Afghani indica strains are broad leaf hash production plants from the mountains of Afghanistan. Brought over to the West during the hippie trail era, Afghani was cultivated, inbred and crossbred with other marijuana varieties, including sativas. The first well-known indica/sativa being Skunk, an (Afghani x Colombian Gold)/Acapulco Gold hybrid from the Bay Area, named for its strong stinky fragrance. Afghani genetics have since been used in countless breeding programs. Many hybrids today can trace their lineage back to Afghani #1 (a Skunkman Afghani IBL) or the Maple Leaf Wilson collection (unselected Afghani landraces). More Strains Here
Afghani #1 by Sensi Seeds is an updated version of the classic Sacred Seeds release. It’s a hardy, stout plant that grows vigorously in vegetative growth. The strong single stem develops into a large dominant central cola.
Yield can be optimized indoors by crowding the plants together. Afghani #1 will double in height during its fast bloom cycle, lasting up to 55 days. Outdoors, harvest is by the end of September.
Incredibly dense buds with extreme resin content. Hashy smell and earthy, sweet flavors. The narcotic Afghani high is powerfully sedative.
Through 4 decades of inbreeding for quality, yield and early flowering, Sensi Seeds has produced a stable indica that performs well.