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Dutch Passions Mazar is a cupwinning variety and won 2 awards between 1999 and 2002! Mazar Strain [Origins, Potency, Benefits] There are some marijuana strains that hold a sort of legendary status – some strains that, when you hold it in your hand and know what it is, you feel the weight of its importance in the world. When you smoke it, other marijuana users far and wide smell its smoke and think to themselves “Lucky person; they’ve got something legendary.” Mazar is one of these coveted, incredibly desirable strains. Grown in the remote mountains of Afghanistan and sold far and wide across the world, this strain is not only important for its legendary status but because of its amazing effects and flavor. Let us take a look at the Mazar strain and discover just what it is that makes it so fantastic a strain. The Mazar strain of weed is a potent indica-leaning hybrid that can be traced back to Afghanistan, high up in the mountains in the northern region of the country. Bred from Skunk #1 and a landrace Afghani strain of unknown name, this strain was originally known as Afghan Skunk, until it was renamed Mazar in honor of the official growing center for cannabis in Afghanistan, which is called Maza-I-Shariff.
This strain is famous not only for its magical, intensely relaxing effects but also for its insanely high growing height. This strain produces a surprisingly intense; almost mind-destroying effect that can leave you reeling for days. On first smoking some Mazar, you can expect to feel an immediate rush of pleasant relaxation, almost like you have just taken a sip of some very high-quality whiskey; warmth flooding into your stomach, gentle lightheadedness and an overall endlessly joyful sensation will transcend your entire being. After a bit, you will begin to feel generally happy and rather pleasantly buzzed, almost like you have had a few beers, but not quite enough to be actually drunk. This morphs into a general euphoria, leaving you feeling incredibly happy and just generally contented with your existence. However, after experiencing this nice and gentle flow of happiness for a little while, the famous effects of this strain will start to kick in – that’s right, it isn’t over yet. Expect for Mazar to suddenly induce a potent immobilization and complete freezing of your mental functions. You will swiftly find yourself collapsing onto the nearest comfortable surface, but you won’t just instantly fall asleep, at least not at the start. Your mind will transcend, completely traversing the plains of time and space, swiftly making connections and easily creating whole worlds in itself. This is extremely telling of its sativa roots, as even though it only has about 20% sativa, it still provides that quickly moving rush of sativa-like intensity. After all, this has taken place, with lots of mind racing and general crazy sensations, this strain’s indica effects will take hold with regard to sleepiness. You will quickly find yourself falling asleep, unable to stay awake and seeking out your most comfortable pillow. With an extremely psychedelic, pleasant high, it is no wonder this strain is as famous as it is. Does it have as pleasant an aroma and flavor as its effects? The Mazar marijuana strain has a particularly interesting flavor profile considering its growing history. Instead of a similar flavor to Skunk #1, or that mysterious Afghanistan strain, it has a totally unique flavor profile. The initial smell is one of deeply peppery earth, along with a distinctly woody flavor once you get closer, making it smell like an Afghani forest in the cool sunlight. As you break open the buds, the smell deepens even further, offering up plenty of really excellent, intensely potent smells that leave you desperate to try its flavor. The pepperiness gets a lot more pronounced, along with the strangely intense earthiness that almost smells like actual dirt in front of you. The taste is extremely similar to its aroma – on first inhaling the smoke, you will be hit with that pleasant, slightly bitter tang of black pepper, along with smatterings of white pepper as well. It will tingle your tongue and give you an extremely pleasant spicy sensation, which is then undercut by an extremely smooth earthiness that almost reminds you of Scotch whiskey. As you begin to exhale, the woodiness emerges, offering up a vague taste of general hardwoods – more like oak and mahogany than pine. As it finally leaves you, it is the wood and the flavor of pepper that remains in your mouth, which is eerily cut by the vague impression of a slight quantity of citrus. Does the Mazar strain have a pleasing appearance as well as flavor and aroma?
This strain has a tendency to grow exceptionally tall and incredibly dense, so you can expect to find that the bud of the Mazar strain has a gently greenish tinge to its otherwise tightly packed cluster of leaves. Most Mazar bud you will find will be weighty and very noticeable, as well as being evidently bigger than any other buds it happens to be laying next to. There aren’t many interesting color patterns to this strain – instead, it has a very common, almost boring surface appearance, though it does have a significant quantity of white trichomes dotting the surface as well. Instead, this strain offers its wondrous abilities once it is broken up, ground and smoked, offering up its exquisite high and its extremely flavorful taste.
What about if you want to try and grow some yourself?