Afwreck is a powerful Sativa dominant hybrid strain of cannabis. It is a cross between Afghani and Trainwreck. It provides users a pleasant, balanced euphoria with both Indica and Sativa effects blending seamlessly into an overall enjoyable experience. This plant hails from California and tests around 18% THC.
Afwreck carries a minty, earthy aroma with a slight hint of lavender. The flavor is quite sweet, with a smooth smoke leaving users feeling the immediate effects of the plant's potent, head-centered high that eventually gives way to a strong body buzz, the two feelings supplementing each other rather nicely. This thought-provoking euphoria can prove itself quite enjoyable, leaving users feeling energetic with a creative head buzz. The Sativa effects are great to keep you plowing through the day while the Indica provides a nice balance with pain-relieving effects to ease your aches and pains without leaving you couch locked or anti-social. All in all, a great choice for a wake and bake. Lovers can find solace in the fact this strain may leave them feeling aroused, and artists and musicians will certainly enjoy the boost of creativity and inspiration it provides.
Afwreck has various medical applications. Those suffering anxiety and high levels of stress can use Afwreck to alleviate these unwanted feelings. Afwreck can also be used to treat symptoms of Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS). Afwreck is also recommended for those with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Afwreck can also prove as a quick deterrent of migraines, should users manage a quick toke at the onset of the painful headache. Those suffering from Fibromyalgia will also find Afwreck a suitable choice to medicate with.
Afwreck generally flowers at 9 to 10 weeks indoors, but has been known to flower as fast as 6 to 8 indoors. Outdoors harvest time of Afwreck arrives in mid-October. The plants tend to grow medium to tall in height, so much so that topping and super cropping are advisable practices whilst growing this strain. Some growers support the branches of their Afwreck plants as well, to prevent excessive bud weight from bending or breaking them.
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