Its high creates extremely powerful effects on the body, causing the consumer to feel lazy and/or sleepy. It’s recommended for nighttime use, being effective in relieving aches and pains while inducing a euphoric sensation. Many reviewers say its hard to move after ingestion, as well as giving them the munchies. Those experiencing insomnia give this strain a high rating for its sedative effects.
Mild cases of dizziness and paranoia have been known to accompany this strain as negative side-effects, but only if consumed improperly. If too much is consumed at once, headaches may occur a few hours after the high wears off. Even if an inexperienced grower produces low yields, the potency of the buds will make up for lost accumulation. by Bonza · Published November 7, 2017 · Updated January 29, 2020. Generation after generation of strains, and still, the pure landrace strains remain among the best in the world. Granted that there are different pure breeds in many parts of the world, it seems that none can match the Mazari Sharif region near the Amu Darya River. Here in this harsh climate, cannabis plants grow wild and free. As nature would have it, the marijuana plants in the mountain range of Afghanistan near the border with Pakistan may have bred naturally for centuries.
Hence, it is likely that our featured strain can trace its lineage to the pure Afghani Indica. The chances are high, too, that it is a result of countless backcrossing between the native breed. Fortunately for the growers, White Label Seeds Company made the seeds of Afghan Kush available. No doubt that has contributed significantly to its propagation and ever-increasing popularity not only in Amsterdam where the seed bank is located, but also worldwide. Afghan Kush Strain Quick Facts Genetic Lineage Afghani Indica Sativa / Indica Ratio 0% / 100% THC % 21% CBD % 6% to 7.4% Climate Cool to warm climate Flowering Period 7 to 8 weeks / Late September to early October Average Yield 450 g/m2 / 500 to 600 g/plant. Enjoy the reinvigorating earthy freshness and rejuvenating scent of the forest with the Afghan Kush. The pungent aroma it emits is reminiscent of being in a flower field on the edge of the wood. A sweet and spicy note accompanying its fragrance makes it all the more irresistible. Smooth and easy on the lungs, much of its aroma carries over to its smoke. Accentuating the floral flavors is a mild herbal note. Afghan Kush Odor and Flavors – Image powered by Cdn.allbud.com. First of all, Afghan Kush is a very potent cannabis. With an insane 21% THC, it should never be underestimated. Even with moderate use, it can prove to be quite overwhelming. Being almost 100% Indica, much of the psychoactive is on the physical side. Still, the numbing body buzz it generates is too intense that many users are likely to have a foggy mind. In other words, the Afghan Kush can leave users heavily stoned. After all, It is in that dreamy state that there is nothing else but bliss. Often used at the end of a long and tiring day when there is nothing else to do, it is possible that users find themselves giggly at the onset. Nevertheless, the sheer raw power of Afghan Kush soon takes over and induce a complete state of relaxation. At this point, it is not likely that users will even be willing to get off the couch.
Also, if one were to feel hungry, the chances are high that most people will end up sleeping. Afghan Kush Effects – Image powered by Sensiseeds.com.
Some common reactions associated with using cannabis include having a cottonmouth sensation alongside with dry eyes. But because of the intense body buzz, it may cause some people to feel dizzy. Users may want to be cautious if an individual is predisposed to anxieties and paranoia. At the height of the ebbing physical high, a few people may feel more anxious or even paranoid. These are mostly temporary and should not cause any harm, though.