Big Afghan Skunk

Big Afghan Skunk

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
16%
Yield
500-550gram square meter.
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Strain Information

This strain has a terpene feature that blends with its pungent and complex aromas and has curly leaves if cure properly with whitish trichomes. This strain has various phenotypes of which are Ghost OG and SFV OG. 

With its deep taproot and short sized stem features, growers of this strain need not worry about the summer/dry season. Originated from Mexico, this strain was created by cross-breeding a White Widow, Kush, NYC Diesel, with Permafrost Amsterdam. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of the Big Afghan Skunk strain?

A good bodily and mood-related illnesses improver, this cannabis will help you stay strong all with enough strength and its soothing and relaxing effects will leave you sleeping like a baby all day without worries. 

This strain enhances concentration and energizes you to get any task presented to you do. Other effects this cannabis strain will offer you are a happy, euphoric, and uplifting effect. It has pine, berry, fruity and citrus flavours.

What are the Medical Benefits of the Big Afghan Skunk strain?

Patients with sleeping problems like insomnia, eating disorders, migraine, ache and mild to severe pain will find this strain helpful. This weed has great medical potency in the treatment of mood illnesses like bipolar, anxiety, depression and chronic stress. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Big Afghan Skunk strain

This cannabis can cause dizziness, nausea, restlessness, fever, high blood, developing paranoia, and dry mouth. 

How to Grow Big Afghan Skunk strain? 

It grows very fast, but don’t forget that its planting method will present you with difficulty. Flowering and Harvesting starts from 7 to 9 weeks of initial planting and when the soil is not fertile enough to give great yield, fertilizer may be applied to enhance the soil for best yield. 

Watering should be done at least thrice a week to make sure that the soil is not too hard. 

For optimal growth of this strain, good lighting and normal to average humidity are recommended.