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Ruderails - Sativa

Ruderails - 20% THC

The Ruderails are a mythical, rare subspecies of wild cannabis from Siberia which has a short growth habit and quick life cycle. In 1924, Russian botanist D.E. Janichevsky concluded that ruderal Cannabis in central Russia is either a variety of C. sativa or a separate species, and proposed C. sativa L. var. ruderalis Janisch. and Cannabis ruderalis Janisch. as alternative names. In 1929, renowned plant explorer Nikolai Vavilov assigned wild or feral populations of Cannabis in Afghanistan to C. indica Lam. var. kafiristanica Vav., and ruderal populations in Europe to C. sativa L. var. spontanea Vav.

In 1940, Russian botanists Serebriakova and Sizov proposed a complex classification in which they also recognized C. sativa and C. indica as separate species. Within C. sativa they recognized two subspecies: C. sativa L. subsp. culta Serebr. (consisting of cultivated plants), and C. sativa L. subsp. spontanea (Vav.) Serebr. (consisting of wild or feral plants). Serebriakova and Sizov split the two C. sativa subspecies into 13 varieties, including four distinct groups within subspecies culta. However, they did not divide C. indica into subspecies or varieties. This excessive splitting of C. sativa proved too unwieldy, and never gained many adherents.

Ruderalis was first formally described by the Russian botanist, Janischewski. It originates in Southeast Russia but currently grows wild from the Caucuses right up into China. The name Ruderalis is derived from the tough, stony places on the plains where this sturdy little plant prefers to take hold. These places are known as ‘ruderal’ and so Ruderalis indicates a plant that can even survive on building rubble. Ruderalis is short and stocky with a maximum height during flowering between 30 and 60 centimetres. In comparison with Indian hemp, Indica, Ruderalis has very small short leaves, hardly any branches and it produces one small firm flower, right on its main growth stem. The seed casing shows a difference in the outer covering tissue, which appears wrinkly and almost spotty. These seeds are usually smaller than their Sativa counterparts but are still larger than those of Indica. Traditional nicknames for Ruderalis are Anascha, Konopli, Mimea, Momea, Mumeea, Penka, Penscha, Ruderalhanf, Russian Hemp, Primeval hemp, Wild Hemp, Rough Hemp, Hemp and Weedy hemp. Botanical synonyms are Cannabis Intersita SOJAK, C. sativa LINNÉ ssp. spontanea SEREBR. ex. SEREBR. et SIZOV, C. sativa LINNÉ var. Ruderalis (JANISCHEWSKY), C. sativa LINNÉ var. spontanea MANSFIELD und Cannabis spontanea MANSFIELD.

The history of primeval hemp The Greek historian, Herodotus of Halikarnassus (490-430 BC) describes the use of Ruderalis hemp for burial rituals practised by the Scythians. A tent would be constructed from sticks and folds of felt cloth above a fire place, then everyone would gather under the tent and throw Ruderalis seeds onto the glowing rocks and embers, whilst deeply inhaling the rising fumes. Archaeological finds have confirmed Herodotus by uncovering incense holders and leather pouches full of hemp seeds that date back 2400 years and were found in Scythian burial mounds around Mongolia. The following text was found amongst his notes that were uncovered at his burial site. “Both vats contained a large amount of hemp seeds and these were placed next to the aforementioned large stones. The seeds found were Cannabis Sativa L, of the strain Cannabis Ruderalis, described by Janisch. Hemp seeds were also discovered inside a heavy leather bottle that was attached to the base of a large vat in the form of a Scythian cauldron. The stones in the smoking vats were burned and some of the remaining seeds were carbonised.

Apart from its use in burial rituals, the Scythians used this strain of hemp as their favourite tranquilliser. In Central Asia, Cannabis Ruderalis has been used since prehistoric times by shamans for rituals and that still happens today in parts of Russia and Mongolia. Cannabis Ruderalis as folk medicine In both Mongolia and Russia, Cannabis Ruderalis is widely used as an antidepressant. A Mongolian ‘bagashun’ or a Russian ‘mummio’ is a tonic against any and all diseases and ills. It is probably created out of a mix Ruderalis, juniper berries and bat shit. The Mongolians identify two strains of cannabis, that is Cannabis Sativa, which is usually used for it’s oil whilst Ruderalis is usually used for its psychotropic side effects. Jettmar believes that it is very likely that Mongolian shamans use Ruderalis with juniper berries to induce trance states. Chemical composition

Ruderalis contains about the same amount of cannabinoids as its counterparts. That includes the three main components for THC (delta9-Tetrahydrocannabinol), CBD (Cannabidiol) en CBN (Cannabinol). The quantity of THC in Ruderalis is set at about 40%. In comparison analysis shows that Cannabis Sativa contains up to 70% of THC. Ed Rosenthal has this to say about the psychoactive effects of Ruderalis, “The high from Ruderalis is more of a zoom that quickly descends into a headache. Hybrids and cross breeding on the other hand, often produce a very respectable high.” With cross breeds, Rosenthal is referring to modern cannabis hybrids that have evolved due to selective breeding between the Ruderalis hemp plant and a Cannabis Sativa or Indica or already established hybrid.

To conclude, let’s have a quick look at some of these interesting developments. Modern hybrids founded with Ruderalis. For outdoor growing, Cannabis Ruderalis can best be crossed with plants derived from Cannabis Indica. Both types are small and robust and have a hearty immune system, (the influence of Ruderalis) and produce a potent high (the influence of Indica). These factors are very important for the successful cross cultivator. Cross breeding with Sativa produces hybrids with an average high content. Ruderalis Indica and Ruderalis Skunk are outdoors strains produced by the Sensi Seed Company. Ruderalis Indica, as the name implies, is a cross between Ruderalis crossed with an Indica cross which originated from Hungary and the former Soviet Union. The producers advertise this strain as being a fast and early bloomer that is still a potent hybrid.

With the early bloomer, Ruderalis Skunk, great care was taken to maintain the original characteristics of the Ruderalis strain. This hybrid is also exceptional from its primeval origin in that it is able to flower regardless of daylight hours. It will just start when it reaches a certain age. For this reason they are very popular as a beginners plant. One of Sensi Seeds more exquisite sorts is the Fourway, which is made up of 25% of Indica, Ruderalis, Northern Light and Skunk and is perfect for either indoor or outdoor cultivation. The Canadian seed company, Mighty Mite Strains, produces two of their own hybrids alongside a purebred Cannabis Ruderalis. The program reads – Ruderalis Skunk crossed with Indica (for indoor and outdoor cultivation) and Mighty Mite crossed with Ruderalis for outdoor cultivation. Their top achiever is the strain Mighty Mite, an Indica strain originating in the Himalayas. Also to be found in Canada, is the Heritage Seed Company who created the Ben Johnson strain, which is an Indica, crossed with a Ruderalis hybrid. Jason King’s ‘Cannabible’, came up with a Ruderalis – Strawberry cross. Strawberry is derived from 75% Indica and 25% Sativa. North American Willi Jack Seeds produces an interesting cross between Northern Lights and Ruderalis.

Grade:  A

THC:   20%

Russian Landrace


Breeder:  Landrace

Flowering Time:  8-9 weeks

up to 400 gr m/2 (dried indoor).

Good For:
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