Afghan Hash Plant was cultivated from the top hash makers in the Mazar-i-Sharif region in Afghanistan and was created from specially selected seeds from the 1970’s. The growers took several wells, used years refining each new phenotype and then selected the most potent and flavorful from the stock till finally producing one of purest indica strains best-suited for hash making. The strain is robust, with pleasing sandalwood aroma and a dominant taste of citrus.
This plant is well-suited for indoor and outdoor cultivation. Flowering time is between 50 and 60 days. Outdoor harvest is September, with an expected yield around 700 grams per plant.
Afghan hash (Hashish) is produced practically everywhere in and around Afghanistan – it is a tradition. The best kinds of Hash originate from the Northern provinces between the Hindu Kush and the Russian border. Afghan hash
The plants which are used for Hash production are very small and bushy Indicas – it’ll typically be a short and stubby Kush.
Afghanistan Hashish is pressed by hand under addition of a small quantity of tea or water. You should see how passionate the producers are. No shortcuts and no laziness. Decades of tradition are poured into making this.
The Hashish is worked on until it becomes highly elastic and has a strong aromatic smell. Black on the outside, dark greenish or brown inside – it kind of looks like a delicious chocolate bar haha.
The smell is incredibly spicy… oulala… but also very sweet.
The effects are almost narcotic and produces a very physical and stony high. It’s absolutely incredible to add some to a joint or smoke a bit in the pipe.
It’s easy to underestimate the potency of Afghani since the high takes about 5 minutes to reach its full potential, so again, PLEASE use caution when smoking and don’t smoke too much!