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Somehow, some way, Kush found a home. For at least the past couple thousand years, it has been the Hindu Kush mountain border region between modern day Afghanistan and Pakistan. These short, fast-flowering, and dark green bushes with oversized, fat-fingered leaves and swollen, resin-dripping buds are still the source of sticky green for the bulk of world’s hashish production – rivalled only by Morocco.

Think that’s a little far out? The possibility that sativa strains were introduced from parts unknown and through climatic and environmental adaptation evolved into indica strains is another credible hypothesis. There are so many possibilities. Too many “unknown knowns” to factor.

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Afghan cannabis genetics are the rock solid, green foundation of Cannabis Cup Champions past, present, and future. The rugged, pure-indica landrace strains of Afghanistan are believed to be the first cannabis to be consumed by mankind. Exactly when and by whom are still something of a mystery and the subject of a contentious debate.

In 8-10 weeks of bloom, ICE will be fully blanketed in trichomes and ready for harvest. Indoor growers are advised to SOG and defoliate some shade fan leaves for max yield. Plants rarely stretch above 1m tall, so pack ’em in. She is thirsty for nutrients and tolerant of high doses. Treat her right and up 450g/m² of iced-out buds can be yours. Simply irresistible to lovers of cannabis concentrates.

Spicy, peppery, and piney notes will perfume the air and most definitely announce the presence of Critical. Odour control is a must. Her smooth, slightly sour flavour will keep you coming back for more. High humidity must be avoided at all costs in late bloom to prevent a mould strike to her pumped up flowers.

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Customer Reviews

While I plan on being an outdoor grower, I still starting them off indoors because it still sometimes drops to around 40 degrees at night here in NC and I want to ensure my plants get off to a good start.

For anybody trying this for the first time indoors, make sure you have the right lighting so that your plants start off right, otherwise you will learn like I did that improper lighting will cause the stems to grow quicker than the leaves and you will have to support and constantly monitor them so that they don’t do a nose dive on you.

I got the right lighting now and my plants are looking real good and healthy.

Since Afghan is an Indica thoroughbred, users get full-body coverage, creating one intense high. But, it’s not just a strain that puts you on the couch, it goes even deeper by acting as a potent sleep aid. Because of its ability to help with sleep, those with insomnia love and rely on Afghan for these specific effects. Besides insomnia, this strain works to lower stress, pain, and depression. It gets the body into a state of relaxed euphoria while quieting the mind.

Afghan has a sensational appearance. The fat, dense buds are covered in hairs and a mind-blowing number of frosty trichomes. Its heavy resin production is the reason it creates a deep and heavy stone. This strain is divinely aromatic with sweet, earthy notes. It’s impossible not to smile with joy when inhaling this perfect plant specimen.

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This plant produces excellent yields and has a high resistance to molds and pests. It’s a tough strain because it had to adapt to the harsh conditions of the Afghan mountains. The ease of cultivating this plan is a huge perk for those who don’t have a lot of growing experience. It grows equally well outdoors and indoors. Because of its Indica genetics, the plants don’t get very tall and they tend to stay busy and compact. The average flowering time is somewhere between 8 and 10 weeks. Harvest usually occurs around late September, and yields come in at 450 to 600 grams per M2.

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As one of the best Indica strains on the planet, Afghan makes loyal fans of all who smoke it. One of the reasons this plant promotes calming properties in the body and mind is due to its Myrcene content. This terpene is also what gives Afghan a sweet flavour and taste. The body buzz is reminiscent of still waters, while the heady effects are blissful and euphoric.