The Red Afro was produced by Tropical Seeds Co. The breeders specifically chose the combination if Swazi and Purple Pakistan Chitral to create a weed that has a short flowering cycle but produces large, sticky buds. As evidenced by her appearance, they were successful. This hybrid strain also exhibits a beautiful mix of colors from green, red, and purple.
Flavor and Effects of Red Afro
Once you’ve tasted the fruity notes of this weed, you’ll identify a dominance of red fruits like cherries, strawberries, and watermelon. This cannabis also exudes flowery and hash aftertaste with a dash of spice at the very end of the smoke.
The effect will start with an uplifting high that induces meditative thoughts and happy vibes. As soon as the Sativa effects wear off, a tingling buzz will come in to give its users a relaxing and calming physical sensation.
Medical Benefits of Red Afro
The use of Red Afro will be beneficial to people experiencing pain either from inflammation, injury, or deep-seated. It can also help in increasing appetite and, at the same time, lessen the feelings of nausea. Additionally, this can be used by individuals suffering from sleep disorders.
Negative Effects of Red Afro.
It is very common for those smoking this pot to get a dry mouth and red eyes; that’s why it’s vital to keep yourself hydrated and use eye drops to lessen the irritation. However, some patients experience an adverse reaction like a decrease in blood pressure, dizziness, lethargy, and even paranoia when overused.
Growing Red Afro
Every grower of this cannabis has a choice on whether to cultivate it indoors or out since either form will result in high production. Make sure to provide enough space and avoid placing them close to each other. Overall this is an easy weed to grow that doesn’t need much food or attention, but you might want to use preventive measures against mold.