Hailing from the Himalayas, Nepalese Dragon is the design of the Ministry of Cannabis that is exactly half Indica and half Sativa. This hybrid was created by crossing two landraces, an Indian Indica and a Sativa from Nepal. It is often described as having very unique effects on the body and mind. Coming on quickly is a body buzz that can be relaxing but seems to fade in less than a half hour. Accompanying this is a cerebral high that can feel very bright and positive but with a mild sedative effect. It can last for hours depending on dosage and tolerance levels. Users with low tolerance may experience some alterations to their visual perceptions, including a cartoon like effect on their vision and flashing lights.
The effects of Nepalese Dragon are not often overwhelming but the lazy effect it can produce may make it better for use in the later hours of the day. It may be used to alleviate migraines and some sources of chronic pain, particularly pains of lesser degrees. Patients looking to escape anxiety and depression may find that this strain does the trick.
Nepalese Dragon can be quite resistant to changes in climate, which makes it a good candidate for outdoor grows but it also does well inside. It grows fairly easily without requiring too much attention and that makes it a good choice for new growers. Flowering times for these plants are usually around 8 weeks, to produce up to 450 grams a square meter, though outside some have had harvests closer to 600 grams per plant. Toting THC levels around 17 percent, Nepalese Dragon often tastes like spruce.