Hybrid

Mazar

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About this Hybrid Strain

Mazari Sharif is a city in Afghanistan near the Uzbekistan border that is home to a massive cannabis farm. The Mazar cannabis strain is believed to originate from this farm. It was made by crossing the Afghani landrace strain with the ever popular indica, Skunk #1.

Smoking the Mazar cannabis strain is quite a treat. Burning this strain brings out lemon-pepper flavors that complement the skunk and floral odors. The narcotic-like effect reported by reviewers sent them into a giggly state of semi-confused bliss. Not only did their mood improve remarkably, the power of this strain also made it hard to remember anything that was upsetting them.

This is an unusual indica-dominant hybrid in that it offered some users a numbing body buzz that wiped out chronic pain without experiencing couch-lock. This left the user with more than enough energy to still be productive. Don’t get me wrong, this strain was also reported being used at night to counter muscular tension and insomnia, but it won’t just put the user to sleep like some indicas.

Mazar THC levels routinely test around 20% with CBD levels just over 1%. Mazar’s dominant terpenes are alpha-pinene and caryophyllene, both known for their anti-inflammatory properties. Some cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy have found Mazar quite effective at bringing back appetite and countering nausea. It’s been used by reviewers at night to stimulate appetite before their last meal and to prepare them for a restful night’s sleep.

Mazar has won many cannabis awards including the 1999 High Times Cannabis Cup for Best Indica, the 2002 High Life Cup, the 2008 Tipo Forte Title, and the 2014 Soft Secrets Magazine “Plant of the Year” award.


Lineage

Mazar - Hybrid Cannabis Strain
Hybrid Mazar
Indica Afghani
Afghani Origin
Skunk #1 - Hybrid Cannabis Strain
Hybrid Skunk #1

Frequently Asked Questions About Mazar

What is Mazar?

Mazar an indica cannabis strain believed to originate in Mazari Sharif, a city near the Uzbekistan border with a huge cannabis farm. Reviewers report vast mood improvements upon consuming it.

What does Mazar mean?

Mazar is short for Mazari Sharif, a city in Afghanistan where this strain originated.

Where does Mazar come from?

Mazar comes a huge cannabis farm in Mazari Sharif, a city in Afghanistan near the Uzbekistan border.

What does Mazar smell like?

Mazar smells like a floral garden with hints of skunk and lemon citrus.

What does Mazar taste like?

Mazar tastes like fresh pine and flowers with a lemon pepper aftertaste.

What color does Mazar have?

The Mazar flower has fluffy lightbulb-shaped bright-green buds coated in a fuzzy but sticky coat of trichomes. Patches of long strands of orange pistils are evenly scattered throughout.

What effects does Mazar have?

This is an unusual indica in that it offered some users a numbing body buzz that wiped out chronic pain without experiencing couch-lock. This left the user with more than enough energy to still be productive. Don’t get me wrong, this strain was also reported being used at night to counter muscular tension and insomnia, but it won’t just put the user to sleep like some indicas. Some cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy have found Mazar quite effective at bringing back appetite and countering nausea. It’s been used by reviewers at night to stimulate appetite before their last meal and to prepare them for a restful night’s sleep.

Is Mazar an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?

Mazar is an indica-dominant hybrid, approximately 80% indica and 20% sativa.


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