Afghan Skunk, also known as “Afghani Skunk,” is produced by marrying Skunk with Afghani marijuana strain. It was first created in the U.S. and is an Indica dominant strain. It has an Indica/ Sativa content of 85/15 and a THC level of around 22 to 24 percent. Afghan Skunk has a total flowering period of approximately eight weeks. The strain has a very impressive yield and produces giant buds that are extremely heavy and have a deep green color with brownish hue. Afghan Skunk has a very refined and sweet aroma that has woody, pine and musky notes. Its taste is quite pungent and is a blend of floral, skunk-y, sweet and woody flavors. Smoking Afghan Skunk makes you extremely focused which is why this strain is useful when you want to think clearly. It also makes you feel creative, lazy, euphoric and sleepy. Afghan Skunk is most useful for treating anxiety, depression and stress as it calms down your stressed nerves and relaxes you. It is a good antidote for mild and chronic pains as well. Patients of insomnia can also find relief after smoking this strain and are able to sleep easily at night. The prominent side effects of Afghan Skunk include dry mouth, paranoia, dry eyes and dizziness.
Indica Dominant Hybrid – 85% Indica / 15% Sativa
Common Usage: Chronic Pain, Depression, Gastrointestinal Disorder, Insomnia, Loss of Appetite, PTSD, Stress
Effects: Focus, Giggly, Happy, Hungry, Relaxing, Sleepy