Afghan Abusive

Afghan Abusive Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
14% to 32%
Yield
340 grams per square meter
Type
Indica
Flowering Period
8 - 9 weeks
Climate
Warm Climate
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
Tall
Flavors
Sweet, spicy, herbal, tea, pine, lemon

Where To Buy Afghan Abusive Marijuana Seeds

Afghan Abusive Marijuana Seeds Information

Afghan Abusive is a variety mostly indica from Rare Dankness and can be grown indoors (where the plants require 64 days of flowering) and outdoors. The Afghan Abusive of Rare Dankness is not available as feminized seeds. Abusive OG is being beefed up, and the stretch is being somewhat tamed.

What are the flavors and effects of Afghan Abusive?

The flavors of Afghan Abusive are sweet, spicy, herbal, tea, pine, and lemon. Often these effects last for at least a few hours. Even with a more consistent figure of 17% to 18% THC, it is more than powerful enough to make most consumers feel lazy. There is a high likelihood of not choosing to move anywhere at the same time. Finally, sleepiness follows before the effects finally leave the body.

What are the medical benefits of Afghan Abusive?

Afghan Abusive is a body buzz master. It also includes some stimulatory effects that will benefit the diseases of patients. It is searched for its pain-relieving properties for this purpose. At the same time, it also helps to reduce stress levels by promoting stimulation of the body.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Afghan Abusive

If one was to use too much, it comes with the usual dry mouth and eyes. When using cannabis and using a little bit too much, that’s the price to be paid. Remember that even when used in combination, these signs may be present. As such, drinking plenty of water is also the best way to handle it or avoid feeling it.

How to Grow Afghan Abusive?

This is a lovely thing about its dense green buds in the forest enclosed by a fine layer of crystals and orange hair. When exposed to lower temperatures, some blue and lavender hues may occur on its leaves around the time of flowering or just before.

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