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Abusive Afghan Strain

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Abusive Afghan Pot StrainBuy Abusive Afghan Seeds at Discount Prices

  • Classification: Indica-dominant
  • Parents: Abusive OG x Afghani #1
  • Growing Environment: Indoor/Outdoor
  • Garden Skills: Intermediate
  • Flowering Time: 9 – 10 weeks
  • Yield: Moderate
  • Medical Uses: Pain relief, insomnia, muscle spasms, cachexia, HIV/AIDS, nausea
  • Breeder: Rare Dankness Seeds

Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: This is a strain that has a very powerful effect, albeit for a very shot period of just 20 minutes or so. Users are greeted with rushing head high that quickly becomes a sedating body high that can result in sleep in many users.

Abusive Afghan has large, chunky buds that are oblong in shape and have a silver-blue hue. These nugs taste just like Cap’n Crunch Berries cereal. Unlike Cap’n Crunch, however, we don’t particularly recommend ingesting Abusive Afghan for breakfast. The breeder created this one by combining the genetics of an Afghani landrace male with an Abusive OG mother. The Afghani was able to reduce the stretchiness of the OG considerably, while the OG was able to beef up the potency of the Afghani landrace strain. Both strains contributed to the flavor and medicinal value.

Abusive Afghan takes more of the Afghani parentage, with overall structure. These ladies can be vegetated as long as seven or eight weeks without encountering height complications. This is not a strain that should be cultivated hydroponically, as it tends to encounter mildew problems. When growing outside, gardeners should see a harvest by the middle of October, in the Northern Hemisphere.


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