Purple Afgoo is an indica strain , this strain’s only known parent is Afgoo (Afgooey. It originates from: Afghanistan. It may taste fruity, spicy, earthy, sour, piney. When smoked, this strain can make you feel euphoria, creativity, calm, numbness, appetite gain, and pain relief. Negative side effects can include: slight anxiety and slight dry_mouth. When growing Purple Afgoo, growers have found that it has a moderate difficulty to grow, has an average of 58 flowering days in it’s bloom cycle and is a high yield plant. Its spicy Afghani hash-like taste is smooth and comes with a powerful euphoria. Inexperienced users may quickly fall asleep. Negative effects may include the familiar cotton mouth, dry eyes, dizziness, and paranoia. Can marijuana raise blood pressure?
The strain is often used for pain relief due to its powerful Indica effects. It is an effective medication for stress, anxiety, and depression and is prescribed for PTSD, adult ADD/ADHD as well as obsessive compulsive behavior. Patients also use it to fight nausea and eating disorders such as anorexia. The high CBD content, reaching as much as 1%, may also help combat seizures. Can marijuana raise blood pressure?
Lavender has rich and diverse genetics. Created by Soma Seeds, the strain is a cross between Super Skunk, Big Skunk Korean, and Afghani Hawaiian. Growing well both indoors and out, this strain does best when grown using the Sea of Green technique. Flowering for eight to ten weeks, Lavender produces a lower yield: between 150 and 200 grams per square meter.