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Relatively minor adverse reactions can happen with Afghan, usually for inexperienced smokers that haven’t yet established their tolerance. Cottonmouth and dry eyes are commonplace and in rare instances mild paranoia, headaches and slight dizziness have been reported.

Two great strains in one is what you get with Afghan Kush x Super Skunk. An indica dominant with a noticeable sativa component, this strain delivers right out of the gate. A high THC content of nineteen percent produces a strong body numbing buzz and sets the mind at ease. A sweet earthy flavor is accompanied by a skunky, pungent aroma.

Medical Application

A true one of a kind flavor profile exists in this strain. The pungent, earthy aromas translate well to the taste buds and deliver an herbal, minty flavor that is followed by a sweet and creamy finish. The smoke is smooth and rarely overwhelms the lungs so smokers can really enjoy the subtle notes of flavor that come with lighting up a joint.

Once again the geographical origins of Afghan Fem strain seeds factor heavily into its growth cycle. The harsh climates within which it originated created the necessity of a fast flowering time. Afghan forms large, heavy buds that are coated with crystals making it appear as if it was dusted in confectioners’ sugar. Higher, mountainous regions see shorter amounts of light and experience sudden and often severe weather changes necessitating the need for a faster reproduction time. Generally speaking, the strain flowers in between seven to ten weeks. Patience is a virtue when growing cannabis seeds at home so novice growers will also do well with the shorter flowering times gaining valuable experience in a lessened period of time.

Nobody kept the secret with Afghani x Hawaiian x Laos x Jamaica. Looks like everyone came to the party here and what a party it is. This globally themed sativa dominant hybrid gives smokers a heightened sense of being with the cognitive focus of a chess master. All while delivering relaxation that melts pain away and seems to make everything right in the world.

This plant produces excellent yields and has a high resistance to molds and pests. It’s a tough strain because it had to adapt to the harsh conditions of the Afghan mountains. The ease of cultivating this plan is a huge perk for those who don’t have a lot of growing experience. It grows equally well outdoors and indoors. Because of its Indica genetics, the plants don’t get very tall and they tend to stay busy and compact. The average flowering time is somewhere between 8 and 10 weeks. Harvest usually occurs around late September, and yields come in at 450 to 600 grams per M2.

Since Afghan is an Indica thoroughbred, users get full-body coverage, creating one intense high. But, it’s not just a strain that puts you on the couch, it goes even deeper by acting as a potent sleep aid. Because of its ability to help with sleep, those with insomnia love and rely on Afghan for these specific effects. Besides insomnia, this strain works to lower stress, pain, and depression. It gets the body into a state of relaxed euphoria while quieting the mind.

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Autoflowering Type

As the name suggests, the Afghan strain is, in fact, indigenous to the foothills of the Afghanistan mountains. Westerners came across it during the ‘hippie trail’ days of the 1960s and 1970s. The travelers consumed this cannabis strain and then brought the seeds back with them to grow in America and Europe. It’s a 100% pure Indica strain with moderate THC levels around 16 to 17%.

As one of the best Indica strains on the planet, Afghan makes loyal fans of all who smoke it. One of the reasons this plant promotes calming properties in the body and mind is due to its Myrcene content. This terpene is also what gives Afghan a sweet flavour and taste. The body buzz is reminiscent of still waters, while the heady effects are blissful and euphoric.

Afghan has a sensational appearance. The fat, dense buds are covered in hairs and a mind-blowing number of frosty trichomes. Its heavy resin production is the reason it creates a deep and heavy stone. This strain is divinely aromatic with sweet, earthy notes. It’s impossible not to smile with joy when inhaling this perfect plant specimen.

The earthy and sweet tasting notes of Afghan are dominant in this strain. Yet, as you continue to smoke your joint or take hits from the pipe, you’ll notice spicy hints that manifest as cinnamon and incense. Also, it has a hash-like smoke, that’s strong and lingering.

Somehow, some way, Kush found a home. For at least the past couple thousand years, it has been the Hindu Kush mountain border region between modern day Afghanistan and Pakistan. These short, fast-flowering, and dark green bushes with oversized, fat-fingered leaves and swollen, resin-dripping buds are still the source of sticky green for the bulk of world’s hashish production – rivalled only by Morocco.

If you want the motherload of oversized colas and beaster nugs, it’s got to be Critical. This green monster is beloved by commercial growers across Europe for good reason. Aside from her enormous 600g+/m² indoor yield and comparable per plant outdoor production, she is also uber potent. THC levels can come close to 20%. All this in just 7 weeks of flowering. Critical is a real deal heavy-hitter, infused with Afghan and Skunk genetics.

SPECIAL KUSH 1

Indoors, she can yield as much as 650g/m². Plants will climb to about 1.5m in height and ooze sticky buds. However, outdoors in good sunshine, Special Queen 1 can grow to a towering 4m stature and produce in excess of 500g per plant. Easy crop fat stash in 8 weeks or less of bloom with Special Queen 1.

Easy to grow indoors or outdoors in warmer climates, this rapid flowering weed weapon won’t keep you waiting either. In 8-9 weeks of bloom, chunky trophy colas of Royal AK will be ready for harvest. Indoor growers can expect about 500g/m² of primo head stash. Best of all, her buds are easy to trim due to her amazing flower to leaf ratio.

True to her Afghan pedigree, she grows stocky and sturdy, remaining about 1m tall. Ideally suited to a variety of indoor cultivation styles from basic organics to advanced hydroponics. Even beginner indoor growers have been known to pull down impressive 500g/m² harvests. Outdoors in a dry, southern climate, she can reach 2m and tip the scale with yields of 500g per plant.