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Sweet Afghan Thai Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Flowering Period
8 to 9 weeks
Indoors, Outdoors
Growing Difficulty
Sweet, Kush

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Sweet Afghan Thai Marijuana Seeds Information

The Sweet Afghani Thai comes from a very Sativa strain Flo which was crossbred to Afghan Ghost. It inherited is high-quality Sativa traits and have produced many outstanding effects.

This strain grows even in a greenhouse and is ideal for outdoor growing. It produces medium to high amounts of resinous flowers. It is coated with dense and thick trichomes. It is resistant to humid temperatures, and its stem is firm and sturdy.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sweet Afghani Thai?

This strain put off a very nice aroma of kush and sweetness, which also reflects in its taste. Its flavors add up to the uplifting high it delivers. You can feel happiness every time you puff its smoke and clears your head.

What are the Medical Effects of Sweet Afghani Thai?

Some of the cannabis users, use this strain to treat their aching body. It is very effective when it comes to killing body pains such as back pain, severe migraine, muscle spasms, and inflammation. It is also proven to cure PTSD and social anxiety.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Sweet Afghani Thai?

The negative effects occur during and after you smoke this strain. It can leave a hangover due to its strong sedation effect. You can expect to be dizzy, aggressive in behavior, moody, and paranoid. It also makes your mouth dry and lips.

How to Grow Sweet Afghani Thai?

The Sweet Afghani Thai is known to grow more in an outdoors or greenhouse set up. However, it can still grow indoors, but the result varies. It needs a more natural light that comes from a daylight sun. Also, it requires more nutrients. You may need to provide at least magnesium, iron or nitrogen to be able for the plant to grow well. You can use fertilizers but choose the less chemical ones to avoid harming its growth.



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