Orange Afghani

Orange Afghani Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
18 to 19%
Yield
Average
Type
Indica
Flowering Period
49 to 70 days
Climate
Warm Climate
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
Medium
Flavors
Citrus, Herbal, Sour, Sweet, and Tangy

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Orange Afghani Marijuana Seeds Information

A creation of Bedford Grow, Orange Afghani is a cross between female Orange Ghost, Lashkar Gah, and White ‘91 male strain. It carries a very orange and citrusy aroma with a floral overtone that’s mellow and sweet. The bud has small round pebble-shaped forest green nugs with fiery tangerine hairs and a dusting of tiny amber crystal trichomes.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Orange Afghani?

Orange Afghani is a delectable taste that’s perfect for any citrus lover, with flavors of fresh orange and sweet and sour herbs and spices in each toke.

Its pleasant cerebral high brings fills your mind with euphoria and happiness. At the same time, a body high will make you fall into a relaxing buzzy state, leaving you sleepy and utterly sedated. A severe feeling of hunger will hit you as well. Highly sedative, it is the perfect nighttime marijuana.

What are the Medical Benefits of Orange Afghani?

Indica leaning, Orange Afghani is a pain-reliever, appetite booster, and muscle relaxant. It is greatly beneficial to those people who suffer from anxiety, chronic pain, Crohn’s disease, insomnia, and nausea.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Orange Afghani.

Dry mouth and dry itchy eyes are side effects manifested from using Orange Afghani. Cannabis-induced dehydration can be countered by drinking lots of water throughout the toke. To deal with the red eyes, you can use artificial eye drops.

You may experience greening out with this strain. Anxiety, dizzy spells and worse, paranoia may occur in rare cases. This is temporary and normal for new tokers that have a low tolerance to the hash. To prevent this, go slow with the doses and take in moderation.

How to Grow Orange Afghani?

Orange Afghani survives both an indoor or outdoor setting. It is easy to propagate and prefers a warm climate outdoors.

If you want a better-flavored strain, you can stick to the traditional use of soil as your medium. Remember, choose high-quality organic soil for planting. Plant the seeds in a place large enough to accommodate your cannabis. Check the pH of the plant. Feed it with the proper nutrients as well.

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