Budget Buds: Afghan Kush
Afghan Kush, one of the most famous strains of marijuana, is now available for a special discount price at Serene Farms and Buy My Weed Online.
Marijuana historians are able to trace the roots of many of the best-known strains back to the Hindu Kush mountain range near the Afghanistan-Pakistan border. It was here, over centuries, that the cultivation of marijuna plants was perfected. Over time, certain plants were selected to make the ultimate source for hash such as charas and the sticky black Afghani hash. In the late twentieth century White Label Seed Company, a Sensi Seeds partner from the Netherlands, made the seeds of Afghan Kush widely available.
Now Serene Farms and Buy My Weed Online offers Afghan Kush at a special Sale price. Sale prices start from just $3.99!
Serene Farms is able to offer lower prices as they farm their own produce. Customers can choose any of their specially discounted products now.
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Toronto, February 21, 2020
In an area around the Amu Darya River Valley in the Hindu Kush mountain range marijuana plants directly related to the modern Afghan Kush grew wild for centuries. Many generations of cultivation gradually honed the plants into a highly productive and effective strain. Still, Afghan Kush maintains, almost unadulterated, the genes of those original mountain-wild plants.
Afghan Kush was, famously, rescued from oblivion and contamination by the White Label Seed Company. Seedhouse now distribute the seeds of this strain around the world making it readily available.
One Afghan Kush’s special characteristics is that it sits proudly on top of an extensive lineage of very popular strains, including MG Kush, Grape Afghan Kush and Ata Tundra, while Afghan Kush itself, has no known parents.
As well as being culturally and historically significant, Afghan Kush is a very accessible marijuana strain, ideal for a variety of uses. As an indica, it produces a noticeable body-high and has few cerebral effects. It has a distinctive floral aroma and mixes musty pine undertones with lemony notes. [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]