African Spirit

Strain ratings
Strain Overview
Seed Type
THC Content
18% - 21% 
Sweet, spicy, herbal, dank
Flowering Period
11 weeks 
Warm and temperate
397 grams per square meter 
Growing Difficulty
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Strain Information

African Spirit is a pure Sativa strain whose parents both came from Central Africa. It does have a long flowering cycle like a real Sativa, but after only 2 weeks of foliage, it can flower, so it takes less than 3 months to complete the entire process from plant growth to harvest. If you offer some room to African Sativa, its range will be extended, and you will be welcomed with its branches wide open.

What are the flavors and effects of African Spirit?

The flavors of African Spirit are sweet, spicy, herbal, and dank. African Spirit marijuana strain provides energizing and upbeat results that are nice to get started when you need a little extra energy. The weed first reaches you with a euphoric boost that raises your spirits and leaves you feeling upbeat and energetic.

What are the Medical Benefits of African Spirit?

The African Spirit’s cognitive and elevating effects make it a popular choice for medical marijuana to treat conditions such as chronic stress, insomnia, migraines or headaches, cramps, and chronic fatigue because it improves alertness and creativity.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from African Spirit

Often noted for its adverse side effects such as a rise in headaches and dry mouth, African Spirit can leave you with these side effects. It is quite ironic that headache medication can cause headache, but everything comes with a price, even in cannabis strains.

How to Grow African Spirit?

It is possible to grow African Spirit sativa effectively both indoors and outdoors. Having one or two of these babies in your growing room is a good option; they are the ideal choice to accomplish the space in the areas. In almost every temperate climate, outdoor African Spirit sativa performs very well.