Afgan Kush

Afgan Kush Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
7 - 9 weeks
Mediterranean Climate
Growing Difficulty
Medium to Tall
Herbal, Pine, Spicy, Sweet and Woody

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Afgan Kush Marijuana Seeds Information

The Afgan Kush, also go by the name Afghan OG, is one of the strains coming from the Hindu Kush mountain range. If you are searching for a heavy effect that can make you be more relaxed, then this is your strain.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Afgan Kush?

Enjoy the woody sweet herbal spicy and sweet flavor of this strain. Afghan Kush marijuana produces a very powerful and strong body buzz and head as well making you feel more euphoric, very happy but relaxed. This cannabis has an effect that can give higher uplifting that pushes more on focusing state but not lethargic. As the high tones down, you will be a little bit sleepy but not locking you into the couch, just very well relaxed.

What are the medical benefits of Afgan Kush?

Afgan Kush is most sought for its beneficial effect on chronic pain, reducing depression, insomnia, and loss of appetite. Severe cases of migraines can also be lowered, aside from that, PTSD, stress and woman, PMS.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Afgan Kush?

When you consumed the Afgan Kush way too much without control, this can definitely give you dizziness and a high anxiety level. There will also be a moderate to severe case of drying of eyes and mouth that sometimes affects veins resulting in its puffiness.

How to Grow Afgan Kush?

The Afgan Kush can be very easy to grow for those with experience; however, this can be easier if you try it yourself outdoor first for you to check if how should you enhance the garden by using methods and techniques. Pruning and trimming are both beneficial to ensure that stalks will be exposed to sunlight and air, to prevent mold from attacking your plants. It can also ensure that all nutrients will be evenly distributed after removing all the dead branches and leaves.

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