Indica

Afghani

Nighttime

About this Indica Strain

The incredibly popular indica strain named Afghani first blossomed in Afghanistan within the Hindu Kush Mountains, making it a landrace strain. It bears a sweet, earthen aroma with hints of skunk and lemon while its taste can be a bit harsh, and may cause some consumers to cough if not careful. Despite this, Afghani’s effects are sought after by many, and its genetics have been used to create a large number of offspring, including the award-winning Blueberry and Northern Lights strains.

Consumers have reported feeling lethargic or sleepy after consuming this strain as strong relaxation spread from their head to their toes. While it failed to keep their mind focused, they experienced a contented spaciness that allowed their stress to dissipate. Some users have said they've successfully used Afghani in helping treat such things as insomnia, chronic pain, anxiety or symptoms of PTSD. THC levels often average in the low 20’s and CBD percentages remain below 1%.

You might recognize the buds of Afghani as they’re typically a pale to medium green, with contrasting burnt orange pistils and a thick coating of trichomes that lighten its tones and give it teal hues.

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Lab Data

Cannabinoid Lab Data
Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 14-17%

Lineage

Indica Afghani
Afghani Origin

Frequently Asked Questions About Afghani

What is Afghani?

Afghani is a landrace strain of Afghanistan that first sprouted in the Hindu Kush Mountains. It’s renowned amongst reviewers for its reputed sedating and pain-relieving effects. Afghani is also the parent strain of a multitude of indica varieties including award-winning Blueberry and Northern Lights.

What does Afghani mean?

This strain’s name directly stems from its original home where it first sprouted – Afghanistan.

Where does Afghani come from?

The Hindu Kush Mountain range that extends into Afghanistan, making Afghani a landrace strain.

What does Afghani smell like?

The scent of Afghani is quite distinct, being skunky, lemony, and like sweet soil.

What does Afghani taste like?

The taste of Afghani can be harsh, often being a tad skunky and of hash.

What does Afghani look like?

You might recognize the buds of Afghani as they’re typically a pale to medium green, with contrasting burnt orange pistils and a thick coating of trichomes that lighten its tones and give it teal hues.

What do Afghani's effects feel like?

Consumers have reported feeling lethargic or sleepy after consuming this strain as strong relaxation spread from their head to their toes. While it failed to keep their mind focused, they experienced a contented spaciness that allowed their stress to dissipate. Some users have said they've successfully used Afghani in helping treat their insomnia, chronic pain, anxiety or symptoms of PTSD.

What are the THC levels of Afghani?

THC levels of Afghani typically fall in the low 20 percentile range while CBD percentages average around .06%.


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