AK-47

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RATING: 8.7

TYPE: Hybrid

THC: Around 20%

GENETICS: (Thai x Afghani) x (Colombian x Mexican)

APPEARANCE: AK-47 has dense nugs that shimmer with pristine trichomes and orange hairs.

SMELL: It smells sweet, citrusy with a hint of skunk.

BEST FOR TREATING: Pain, stress and depression.

CREATED FEELINGS: Mellow high that is relaxing and long lasting.

DURATION: Around 2 hours

SIMILAR STRAINS: Afwreck, Purple Diesel and Skunk #1

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Description

AK-47, unlike Russia’s most popular assault rifle, will leave you with a euphoric mellow buzz. This popular high quality hybrid strain is as “kind” as they come. A cross between a Thai and Afghani plant and a Columbian and Mexican Plant. AK-47 is known for its high potency and is considered by some to be a “one hit wonder.” This marijuana strain has compact buds with pristine crystals that shine in the light. The aroma produced is citrusy and tart, yet enjoyable. It is great for pain relief, mood enhancement and stress relief.

Don’t let its intense name fool you: AK-47 will leave you relaxed and mellow. This sativa-dominant hybrid delivers a steady and long-lasting cerebral buzz that keeps you mentally alert and engaged in creative or social activities. AK-47 mixes Colombian, Mexican, Thai, and Afghani varieties, bringing together a complex blend of flavors and effects. While AK-47’s scent is sour and earthy, its sweet floral notes can only be fully realized in the taste.

Created in 1992 by Serious Seeds, AK-47 has won numerous Cannabis Cup awards around the world for its soaring THC content. For those hoping to fill their gardens with this resinous, skunky hybrid, growers recommend an indoor environment with either soil or hydroponic setups. AK-47 is easy to grow and has a short indoor flowering time of just 53 to 63 days, while outdoor plants typically finish toward the end of October.

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Quantity

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

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