1 Ounce Afghan Kush (Indica)
THC: up to 15%
APPEARANCE: Light and darker color green with thick orange hairs
SMELL: Not the greatest smell mango mixed with a musty basement
BEST FOR TREATING: Insomnia, Anxiety, Pain, Appetite, Depression and Migraines
CREATED FEELINGS: Good for night time, energetic at first then mellow and relaxing
DURATION: Varies by quality but usually 2 hours
SIMILAR STRAIN: Afghani
Kush is a strain of Cannabis indica. The origins of Kush Cannabis are from landrace plants mainly in Afghanistan, Northern Pakistan and North-Western India with the name coming from the Hindu Kush mountain range
What does Afghan Kush taste like?
Afghan Kush, an almost 100% Indica strain is naturally grown in the Hindu Kush mountain range. The strain has a very earthy, almost “hash-like” scent with a hint of Pinesol-like aroma. When smoked, it has a sweet hash taste similar to its smell.
Where does Afghan Kush come from?
Afghan Kush’s roots trace back to the Hindu Kush mountain range near the Afghanistan-Pakistan border. There its genotype has been perfected over centuries, making it the ultimate source for hash such as charas and the sticky black Afghani hash.
When was Kush discovered?
As an Egyptian colony from the 16th century BCE, Nubia (“Kush”) was governed by an Egyptian Viceroy of Kush. With the disintegration of the New Kingdom around 1070 BC, Kush became an independent kingdom centered at Napata in modern northern Sudan.
Is Afghani an Indica or Sativa?
Afghani is a heavy indica strain named after its geographic origin, where the earliest varieties of cannabis are believed to have grown. … Patients most commonly turn to this potent indica to treat insomnia, pain, and stress disorders.