Feral cannabis, known as 'jungli' or 'wild' cannabis, can be found growing throughout the Himalaya. It is sometimes regarded as having a more 'natural' and enjoyable high than cultivated cannabis.
These seeds are from plants growing spontaneously around the crop fields in a renowned charas producing village in Parvati valley. They are likely to have been exchanging pollen with cultivated fields in the nearby mountains, so will share many characteristics with Parvati cultivars. Germination rates should be high, also indicating that these 'jungli' plants are close to their cultivated cousins.