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Strain Overview
Seed Type
THC Content
Fruity, sweet, blueberry, skunk, pepper, spicy
Flowering Period
8 - 10 weeks
340 grams per square meter 
Growing Difficulty
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Strain Information

AKtombe cannabis strain by Venus Genetics is an Indica-dominant crossbreed with 18% THC. It is gainful and tough, developing admirably inside and outside, in any event, for novice growers. Bud smell of citrus skunk, hearty incense, and new pine needles. This strain can treat pressure and mellow despondency. AKtombe cannabis strain is best for evening usage. 

What are the flavors and effects of AKF2?

The flavors of AKF2 are fruity, sweet, blueberry, skunk, pepper, and spicy. A change in conduct is promptly perceptible once the effects settle. As dispositions are inspired and improved, users grin more extensive, more splendid, and all the more real as well. Contrasted with one’s past manner, unmistakably, there is an innate sense of carefree happiness that waits.

What are the Medical Benefits of AKF2?

Its stimulating buzz likewise stimulates the body, including the stomach and one’s craving. Thus, it is a wellspring of solace for patients managing dietary issues, for example, anorexia or cachexia. It urges users to eat healthily, particularly in the wake of alleviating any issues that may cause turbulence in the stomach. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from AKF2

Red eyes and a cottonmouth are two of the typical responses of smoking marijuana. It contains cannabinoids that meddle with dampness generation in the body. Most experienced users disregard the dry because of its gentleness; however, learners who experience discomfort may down a couple of glasses of water for the day. It can now and then be joined by unsteadiness and a transitory migraine because of overconsumption. 

How to Grow AKF2?

Both the Sea and Screen of Green technique work best with AKF2. It has a moderately tall frame with a smaller structure. Growers may introduce a screen over the covering and mesh the branches into the net while it is as yet progressing to the blooming stage or unites the plants in a solitary square meter.