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.
Of course, Royal Queen Seeds have used Afghan genetics to develop some of the most potent and productive hybrids. Any cannabis seedbank worth a damn needs at least one Afghani variety. The master breeders at RQS went quite a bit further. Let’s take a closer look at some red hot strains, all of which are packing Afghan genetic firepower.
If you want the heaviest harvest of hybrid marijuana possible, you need Afghan genetics to bulk up that bud weight. Special Queen 1 is a diverse blend of Afghan, Colombian, Skunk and Mexican cannabis. Not really a diva, rather a space invader. Special Queen 1 delivers a long-lasting, heavy body blow that will sweep you off your feet in large doses.
SPECIAL QUEEN 1
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.
Cheese is the UK cannabis strain that took the world by storm and put the Skunk family back in the top-shelf modern marijuana class. Royal Cheese is the RQS re-birth of a legend. True to her Afghan origins, this heavy indica derived from Skunk #1 is a pedigree specimen. She Packs a balanced head-body high, unique Cheese aromas and flavours into a compact package.
Somehow, some way, Kush found a home. For at least the past couple thousand years, it has been the Hindu Kush mountain border region between modern day Afghanistan and Pakistan. These short, fast-flowering, and dark green bushes with oversized, fat-fingered leaves and swollen, resin-dripping buds are still the source of sticky green for the bulk of world’s hashish production – rivalled only by Morocco.
Afghan cannabis genetics are the rock solid, green foundation of Cannabis Cup Champions past, present, and future. The rugged, pure-indica landrace strains of Afghanistan are believed to be the first cannabis to be consumed by mankind. Exactly when and by whom are still something of a mystery and the subject of a contentious debate.
Effect, flavour and smell of Afghani #1 Regular
Cannabis indica may be named after India, but the best examples of these dark, ultra-resinous genotypes grow in the mountains of Afghanistan. Fans call these strains Afghanica or Hash Plant. As the name suggests, they form the basis of high-quality hashish (Charas). Fortunately, there’s no need to travel half-way around the world to get hold of it now. Simply order a few Afghani #1 Regular cannabis seeds from Sensi Seeds.
Because Afghani #1 has a long-lasting effect, it is particularly suitable for a chilled-out evening on the sofa. The narcotic stone effect should not be underestimated. Novices may find it soporific.
You can expect robust, medium-sized plants with strong branches and lush foliage. Give them at least eight weeks to grow. The flowering phase lasts around seven to nine weeks. Growth is limited, as is typical of indica. You can expect your plants to more or less double in size.
For other users, the combination of a deep sense of relaxation and mental wellbeing will feel like a holiday. Make sure you have a few snacks to hand.
Afghani #1 Regular growth pattern
Afghani #1 Regular doesn’t care about trends. As a solid cannabis strain that is perfect for hashish production, Afghani #1 Regular has been delighting growers for decades. Even novices can look forward to a wealth of compact, resinous buds.