Afghan Kush

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RATING: 7.8

TYPE: Indica

THC: up to 15%

APPEARANCE: Light and darker color green with thick orange hairs

SMELL:  Not the greatest smell mango mixed with a musty basement

BEST FOR TREATING:  Insomnia, Anxiety, Pain, Appetite, Depression and Migraines

CREATED FEELINGS:  Good for night time, energetic at first then mellow and relaxing

DURATION: Varies by quality but usually 2 hours

SIMILAR STRAIN: Afghani

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Buy Afghan Kush

Buy Afghan Kush is a popular marijuana strain with a THC level up to 15%. Afghan Kush tastes very medicinal and has dramatic effects on pain relief. Narcotic feeling in nature Afghan Kush is popular for patients looking to relieve pain, stress, insomnia and nausea.

Afghan Kush, also known as “Afghan OG,” is another indica strain which was brought from ‘Hindu Kush’ mountain range. This is classified as easy-to-grow marijuana strain and is known for its stereotypical body effects that are typical to indica strains. These effects will last up to 2 to 3 hours. Traditionally, this particular strain will be harvested for giving out higher counts of hashish. The plant will be sturdy with light colored nugs and resinous trichomes. The buds are covered with numerous red or dark orange colored hairs. While the THC levels of Afghan Kush strain are found to be 21.6% (of all cannabinoids), the CBD levels are also high and has good medicinal values. The aroma of this medical marijuana strain will be like a mango orange farm with a pinch of funky odor. The taste of this strain is not at all harsh. This will have a bland and fruity taste. This strain is known to affect the user’s body more than his/her mind which would lead to a feeling of laziness/sleepiness. Due to these effects, this is most often used by insomnia patients as a bed-time medication. This is also good for stress, anxiety, anorexia and chronic pain.

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Quantity

1 Gram, 1 Ounce, 1/2 LBS, 1 LBS

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