Afghan Peach is a lovechild of Afghan Landrace and Papaya. Dominantly indica, it is known to produce high yields. If grown indoors, it can produce 500 grams/m2. While 500 is already satisfying too enough, you will be surprised by its ability to exceed expectations. If grown outside, it can produce 1000g/m2, making it an ideal strain for profitability.
The Afghan Peach grows branchy and resinous buds. The fruity scent becomes more defined when smoked and can provide relaxation. It is best for evening usage.
Flavor and Effects of Afghan Peach
One might think that Afghan Peach will smell purely of peach alone, but it can actually offer more. It is a delightful blend of the sweetest fruits: papaya, melon, and peach, with a funk undertone. This sweet taste and aroma unleash the user’s happiness. It erases the stresses of a long day. The cerebral high relaxes the user so much that he is ready to turn off the lights for dreamland.
Medical Benefits of Afghan Peach
As with other indica dominant strains, Afghan peach’s couch lock effect is perfect for people experiencing insomnia. It relieves stress and makes you forget, hence, rendering you to look forward to lights out. It can also remove chronic pain, improve a poor appetite, and alleviate anxiety.
Negative Effects of Afghan Peach
Similar to other strains, the top after-effects are having a cottonmouth with dry eyes. It can make the user feel jittery. The sativa qualities, though not dominant, can increase your confidence. It can make you feel unstoppable instead of knocking you on the couch. You may find yourself being active in the middle of the night. Users have reported having a blurry vision which slowly adjusts to a clear picture, like a camera trying to survey the lighting conditions. This causes headaches and dizziness.
Growing Afghan Peach Some information and Tips
Afghan peach starts to flower around 9 10 weeks and can be harvested around October. While you might love its smell, it gets intense at mid-bloom. It’s best to install anti-odor filters. The plants also grow branchy but stable. It responds well to any growing techniques will do.