Easy to grow 100% Indica for great high Suitable for medical use Afghan is a very popular indica that delivers a heavy-bodied high.
Afghan Marijuana Seeds is a well known variety worldwide. Originally taken from Afghanistan, it was cultivated in Holland. The plant produces round fat leaves and fat buds, with excellent yields and a high flower to leaf ratio.Afghan shows excellent resistance to pests and disease. It has rich, smooth hash like smoke with a numbing buzz. Always one of the most popular strains with high levels of THC.
|Plant type||100% Indica|
|THC||Up to 20%|
|Difficulty||Easy to grow|
|Climate||Indoors | Continental | Mold Resistant|
|Yields||16 to 21 oz per 3x3ft|
|Taste & Smell||Earthy | Herbal | Pungent | Spicy | Sweet | Woody|
|Effects||Euphoric | Happy | Hungry | Relaxed | Sleepy|
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.
The Afghan Indica strain can be traced to the area near the Afghanistan-Pakistan border known as the Hindu Kush mountain range.
Derived from the landrace parent strain known as Afghani, it’s native to both Pakistan and the mountains of Afghanistan. It’s traditionally cultivated to produce a potent hash.
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.