Auto CBDV Afghani is a medicinal strain of cannabis mixed from Afghani, an ancient strain of Landrace, Cannatonic, and high-CBD strain. This strain was named from its origin place, Afghanistan. This variety is considered one of the oldest in the world. The plant itself is a variety of Indica with deep purple, green, short, and stable leaves.
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Genetics Parents: Landrace Afghani x Cannatonic x High CBD Strain
Flowering Period: 7 to 11 weeks
Climate: Warm/ Cold
Yield: indoor- 10-12 oz/m2 and outdoor- 12 oz per plant
Flavors: Herbal, Spicy, Citrus, and Creamy
THC Level: 8% to 9%
CBD Level: 7% to 11%
Harvest Period: Late September to Mid-October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
The sweet and fruity taste of Auto CBDV Afghani has a combination of sweet grape and citrus. You can feel the smoothness in your throat and lungs after you hit this marijuana strain. The strain has a unique earthy blue cheese fragrance with blueberry grape flavors with a hint of creamy cheese when exhaled. This flavor characteristic is typical of the Afghan Landrace.
There’s no extreme psychedelic experience for Auto CBDV Afghani. It also promotes emotional clarity, apart from mood improvement. It also helps people to collaborate on projects and to create new strategies. Auto CBDV Afghani is slowly entering the bloodstream. It does not force the consumer down, in comparison to a typical hybrid, during a euphoria. Instead, the soothing experience effortlessly blends the cerebral effect without people crashing.
The strain is entirely different from its original landrace in Afghanistan. The most significant adjustment is the amount of CBD content it owns. The cannabidiols of the hybrid, along with their psychoactive effects, alleviate different types of mental and physical discomfort. The mild psychedelic helps uplift people to overcome sadness and stress. In particular, its capacity to improve mood may be beneficial for people with and similar diseases.
Auto CBDV Afghani’s adverse effect is that the throat can be left dry; the same goes for the eyes. These symptoms are not severe and can appear during the consumption of marijuana. Dizziness or headaches are other possible symptoms to the consumers.
Auto CBDV Afghani is a robust herb that is particularly adaptable to cold weather. It can survive sudden temperature changes. The Indoor flowering time of the Auto CBDV Afghani, typical of Indica strains, should be about 7 and 11 weeks. The plant will grow outside as well. The flowering season should start in the northern hemisphere in the last week of September. By October, each plant should be able to produce at least 12 ounces of flowers.