Very effective sleep aid. Low THC helps keep my mind at ease allowing me to drift off. Use a CPAP mask so the weed increases tolerance. Greatly reduces symptoms from chronic low back pain. I can get nearly a full 8 hours of sleep. Available at Oregrown in Bend Oregon. Going next month to stock up.
THC: 12%As its name suggests, Pure Afghan is a pure indica landrace out of the Kush Mountains in Afghanistan (sativa/indica ratio of 0:100). It's relatively rare outside of that country, though it can be found on the legal markets of Amsterdam and the American Pacific Northwest. It's a mellow medical choice that can be used to treat anxiety, low mood, migraines and other headaches, lack of appetite, ADHD, inflammation, and chronic pain, as well as insomnia. The effects are calming and happy, with creativity, mental focus, and powerful hunger. THC levels aren't terribly impressive, measuring roughly 12% in publicly available tests. That means Pure Afghan may be a good choice for patients who rarely toke. It's not a good choice for people who suffer from conditions that can be treated with CBD, such as epilepsy, because that chemical is scarce in this strain. Expect an earthy, floral scent with hints of pine, and a similar flavor. Pure Afghan produces large, green, leafy buds with brown hairs. Dry mouth and paranoia appear to be the most common negative effects, but limited dry eyes and dizziness are also reported. This strain can be found in medical marijuana dispensaries between Eugene, Ore., and Vancouver, British Columbia.
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Paid $50 for an eighth of this from Deepwater Botanicals, boy was I mad!!! I love Afghan, been a blond Afghani fan for decades now. Maybe it was simply the farm not getting this right, which I have yet to see anything truly impressive from this farm, so I am sure that is what it was. Either way the pot lacked aroma and taste, for something I have smoked a hundred times, I could barely recognize it by sent. The high was very light and short lived, honestly I could have blown that entire eighth in one session and I never would have gotten where I wanted to be.