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Afghan Skunk

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In the 60’s and 70’s Afghan hash was the best hash in the world, and widely used in Afghan tea houses. The hash was very sticky, dark brown and had a pure honey-sweet flavour. It was a real Indica and the high it gave made you feel like you were in a dream paradise. In the 70’s it was crossed with a Latin American Skunk, which had more Sativa characteristics.
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Seed Type Feminized
Sativa (%) 70
Indica (%) 30
Grow Time (weeks) 8
Type Indoor & Outdoor
Difficulty Medium
Yield High
Height Medium
Effect Euphoric, Hungry, Lazy
Medical Effect Anxiety, Lack of appetite, Stress
Origin & Popularity In the 60’s and 70’s Afghan hash was the best hash in the world, and widely used in Afghan tea houses. The hash was very sticky, dark brown and had a pure honey-sweet flavour. It was a real Indica and the high it gave made you feel like you were in a dream paradise. In the 70’s it was crossed with a Latin American Skunk, which had more Sativa characteristics. Afghan Skunk consists of 70% Indica and 30% Sativa. The Afghan Skunk is a cannabis strain which is becoming increasingly popular. I can easily understand this, because the high harvest surpasses my expectations again and again. Afghan Skunk is also excellent for medical purposes
Production Afghan Skunk is interesting for both beginners and more experienced growers. The seeds are suitable for all methods of cultivation, so indoors and outdoors. The plant can withstand cold and rain. Wherever I grow Afghan Skunk, its excellent aroma is never compromised. The plant does not become very big, but (especially when I grow my Afghan Skunk outdoors) the yield is quite high. A cold climate turns the tops a beautiful purple/red colour, so they will already provide enjoyment during the flowering period. I definitely recommend that novice growers give growing Afghan Skunk a try because the plant is strong and robust and therefore not prone to diseases or fungi. The plants complete their flowering period after 9 to 11 weeks, sometimes even after 8 weeks already.
Character & Flavour The Afghan Skunk combination is full of fruity undertones with the flavour of berries that provide, along with the male Afghan Haze, a crisp, sweet, heavy and recognisable scent and flavour. Just smelling the plant makes me want to smoke Afghan Skunk. Afghan Skunk gives a strong spiritual high. The seeds are perfectly balanced with both euphoric Sativa highs and relaxed Indica tones. I smoke Afghan Skunk when I feel like relaxing. It makes you lazy and hungry, but also cheerful. In the medical field Afghan Skunk helps relieve stress, lack of appetite and anxiety
Features Strong plant that is cold resistant Recognisable heavy smell and flavour Beautiful colours in a cold climate
Suzy's Tip A strong plant for outdoor cultivation that does very well in a cold climate.
Harvest Month October