aka BC Purple Afghani
Afghan kush is a landrace strain of cannabis that originally grew in the Amu Darya River Valley, on the border of Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. This cultivar can resist change due to centuries spent evolving outside, away from human interference.
The Purple Afghani strain exemplifies great genetics. The strain is easy to cultivate for inexperienced growers and has an aesthetically pleasant appearance and flavorful aroma.
Purple Afghani is easy to grow, and provides a generous yield. The color can be enhanced by carefully exposing plants to cold night-time temperatures.
‘Purple’ strains are some of the most popular among cannabis users for their great looks. The Purple Afghani strain is a combination of world-class genetics and also provides the lovely purple coloring. You can read on to learn more about its effects and how to grow it.
Among many breeder’s favorite strains, Afghan Kush is a backbone of modern Indica fights. It has an acidic smell and mellow effects in most cases.
• Thirst and dry mouth
• Dry eyes
• Lack of appetite
• Muscle spasms
What Is the Purple Afghani Strain?
cannabis is a potent indica-dominant hybrid that combines the genetics of Afghan 1 and Purple Kush. BC Depot breeds it, and it most commonly used in late evening or night.
It is an indica dominant hybrid cross of Afghani Landrace Strain, aka Afghani #1, and Purple Kush that BC Depot created. It’s best used in the evening or during the night, as it has a high THC content.Users quickly become addicted to the plant, which has an attractive appearance and enticing effects.
Purple Afghani strain gives the classic marijuana high. You feel extremely relaxed when using it.When you are high on this, you will likely feel calm and euphoric. You’ll often be smiling which is an indication of being high.
One potential issue is the speed at which purple Afghani gets you feeling its effects. Be in a comfortable place before consuming this substance. Those who are new to the strain admit feeling sleepy and limited mobility within minutes of use. Also, Purple Afghani may cause you to have major cravings. Make sure you have food close by.
Afghani Strain Aroma
You should expect to smell woodiness, sage, and a savory delight. You may also detect cheese with an earthy aroma, as well.
Afghani Strain Flavor
When you smoke Purple Afghani, the taste will likely be earth and floral, the blue cheese aroma mixed with fruity flavors.
Afghani Strain Appearance
Purple Afghani’s majestic buds have a thick, heavy feel with glistening layers of crystals. The strain’s genetics result in its beautiful purple coloring—find out how to enhance it in our Grow Info section.
Afghani Strain Type of High
Purple Afghani marijuana strain induces happy cerebral euphoria, followed by complete body relaxation. Improves mood and boosts creativity.Provides soothing relief from pain, improves insomnia, stimulates appetite. Ends with deep sleep and calm sedation.
Purple Afghani Strain Grow Info
|Flowering Time||Harvest time||Grow Difficulty||Flowering Type||Height indoor|
|58-65 Days||71-78 Days||Moderate||Photoperiod||60-80 Inches|
|Height outdoor||Yield indoor||Yield outdoor|
|60-80 Inches||1 – 2 Oz/Ft² (~ 400 g/m²) oz/ft2||2 – 3 Oz/plant (~ 550 g/plant) oz/ft2|
There are reports that Purple Afghani is a popular widespread strain. Users living on the East Coast may find it difficult to locate seeds of this variety, but it can be easily purchased legally in places like California or Colorado. It’s also popular in Colorado and available openly for purchase there.
This strong strain of cannabis has high resistance to pests and common diseases. For most marijuana cultivators, indoors is a more practical set-up option for Purple Afghani than outdoor cultivation. It has a flowering time of 8-9 weeks and gives users an average yield.
Many growers try to boost the purple coloring on this strain. You can theoretically do so by reducing the chill hours from night time temperatures by up to 20 degrees Fahrenheit. Effects of reducing your temperature include breaking down chlorophyll, leading to a reduction in green hues and an increase in anthocyanins (the compound responsible for giving strains their purple
In order to make cannabis more purple, it’s important not to perform radical
measures such as depriving your plants of oxygen or feeding them more nitrogen.
Purple Afghani generally has more than 20% THC, making it fairly potent compared to its peers.
Purple Afghani contains only a small amount of CBD. It has less than 1%
Medical Benefits of the Purple Afghani Strain
- THC: 19.4 – 22.4%
- CBD: 0.3 – 0.92%
- CBC: 0.09 – 1.45%
- CBG: 0.37 – 1.44%
- CBN: 0.07 – 0.18%
- THCV: 0.43 – 1.82%
One of the main reasons people use Purple Afghani is to help them enjoy a good night’s sleep. Its effects can be felt within minutes. We advise you to start with a small amount at first because its effects are very strong. If, for some reason, you try to move before the high finishes and find yourself struggling to think clearly
One of the best qualities of Purple Afghani is that it can help elevate someone’s mood after a long day. If you are feeling down or stressed after a long day, a few tokes of this strain may be just what you need.
· LA Sunshine
· Black Widow
· Girl Scout Cookies
· Divorce Cake
· White Cookies
Possible Side Effects of the Purple Afghani Strain
Purple Afghani is so potent that it may cause adverse effects such as increased anxiety. Novices should proceed with caution, and watch in order to understand the experience’s effect on their perceptions.
Common side effects of this strain include red eyes and a dry mouth.
You generally will want to keep Purple Afghani for later in the day, as it tends toward an evening high. Novices and those with low tolerance should start with something less potent before trying this strain out. If you have trouble sleeping or are dealing with chronic pain or issues with appetite regulation, this might give a good boost of what your body needs
This is an ideal first-time cannabis strain for growers. It is a tough plant, but requires some maintenance. Exposing the plant to shock can be risky if you want to enhance the purple hue.