THC: 16% CBD: <1% After Work

Taste & Smell


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About this Hybrid Strain

Afpac (Afpak) is an indica-dominant hybrid cannabis strain boasting light green flowers with violet-to- deep-blue fan leaves. It smells faintly of orange peels and dessert spices mixed with pine-laden soil.

Despite its alluring scent, it burns with a light, subtle flavor. Lab results return THC values of 16% and CBD at 0.25%.

Smoking Afpac generally leads to a light but half-lidded high. The mellow indica effects may start in the head then melt out into the rest of the body, releasing tension and relieving stress. Afpac is recommended for reducing undesired mental states, such as depression, anxiety, or moodiness. Sliding into a peaceful, undisturbed sleep is certainly possible with Afpac. It’s also excellent for triggering the munchies.

For some users, the appetite-stimulating effect of Afpac may be a bit overwhelming. Users on a diet should take it easy with this strain, and may want to eat a small meal before smoking.

Lab Data

Cannabinoid Lab Data
Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 16%
CBD: <1%


Afpac is the lovechild of Afghani and Pakistani Landraces (hence the name “Afpak”). Because of its
genetics, its characteristics should be fairly consistent, regardless of where it was grown.

Genetic Lineage

Afpac - Hybrid Cannabis Strain
Hybrid Afpac
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Indica Afghani
Afghani Origin

Frequently Asked Questions About Afpac

What is Afpac?

Afpac is an Indica dominant cannabis strain that is enjoyed for its mellow and relaxing body buzz.

Where does Afpac come from?

Afpac is a combination of Afghani and Pakistani Landrace strains.

What does Afpac smell like?

Breaking apart the buds of Apac will release a fruity and sweet aroma laced with notes of pine and soil.

What does Afpac taste like?

The subtle taste of Afpac is earthy and piney.

What colors does Afpac have?

Afpac produces light green flowers with violet-to-deep-blue hues.

What effects does Afpac have?

Many users reported the effects of Afpac starts in the head then melt out into the rest of the body, releasing tension and relieving stress.

Is Afpac an Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid?

Afpac is an Indica dominant hybrid.