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Afghan Kush is another one of the classic cannabis varieties. Whether or not you’ve personally experienced Afghan Kush, you’ve likely experienced its offspring. While you are unlikely to come by the wild growing Afghan Kush, as most landrace varieties have been selectively bred to accentuate the best traits and minimize the negative ones, you are very likely to encounter this strain in legal cannabis markets.
As Kush often denotes (although there are exceptions!), this strain has a deep earth and spice smell and tends to produce heavy body effects that promote relaxation and lethargy. I love this strain because the effects are remarkably calming, with little cerebral effects. There are higher CBD varieties of Afghan Kush, but generally you’ll find this strain rich in THC. This strain is generally considered great for hash extractions, due in part to the history of hash production in Afghanistan with landraces, as well as the large amount of trichome coverage Afghan Kush is known for.
While Afghan Kush tends to be high in THC, this sample is exceptionally high with 21% THC content. The terpene profile of this sample matches on well to the typical description of Afghan Kush’s smell. Caryophyllene and myrcene dominate, which help to explain the spice and earth smell of Afghan. A notable myrcene presence (1.02%) may partly explain the heavy body effects of Afghan Kush (SC Labs maintains that over .5% myrcene content will likely cause a more sedative effect). Of course, the synergistic interactions that make up Afghan Kush’s effects are more complex than myrcene concentration alone.
For some, this strain is just for relaxing, but others who don’t find the heavy body sensation debilitating may be able to utilize this strain for activities. I have found some degree of mobility with this heavy strain, but that may be atypical. I like this strain for the clearer head I have relative to other strains. Like all high-THC strains, there is a cerebral effect; it just isn’t very powerful in Afghan Kush. Afghan Kush is a classic strain that is an excellent choice for consumers who like strong body sensations in their cannabis.
A-10 is a strain without a ton of information about it’s origins. Some point to the San Francisco Bay area with rumors that the great Ed Rosenthal played a significant role in its creation. It has a strong, earthy taste and heavy indica effects. Despite its earthy taste the typically thick flowers smell fairly juicy and fruity when squeezed.
A-10 has an earthy, hashy taste that provides a very heavy body stone. Used to treat insomnia and chronic pain.
$100 OG is a hybrid cannabis strain that originally became popular in Southern California. It produces large flowers and a potent high. It is a derivative of OG Kush and is named for the high price it commanded when it was first introduced in California. $100 OG is a very potent 50/50 hybrid with bright green, thick buds.
The origins of the OG Kush names are fiercely debated with some believing that OG stands for “Ocean Grown” while some don’t think it stands for anything at all.
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