The legend of Master Afghani Kush has spread like wildfire throughout the cannabis community. No plant is as well-known or infamous as Master Afghani Kush for pure Indica landrace strains. After one toke, users become regular Master Afghani Kush smokers because they just want to chill out and snack while their favorite music plays. Breeders adore its sturdyness, and users adore how much CBD it retains. This strain is a keeper for long-term body-based effects.
This cannabis strain is developed in sturdy branches, which are covered with resin-coated, big, condensed buds that glisten under rusty red hairs and broad leaves. The original landrace variety from the Amu Darya River Valley on the border of Uzbekistan and Tajikistan was domesticated as Master Afghani Kush. For hundreds of years, Master Afghani Kush was a wild lady thriving in harsh natural conditions in her homeland, evolving through many generations of evolution.
The ideal Master Afghani Kush was created through natural selection, and it is the product we enjoy today from White Label Seed Company in the Netherlands, makers of Afghan who made it available to everyone.
Master Afghani Kush has a THC content of 21 percent, but its effects go well beyond that due to the plant’s capacity to retain cannabinoids during extraction. Master Afghani Kush contains 6% CBD, including 1% CBN, making it an excellent-tasting option for medicinal value.
The scent is reminiscent of mango and tropical oranges blended with an earthy funk. Pine, herbal fragrances fill your garden (or home) with the smell of Master Afghani Kush. Users describe it as mild, even bland, with a hint of fruit on the exhale. Master Afghani Kush will go easy on those who have sensitive palates but dislike living on the wild side in cannabis town.
The Master Afghani Kush has relaxing and restful effects. This is a wonderful strain for movie lovers, snorers, and snackers. If you want to be lazy and fall asleep due to a lack of effort, this cannabis may make you happy, pain-free, and rid you of sadness in the process. Traumatic stress and migraines can also be alleviated with a dose of Master Afghani Kush, which is located on the other side of the world in Hindu Kush mountains.
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