AKA Kabul Baba, Afghanica was the artist who created the Flying Dutchmen. The Afghani No. 1 strain is the one that has inherited the best characteristics from its father. If you decide to cultivate this strain, you will not be disappointed because it may produce significantly higher yields and provide a very strong high-end impact.
Afghanica has an earthy perfume that is complimented by the calming sensation of florals in its composition. It has a decent type of high that may satisfy the needs of both the mind and the body, which makes it a wonderful strain for relaxing cannabis.
Flavor and Effects of Afghanica
This blend has an earthy aroma blended with sweet berry flavors and a twist of floral and petal flavors enticing to the palette, not to mention the relaxing effect that can leave you feeling worry-free and relaxed. As the high takes hold, you will feel joyful, hungry, and anxious simultaneously.
Medical Benefits of Afghanica
One of the most significant therapeutic benefits of this strain is its ability to treat depression. Afghanica has also been shown to be effective in the treatment of pain, chronic pain, nausea, and insomnia in some situations.
Negative Effects of Afghanica
Dry mouth and dizziness are two of the most unpleasant side effects of the Afghanica. Dry eyes and nervousness are common side effects in certain mild cases of the condition.
Afghanica isn’t for everyone, after all. It requires a lot of experience to be able to grow this strain successfully. If you want to cultivate plants indoors, the Screen of Green approach would be the ideal choice. When grown in a cool to warm region, this strain will flower in 7 to 8 weeks, from late September to early October, depending on the weather conditions.