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- Classification: Indica-dominant
- Parents: Mazar e Sharif x unknown 2006 hybrid
- Growing Environment: Indoor/outdoor
- Garden Skills: Beginner to intermediate
- Flowering Time: 7 weeks
- Yield: Low to moderate
- Medical Uses: Chronic pain, insomnia, nausea, PTSD, Crohn’s Disease, anxiety, opiate dependence, multiple sclerosis
- Breeder: CH9 Female Seeds
Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: As far as indicas go, this one has it all – a short flowering period, excellent flavors of hash, tangy fruit, spice and incense, and best of all, an effect that will place its narcotic effect on even the most experienced of medicinal users.
You need not worry, you�re not supporting Al-Quada by buying this strain, as it�s grown here in the great US of A. The buds are highly dense and give off an almost grey/green color due to the large infestation of trichromes on both the inside and outside of these decadently coated buds. The breeder won�t specify which strain was crossed with Mazar e Sharif (Afghani) but it really doesn�t matter since it�s so potent anyway. Unlike most indica-dominant Afghani strains, this one provides users with both a heady and narcotic body high.
Recommended for both beginning growers, as well as expert medicinal growers, Afghani Milk will put out an average yield as long as it gets a vegetation time between 35 and 45 days, according to the breeder. After you�ve vegetated it for this amount of time, you should be set to force flowering, where it will mature in just 7 weeks. The breeder also recommends to grow these ladies either indoors or outside under Mother Nature, but doesn�t necessarily recommend utilizing a greenhouse, as they can have issues with mold and powder mildew. With that said, when growing indoors, ensure that you have a high CFM fan that can adequately ventilate your grow room.