Afghani Peshawar

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Overview
Seed Type
Sativa
THC Content
13% to 17%
Flavors
Sweet
Flowering Period
10 to 12 weeks 
Climate
Warm and Temperate weather
Yield
670 to 800 grams per square meter
Height
2.5 meters
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
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Strain Information

As its name suggests, Afghani Peshawar comes from the valley of Peshawar, Afghanistan. It is brought to the market from the middle east by Holy Smokes Seeds. It is a pure breed of Sativa with tall and dense branches. It is known to have a distinctly sweet flavor and is ideal for night time use.

It is also known for its compact and heavy nuggets that will shoot you to the stars as it kicks.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Afghani Peshawar?

Afghani Peshawar is known to have a sweet, distinct flavor that is very charming, but potent THC content lurks in its nuggets. Its THC level is between 13 to 17% with Sativa high; it means that this strain stimulates your brain into a psychoactive high. It provides euphoric effects that are ideal for night time relaxation.

What are the Medical Benefits of Afghani Peshawar?

Afghani Peshawar, being a pure breed Sativa, has its medicinal functions that are good for the mind. It provides relief to users who are experiencing stress, depression, fatigue, and even bipolar disorders. It can also be an aid to users who are having sleeping problems.

Negative Effects you can expect from Afghani Peshawar?

Cannabis strain, like Afghani Peshawar, is not excluded in giving potential adverse reactions to its users that may include dry mouth, dry eyes, and headache. It can also induce paranoia to heavy users.

How to Grow Afghani Peshawar?

Afghani Peshawar is a tall plant that has sturdy stem and branches. It is a manageable strain to grow because growers don’t have to support its branches. The only thing that requires additional attention is pruning or topping its branches to make sure that yield is optimal.