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Hi Laetika! Yeah, Bhangboole is elmund@. :) By the way, the mantra is Gayatri Mantra, one of the most important and beautiful mantras you can find. It is a "thank you world for still existing this morning mantra", so people recite it on sunrise and sunset. Here there is a great version from Annudhara Paudal, hope you enjoy and sorry lads for the offtopic... hxxp://www.youtube .com/watch?v=nDnam SM3Z3s change xx for tt of course... All the best, Bhangboole  (Apr 29, 2013 | post #851)

charas from within eu

Having known the herb for the last 15 years I must say Laetikas South Indian Charas (LSIC) can stand up on the league of Malana, Vashisht or Kasol creams. The difference is that Himachali charas is made up from mountain sativas, with a relatively shorter flowering time. They produce buds and resins which are strong, upbeat and frequently psychedelic in nature. The charas which makes the best example is Nepali Charas. The one from Malana or Vashisht is a little dreamier, but still psychedelic, though it seems to lack the almost whitening rush of energy of a clean charas from the valleys up north Kathmandu or Phokara. On the other side of the spectrum we see resins like Laetika´s. These have been harvested from 1) Wild Sativas around the tea mountains in the Malabar Coast between Tamil Nadu and Kerala 2) Harvested selected wild sativa plants selected from a pool of higher yielding /shorter flowering tropical wild sativas. These ones start to flower in late monsoon (September) and are ready to rumble next March/ April. We are talking about wild sativas with a 6/7 month flowering time. The sativas found in Himachal Pradesh are ready by late October/early November, and Nepali mountain sativas sometimes with autoflowering genes in some indivuuals can be ready even by mid September, like the ones found in the Annapurna round trail around Pisang and Manang. The Nepali ones are stockier and harder, very frost resistant and with strong fiber production in the stems and the leaves. South Indian sativas are usually gracile, soft at the touch and high! easily reaching 4 metres. These sativas give the mellower of the highs, they are still active and social, though invite some introspection or skillful work with the hands. They have the clean and inspiration high such ancient plants can give. Thank you Laetika for giving the chance of tasting some of the best hashish on the planet, and with so, respecting the customers to such a degree.  (Apr 29, 2013 | post #836)

charas from within eu

I must say Laetikas South Indian Charas has a very special high. It has a crisp clean uplifting and completely paranoia free high that I appreciate specially on weekend mornings taking care of my plants in the terrace. A perfect time brewing fresh coffee beans and rolling a joint of charas under the spanish sun...  (Apr 4, 2013 | post #490)

charas from within eu

Enjoying some Laetikas charas now.Coffeeshop quality, mild taste but outstanding sativa high. Very similar in potency and high with Original Haze or Columbian/Mexican sativas. Highly recommended for sativa aficionados. Thank you Laetika!  (Mar 20, 2013 | post #283)

charas from within eu

Calm down Charabunga,Laetika has a GREAT customer care,he must have tenths of emails to answer, so don´t worry and be patient, he will answer.  (Mar 16, 2013 | post #197)

charas from within eu

You have a mail Laetika! Thanks and all the best in your trip.  (Mar 5, 2013 | post #75)