Lashkar Gah

Lashkar Gah Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
454 - 510 grams per square meter
Flowering Period
9 weeks
Warm, dry
Growing Difficulty
Earthy, Pungent, Sweet

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Lashkar Gah Marijuana Seeds Information

Lashkar Gah is an indica landrace strain named after its geographic birthplace in south Afghanistan. Like other Afghani indicas, Lashkar Gah is steady in its conveyance of amazing, quieting impacts that boosts rest and unwinding.

What are the flavors and effects of Lashkar Gah?

The flavors of Lashkar Gah are earthy, pungent, and sweet. Lashkar Gah will make you feel exceptionally loose to the point that you can’t move your head or limbs. This strain will be in charge. In any case, in spite of its total body unwinding impacts, your mind will feel euphoric and satisfied to the point that your stresses and questions have been totally overlooked. The user will soon fall asleep and might feel extremely hungry.

What are the Medical Benefits of Lashkar Gah?

Lashkar Gah has ground-breaking unwinding and pain-relieving effects, which means it can normally decrease agony and muscle issues. It will stop a sleeping disorder and will assist you with dozing off quicker. You will also have the option to help boost your appetite and decrease worry with this strain. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Lashkar Gah

You will experience the ill effects of dry mouth and dry eyes when you use Lashkar Gah. These impacts are exceptionally normal symptoms of most cannabis strains. You may also experience headaches, drowsiness, and wooziness, particularly when this is your first time to utilize this strain.

How to Grow Lashkar Gah?

Lashkar Gah can flourish inside or outside; however, most cultivators who have effectively developed this strain suggest open-air developing. You should grow it in cannabis-friendly soil and feed it natural plant nourishment. Water this day by day when the dirt is dry. Trim and train it early so you can improve light and air course along the lower portions of the plant and to improve yields.

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