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Special Kush 1 pays homage to the wild mountain Kush of old. Taking Kush back to its roots, the breeders at RQS combined and refined vintage Afghan breeding stock to create a modern classic. With a pack of these beans, you can get really high for a really low price. But make no mistake, this is no bargain basement schwag – this is dank, couchlocking Kush.

Spicy, peppery, and piney notes will perfume the air and most definitely announce the presence of Critical. Odour control is a must. Her smooth, slightly sour flavour will keep you coming back for more. High humidity must be avoided at all costs in late bloom to prevent a mould strike to her pumped up flowers.

ROYAL AK

Recent archaeological evidence suggests that Proto-Indo-Europeans were most likely the first peoples to use cannabis for both medicinal and ritualistic purposes as far back as 30,000 years ago. This controversial theory predates ancient Chinese emperor Shen Nung and turns the idea that cannabis migrated from East to West on its head. Furthermore, evidence of carbonised cannabis seeds has been discovered in Romania that date back to the time of the Kurgans some 5,000 years ago.

Royal AK is the RQS edition of the legendary AK-47. This choice AK-47 cultivar is a high-calibre, sativa-dominant hybrid with looks to kill. Although her high is a bonafide headshot by the look of her tight, orange hair-covered nugs, you could be forgiven for expecting an indica body blow. Afghan genetic influence can’t help but dominate her appearance.

Easy to grow indoors or outdoors in warmer climates, this rapid flowering weed weapon won’t keep you waiting either. In 8-9 weeks of bloom, chunky trophy colas of Royal AK will be ready for harvest. Indoor growers can expect about 500g/m² of primo head stash. Best of all, her buds are easy to trim due to her amazing flower to leaf ratio.

Nobody kept the secret with Afghani x Hawaiian x Laos x Jamaica. Looks like everyone came to the party here and what a party it is. This globally themed sativa dominant hybrid gives smokers a heightened sense of being with the cognitive focus of a chess master. All while delivering relaxation that melts pain away and seems to make everything right in the world.

Afghan smells like the weed you bought twenty years ago when its availability wasn’t nearly what it is today. Get ready for a dank, dark and earthy with a pungent, skunky odor that releases to a minty, floral scent as the smoke fades from the room. Although not in the air freshening business, Afghan possesses a lovely scent that hangs in the air for just the right amount of time.

Once again the geographical origins of Afghan Fem strain seeds factor heavily into its growth cycle. The harsh climates within which it originated created the necessity of a fast flowering time. Afghan forms large, heavy buds that are coated with crystals making it appear as if it was dusted in confectioners’ sugar. Higher, mountainous regions see shorter amounts of light and experience sudden and often severe weather changes necessitating the need for a faster reproduction time. Generally speaking, the strain flowers in between seven to ten weeks. Patience is a virtue when growing cannabis seeds at home so novice growers will also do well with the shorter flowering times gaining valuable experience in a lessened period of time.

Flavors

When you are one of the originally cultivated cannabis strains you don’t need a nickname. That being said, Afghan is actually the modern moniker the strain goes by. Originally known as Afghani, the “i” has been dropped, most likely because the strain has become so ingrained in cannabis culture it has earned its own slang terminology.

Considering the lengthy history of the strain it has become a prominent parent to a great many of hybrids. Afghan Kush Fem being one of those. The sedative effects are as prominent as the body warming buzz that comes after just a couple puffs. The flavor is similar to hash but with subtle hints of sour fruit and an aroma to match. The difference comes in the growth though, Afghan Kush is known to reach impressive heights of up to three meters outdoors. Sadly, the yields are not as great, often coming in at under one pound when harvested.

Tough is probably the most accurate word that one could use to describe the Afghan strain. It is resistant to disease and most common pests as well as molds and mildew.

Coming full circle, we arrive back at a fast flowering version of the original. Auto Afghan takes ease of growth to the next level. Afghan, Skunk#1 and a Russian Ruderalis went into creating these weed seeds. A slightly higher sativa component than Afghan delivers a lighter sedative effect while still easing pain, stress and anxiety.