnam War, when soldiers came home loaded with these potent blunts. They were a smash hit in America, lauded for their potency. Many believed that the Sticks contained opium. No one knows for sure, though it’s likely that their potency came rather from the hash oil used to bind them, and the strains used to make them. These were likely more potent than the typical American weed of the day.
Thai Sticks remained popular in the US through the ‘70s, but by the ‘80s, trade had dried up. This occurred for two main reasons: one, the war in Vietnam ended in 1975, and so the main supply chain bringing Thai Sticks to the US was severed; two, the Controlled Substances Act came into effect, classifying marijuana as a Class I Narcotic alongside heroin, LSD and MDMA. This made importing cannabis products a much less appealing activity.
8. Remove your Thai Stick from the parchment paper used to heat it in, and wrap it in hemp string once again. Wrap it in a new piece of parchment paper, and leave it in your fridge for another few days.
A pure and organic cannabis, Thai Stick is famous not just for its rich back story and natural landrace genetics but also for its traditionally crisp highs, flavours and aromas. Perfect for any connoisseur or enthusiasts with a passion for purity and the history of marijuana, Thai Stick rewards all with its solid yields and unique qualities.
Nurturing Thai Stick seeds to maturity can be a challenge due to the large size of the plants, ranging in height from 180-220cm, as well the need for hot humid conditions similar to its birthplace in Thailand. Unless you live in the right climate this a variety that is best grown indoors where the environment can be controlled. Although these are tall plants the thin pliable branches lend themselves to training meaning they can work in many different spaces. The dedicated and passionate cultivators among you will be granted yields of 300-400g/m2 after a flowering period of 12-14 weeks.
Unlike the majority of marijuana available Thai Stick is a naturally occurring landrace sativa, free from any alterations or crossbreeding. Though once a byword for strength Thai Stick has since been eclipsed in power by modern hybrid strains, with THC levels generally measuring between 15-18% and no significant CBD presence. Further adding to its already significant legacy is its position as one of the most popular cannabis varieties used to create hybrid strains, birthing many fan favourites including Haze, Juicy Fruit and Voodoo.
A stimulating and expansive sativa style high is what you can expect from Thai Stick weed. The high starts slowly, gradually building into waves of euphoria which flow over you, the body gently relaxing and the mind focusing thanks to the energy boost. A fantastic strain for social smoking and daytime use when clarity and motivation are important, providing a crystal clear high that won’t overwhelm you easily.
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Thai Stick has a unique look with plenty of long thin leaves and branches hiding the fluffy light green and brown buds, which are covered in thick resins and sugar like trichromes. The smell will remind many of the scents and flavours of Southeast Asia, combining herbal notes of lemongrass, woody tones of pine and sweet and sour pops of lime. A robust earthy skunkiness hovers on the baseline, rounding out the organic natural aroma.
The refreshing flavour of Thai Stick begins with a beautiful hit of spice, reminiscent of the type you might find in Thai cuisine, before bursts of sharp yet sweet citrus raise the experience to the next level. A deep organic skunky flavour provides the bass notes that result in a wonderfully balanced and flavourful cannabis.