Afghani and Black Ryder 98’s love affair gave birth to a new indica dominant plant, Afghan Shadow. It is categorized under the special plants which require minimum care but can exceed expectations in terms of yield. It is a silhouette that can easily stand out and block your attention from other plants.
Afghan Shadow produces lavish resins. The potent strain can be harvested around 90 95 days from its germination. Its yield can range from 100 – 500g/m2, attracting the interest of both newbie and pro growers. The aroma and taste are a delectable mix of pure sweetness with earthy overtones.
Flavor and Effects of Afghan Shadow
Afghan Shadow is a savoury blend of sweet, hash, and earthy flavor and aroma. The fragrant high occurs as quickly as how it is grown. The buzz targets your mind. Happiness will start to swirl around your head, removing stress and worries. After clearing your mind of unwanted thoughts, it goes down to your body. It is like a shadow enveloping your extremities. You cannot help but surrender and close your eyes. This effect makes it popular for evening use.
Medical Benefits of Afghan Shadow
The relaxing properties of Afghan Shadow are sought after by anxiety and depression patients. It can alleviate many pain types such as headaches, muscle pain, back pain, and cramps. Struggles in hitting the pillow can finally come to an end as well.
Negative Effects of Afghan Shadow
You cannot blame the users for overindulging in the goodness of Afghan Shadow. The smell and taste are just a genius mix that you can help but smoke all you can. However, excessive dabs can cause paranoia, headache, anxiety and stress.
Growing Afghan Shadow Some information and Tips
Afghan Shadow can survive indoors, outdoors, and in a greenhouse. Its height is impressive. It can grow up to 2m, a trait it obtained from Black Ryder 98. While moisture is good to trigger germination, overwatering can cause molds and mildew. You may install support stakes that can be simple as a pencil or chopstick to support the height.