African Gold

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Overview
Seed Type
Sativa
THC Content
10% - 20% 
Flavors
Pungent, herbal, pepper
Flowering Period
11 weeks 
Climate
Warm
Yield
312 grams per square meter 
Height
Tall
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
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Strain Information

African Gold cannabis strain is a Malawi Gold variant of 100% Sativa African landrace. It is a successful yielder and is best developed indoors and greenhouses, except in warmer climates. This strain has a pungent, herbal, and peppery taste. The strain of African Gold marijuana is perfect for everyday use.

What are the flavors and effects of African Gold?

The flavors of African Gold are pungent, herbal, and pepper. The strain of African Gold marijuana is imaginative, cheerful, euphoric, enthusiastic, and sociable. Because of its social effects, this is a perfect strain to smoke at a party.

What are the Medical Benefits of African Gold?

A strain of medicinal cannabis may play an important role in improving mood disorder clients. Helping those suffering from anxiety, stress, PTSD, and depression is a prescribed pain reliever. Often known for relieving chronic fatigue and chronic pain is African Gold. The antimicrobial properties can also help relieve symptoms of stress or migraines. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from African Gold

Like so many other strains of cannabis, African Gold can trigger dryness in the mouth and eyes of consumers. In some cases, this stress may have adverse effects on users, resulting in feelings of loneliness or paranoia.

How to Grow African Gold?

While it is a pure sativa, in optimal conditions, it has a fast vegetative stage, and we would suggest growth for only 2-3 weeks before turning to flower to reduce its height. It takes 11 weeks for African Gold to bloom, during which its usual long branches start to develop. It’s a decent yielder and is suggested as best indoors and in greenhouses, unless you’re with no frost chance until December. Any sativa enthusiasts will appreciate our African strain’s buzzy and exciting influence.