What are the effects of Black Afghan feminized seeds?
As a near-pure indica, Black Afghan, which is also known as “Black Afghani,” is the perfect strain for relaxation. As the offspring of parent strain Black Domina and the 100-percent pure landrace strain of Afghan Kush, Black Afghan, which up until recently has only been available as a clone-only strain, is now available in feminized seed form via Pacific Seed Bank.
As is typical for an indica-heavy hybrid strain, Black Afghan’s potent effects take some minutes before fully hitting with their powerful psychedelic and relaxing effects. Despite being a near-pure indica, this strain first starts off with more cerebral effects that serve to uplift one’s mood and spirit to the point of inducing a more chatty and social state of mind before giving way to its dominant laid-back, and sleepy effects.
Black Afghan’s overwhelming body stone makes it the perfect strain for unwinding at the end of a long and stress-filled day when your only goal is to chill out with friends or to veg out doing a whole lot of nothing from the comfort of your abode as you contentedly drift about in its soothing floaty effects.
What are the therapeutic benefits of Black Afghan feminized seeds?
All of the properties that make the Black Afghan strain so popular amongst recreational users are also what give it is potential to significantly benefit medical marijuana users.
For those who are seeking an all-natural way to reduce various mental health issues, such as chronic stress, and other mood-related disorders, this indica’s blissfully uplifting effects may significantly serve to counter these symptoms.
Black Afghan’s easy-going, feel-good body high that provides potent body sensations of relief and tranquility are reported to provide much-needed relief to those dealing with inflammation, arthritis, lupus, nausea, loss of appetite, and cramps.
Finally, its strongly sedative effects are pretty much a surefire way to temporarily combat and vanquish insomnia.
What are Black Afghans’ smell and taste profiles like?
Black Afghan gives off a dank, incense-like aroma that is filled with notes of musk and rich, earthy spices. In addition, upon deeper inspection, those with keen olfactory senses are likely to pick up on its fruity aroma of sweetly tart berries. When broken up by hand or grinder, this indica-dominant strain also gives off a lovely and tempting spicy aroma.
In terms of Black Afghan’s taste, it has a complex flavor profile that provides users with the delicious taste of pepper along with the sweet and earthy taste of fruits and hash. When combusted, its smoke is both heavy and is likely to induce coughing and/or watery eyes.
How do I grow Black Afghan cannabis seeds?
Black Afghan plants are not the easiest to cultivate despite being pretty hardy due to their landrace genetics. As such, they require the skill of intermediate-level to expert growers to fully thrive. However, one bonus of ordering from Pacific Seed Bank is that we only sell feminized seeds, which means that the likelihood of ending up with all-female plants is approximately 90+%.
While this strain is suited for both outdoor and indoor cultivation, know that when it comes to outdoor cultivation its plants require a hot and humid climate in order to fully thrive.
What do Black Afghan cannabis plants look like?
As is typical for an indica, Black Afghan produces bushy, compact plants that usually grow to be about 3 feet tall. Black Afghan marijuana plants are known for producing nuggets that are more typical to what you’d find with a landrace Thai sativa in that they’re quite long and gangly, and give a more ragged appearance.
However, what really makes Black Afghan stand out from the crowd are its big, colorful flowers that have deep purple hues that give its buds a dark purple look with the faintest hints of green. All of which is eye-catching contrasted against its vivacious orange pistils and a generous coating of sticky white trichomes.
When to harvest your Black Afghan cannabis plants
When grown inside, Black Afghan plants provide cultivators with an above-average indoor yield of about 400+ grams per square meter after entering their flowering period in just 8-9 weeks.
Cultivated outside in the proper growing environment, Black Afghan plants should enter their flowering time in the autumn and usually provide a solid outdoor yield of approximately 400+ grams per plant.
Similar cannabis strains to Black Afghan
- Black Domina: this impressive indica that has a reputation for handing out stress relief in spades is one of Black Afghan’s parents
- Afghan Kush: this iconic pure indica landrace strain also claims Black Afghan as an offspring
- Euforia: this happiness- and energy-inducing award-winning hybrid is on the opposite end of the spectrum with 80% sativa and 20% indica