Afgan Kush Ryder

Afgan Kush Ryder Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
22%
Yield
Medium
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
7 - 9 weeks
Climate
Mediterranean Climate
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Medium to High
Flavors
Wood

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Afgan Kush Ryder Marijuana Seeds Information

The Afgan Kush Ryder was created by the World of Seeds. it is a cannabis strain that is a true indica of an unnamed Ruderalis. It can provide a cerebral buzz that will totally keep you seeking more. This can be your best evening treat for all the Afghan variety fans but not for newbies.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Afgan Kush Ryder?

The earthy woody taste will be much enjoyable when the high kicks in. This Afgan Kush Ryder has a long-lasting buzz that lasts for  long, it can provide you with a high that uplifts your lazy mood, gives you more time to focus on the thing that wanted to do. It can provide euphoric happiness that tingles right into your bones.

What are the medical benefits of Afgan Kush Ryder?

Afgan Kush Ryder’s ability to make you calm and relaxed is the best reason if you are having depression and stress. Muscle tension will also be decreased by this strain as it soothes pain from chronic pain from injuries, migraines, and headaches.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Afgan Kush Ryder?

Due to its high THC level, this strain will give you dryness of the throat as you smoke that goes more on the eyes and mouth. Hydrate yourself if needed to reduce the incoming problem. This cannabis can also cause dizziness and anxious as well.

How to Grow Afgan Kush Ryder?

Afgan Kush Ryder is just the lower version of the Afgan Kush Ryder, but given that this strain is an Afghan, it can withstand any factors, so all you need to focus on is how it will be enhanced. Use hydroponics to make sure you will have a higher yield. And if you are opting to maintain the taste of the Afgan Kush Ryder, you should try to cultivate this outside with the mulching process.

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