The landrace indica cannabis strain named Lashkar Gah is named after its origins in south Afghanistan. Its buds are a deep green and shaped like hearts, covered with both amber pistils and a thick layer of sparkling trichomes. Its scent is skunky, spicy, and of fresh soil – tasting similar.
Lashkar Gah is a landrace strain, having no parent strains but rather being native in the southern regions of Afghanistan.
THC levels average between 11-13%, making this strain a great choice for novice consumers. Its high offers a mellow, at-ease euphoria and will relieve both the body and mind of all stress. It’s recommended to consume this landrace strain in the evenings or at night as it may cause a bit of sleepiness or laziness. Reviewers note it’s a great choice for watching movies or engaging in easy-going activities with others. Some note that small bouts of the giggles may arise.
Ill side-effects include dry mouth and eyes, with rarely any others being reported.
It takes about nine weeks for Lashkar Gah to fully flower.
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