Auto Bamiyan Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
16.5 %
THC Level
CBD Level
3 - 6(Oz/Ft)²
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
8 – 9 weeks
Warm and slightly dry environment
Growing Difficulty
grape and berry

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Auto Bamiyan Marijuana Seeds Information

Bred in the Netherlands in the middle 1990s by Passion Dutch and was created by cross-breeding of wreck Lemon Wreck with Cinderella 99, which will produce Auto Bamiyan. 

 This strain has an Afghani descent and was first bred by Happy-Days Farms.

This hybrid strain also has different variations of 100% skunk family, and Its buds have hues of orange hairs with green underneath it. this strain has a sour diesel aroma and will produce curly leaves when it flowers are cured.

 What are the Flavor and Effects of the Auto Bamiyan?

This strain has grape and berry flavours. It also has a euphoric, uplifting, relaxing, energizing, happy, and soothing effect, and it is very helpful in enhancing concentration for greater daily productivity. Expect heavy effect of sedation after a large dose of this powerful cannabis.

 What are the Medical Benefits of the Auto Bamiyan?

This strain is used by people who suffer from depression and stress. It is very effective in the management of chronic pain and anxiety. People suffering from aches, migraine, low sperm count and low sexual drive will love this cannabis.

 Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Auto Bamiyan

This hybrid will have the following negative effect on you if abused; insomnia, dry-itchy eyes, headache, dry mouth, sleeplessness, paranoia, and dizziness. 

 How to Grow Auto Bamiyan? 

To get the best growth and yield of this strain, the indoor method of cultivation is used. For optimal growth of Auto Bamiyan strain, good lighting and normal to average humidity and normal soil pH-level are required. Watering should be done at least thrice a week to ensure that the soil is not too dry. Fertilizer may be applied to enhance the maximum yield of this strain. Expect a large yield from 8 to weeks after planting.


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