Afgani Skunk

Afgani Skunk Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
17%
Yield
400 - 500 G/M2 indoor and 900 G/Plant or more for outdoor
Type
Hybrid
Flowering Period
8 - 9 weeks
Climate
Warm and Mediterranean Climate
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
60cm to 100cm indoor and 300cm for outdoor
Flavors
Herbal Earthy and Skunk

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Afgani Skunk Marijuana Seeds Information

Afghan Skunk is a hybrid strain of cannabis with a hereditary combination that is divided between indica and sativa qualities. The marijuana was created via the crossbreeding parent strains called the Afghani and the famous and well-used parent, Skunk #1. This generative coupling has been produced in a plant that is the best illustration of skunk genes and one with a powerful THC content and high resin generation as well. This strain has a psychoactive effect when burnt, newbies who want to try must think first due to its unlikable effect.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Afgani Skunk?

Afghan Skunk has a soothing taste of earthiness and tea that leaves a potent flavor in the mouth. This strain is providing relaxing and calming soothing effects that make it more ideal for home use. IT is also is known for its impacts to experience emotions of happiness and putting them in an uplifting boosting mood.

What are the medical benefits of Afgani Skunk?

Afgani Skunk type of high also resembles the best option for medical patients, especially for circumstances of stress, dealing with nausea, relieving pain, and sleeping issues such as insomnia.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Afgani Skunk

Afgani Skunk has known to induce responses of dry mouth and eyes, aside from feeling queasy after.

How to Grow Afgani Skunk?

In the conventional knowledge of nurturing plants, the soil is the most significant way for the Afgani Skunk to receive the nutrients it requires to develop, together with the sun & of course, the water. When using hydroponics, options to nutrients are immediately supplied to plants rather than on the soil first going to the plants. Thus, this method is one of the easiest to manage your garden.

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