50 ounces/square meters
Just as the name, this hybrid has its origin from somewhere in Africa, however, the exact location in Africa remains unknown. Many cannabis lovers stick to this hybrid strain because of its low sedation effect. The Africa strain has nugs having goldish and mossy green colours with perfect aromas of earthy and tart pine.
This marijuana is one of the few strains with great medicinal potent. First bred in the united states of America by PlantMaster seeds, this weed has curly leaves if properly cured with sticky, thick and resinous buds having white trichomes.
What are the Flavor and Effects of African?
With its earthy, sweet, nutty, and blueberry flavours, this hybrid will present you with fewer sedative effects which will always make it delightful for consumption. Expect euphoric, uplifting and relaxing effect after taking in this marijuana. If you are struggling with any mood-related or bodily related illness, this cannabis will offer the energy to get over it.
What are the Medical Benefits of African?
The African hybrid strain is very medicinal when it comes to the treatment of mood sicknesses like anxiety, bipolar, depression, and stress. For people who always complain of being tired and weak often, this strain is for them. Also very effective in the management of chemotherapy-related disorders such as nausea and vomiting.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from African
Don’t be carried away by this hybrids lesser sedative effects, as an increased dose might lead to the following illness on you; dizziness, and dry mouth. Consuming this weed for a long time will cause also the following to; dry-itchy eyes, headache, and sleeplessness.
How to Grow African?
It is recommended to daily check this plant strain to make sure that there is no attack of pests. When planting this cannabis, ensure that there is enough inlet of lighting to enable proper germination, growth and best yield of the strain. don’t be scared away by the difficult growing method of this strain, as it’s flowing and possibly harvesting period starts from 7 to 9 weeks after growing it.