12 ounces/square meters
This powerful indica dominant hybrid was created by cross-breeding Afghan GSC with CowTrue OG. With origin from Washington, the United States of America and comes with a well-arranged dense, fat, and sticky nugs like which looks like that of how true and smelly nugs resembling that of CowTrue OG.
The curing of this marijuana will give curly leaves having aromas of skunk and earthy with hashish finishing. The buds of this strain will leave you with hues of mossy green, yellow and red hairs.
What are the Flavor and Effects of the Afghan Cow?
If you feeling weak and tired, a hit from this mind-blowing cannabis will leave you energized, uplifted, and relaxed while making sure that you away from any negative vibes. This weed will present you with diesel-like and berry flavour. Don’t be overwhelmed with soothing effects this strain offers, as an increased dose might lead to sedation.
What are the medical benefits of the Afghan Cow?
Expect great medicinal potent from this hybrid strain because of its Sativa origin which is very effective in the treatment of mood-related sicknesses like anxiety, chronic stress, seasonal and non-seasonal depression and bipolar.
It has great medicinal efficacy to cure sexually related illnesses like low sperm count and erectile dysfunction. Patients with chemotherapy-induced vomiting, nausea, the migraine will love this strain because of its great medicinal help.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Afghan Cow
When consumed in larger quantities, expect sleeplessness, high blood, anxiety, headache, dry-itchy eyes, dry mouth, and dizziness. Uncontrolled usage of this strain might lead to coma and paralysis.
How to Grow the Afghan Cow?
The flowering period of this strain starts from 7 weeks up to 9 weeks after which harvesting follows with expectations of great yield. Produces the best yield if grown indoors, it is recommended to allow good lighting, normal soil pH and watering daily which helps the strain to grow properly to give large yield. From time to time, monitoring of the hybrid plant is recommendable.