Afghanica creates an exotic, euphoric sensation that blends citrus, musk, and woodsy pine aromas. To match the smell and taste, Afghanica grows into an absurd man-sized plant that looks like a pine tree. Its broad leaves are so thick that the tea-smelling nugs spread out into a kind of canopy. The plant gives off power, reflecting its ability to relax you. Under the impressive formation though, Afghanica has some hidden difficulties for novice users.
Thankfully, as a grower, Afghanica is easier on your novice skills than it is as a user. Anyone can grow Afghanica so long as they prepare their garden for its outrageous foliage spread. Outdoors or in, Afghanica thrives in warm and cool climates. Advanced growers suggest using hydroponics to get the most from their veritable Christmas trees of Afghanica growths. It flowers in 7 weeks or less, producing 21 oz of usable cannabis per square meter.
The Afghanica aroma skunks up your room in a haze layered with pine, citrus, hash, and musky tones. Its origins from parents Afghani #1 and OG Skunk give it both the unique flavor mix and stocky, lush crop of foliage. Altogether, you’ll be reminded of herbal tea with a spicy aftertaste. This skunky cocktail gives you a sense of happy calm as you prepare to sleep in a room that now smells faintly like the outdoors.
Afghanica works best when you’re ready to relax and stop worrying about life. Evenings blend well with an Afghanica high as you simulate the great outdoors in your living room in a haze of hash and woody tea. The best use of the strain is for people who have nausea that prevents them from eating normally. Afghanica will have you munching in no time with an easy stomach and a blurred head full of sleepy rain.
The next best use of Afghanica is for arthritis sufferers. For stiff, inflamed joints, this strain can offer relief not only for inflammation but for the various pains that escalate from your arthritis in your muscles and joints. Though Afghanica doesn’t sedate you, it can make you relaxed and sleepy enough to treat mild insomnia cases. Its 20% THC average doesn’t lead the industry, but it’s more than enough for novice users to find a sense of sleepy euphoria.
Since you won’t be feeling in a productive mood on Afghanica, you’ll be in for a slow evening. Make sure you keep your snacks close by as you sink into your favorite chair, vicariously exploring the piney outdoors on an Afghanica high. The complex mix of hash, tea, musk, and even citrus flavors offers complex sensations for an essential, simple feeling of calm. The fact that it’s simple to grow only adds to the charm. The flavor takes it over the edge.