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Somehow, some way, Kush found a home. For at least the past couple thousand years, it has been the Hindu Kush mountain border region between modern day Afghanistan and Pakistan. These short, fast-flowering, and dark green bushes with oversized, fat-fingered leaves and swollen, resin-dripping buds are still the source of sticky green for the bulk of world’s hashish production – rivalled only by Morocco.

Easy to grow indoors or outdoors in warmer climates, this rapid flowering weed weapon won’t keep you waiting either. In 8-9 weeks of bloom, chunky trophy colas of Royal AK will be ready for harvest. Indoor growers can expect about 500g/m² of primo head stash. Best of all, her buds are easy to trim due to her amazing flower to leaf ratio.

ROYAL AK

Visually, Special Kush 1 is the poster strain for old-school, heavy indicas. Cultivated indoors, she is squat and productive, staying under 1m tall. Flowering will finish in just 7-8 weeks. Outdoors in a hot Mediterranean climate, she can really fill out to reach her full potential. 3m+ plants that can produce up to 500g each are possible. Her rich, earthy-hash flavour and heavy physical effects will convince you she is special indeed.

Northern Light is considered by stoners everywhere as a top-shelf, heavy indica strain. Her heritage is somewhat mysterious, but one thing is for sure: Afghan stock was crossed with Thai to create the couchlocking smoke of choice for indica connoisseurs. Just a few tokes of this rich, full-bodied smoke and your eyelids will grow heavy. Northern Light is knockout nighttime stash.

True to her Afghan pedigree, she grows stocky and sturdy, remaining about 1m tall. Ideally suited to a variety of indoor cultivation styles from basic organics to advanced hydroponics. Even beginner indoor growers have been known to pull down impressive 500g/m² harvests. Outdoors in a dry, southern climate, she can reach 2m and tip the scale with yields of 500g per plant.

There are legends in this world and then there are icons. The Afghan Fem strain is both of those and more and hardly a cannabis related conversation goes by without some mention of the strain. After all, the genetics of Afghan have proven as durable as the people that inhabit the Hindu Kush mountains, where the strain originates from. This is an original landrace strain meaning that it has no known parental lineages. A true OG if there ever was one. Strangely, Afghan strain has not garnered any major awards of note, however, it is a parent of many award-winning hybrid strains and it remains a very popular strain within the cannabis community. It is as steeped in lore as its country of origin.

When you are one of the originally cultivated cannabis strains you don’t need a nickname. That being said, Afghan is actually the modern moniker the strain goes by. Originally known as Afghani, the “i” has been dropped, most likely because the strain has become so ingrained in cannabis culture it has earned its own slang terminology.

Growing

Coming full circle, we arrive back at a fast flowering version of the original. Auto Afghan takes ease of growth to the next level. Afghan, Skunk#1 and a Russian Ruderalis went into creating these weed seeds. A slightly higher sativa component than Afghan delivers a lighter sedative effect while still easing pain, stress and anxiety.

Shhh! What you’re about to read is classified. Okay maybe not top secret but it is confidential. L.A. Confidential x Afghan Kush to be more accurate. An indica dominant strain that offers creative, euphoric, mood boosts and the sedative effect to keep them all balanced. Perfect for pain relief, anxiety, depression and stress.

Relatively minor adverse reactions can happen with Afghan, usually for inexperienced smokers that haven’t yet established their tolerance. Cottonmouth and dry eyes are commonplace and in rare instances mild paranoia, headaches and slight dizziness have been reported.