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Afgoo

Taste & Smell

Effects

  • Calm
  • Focused
  • Happy
  • Hungry
  • Sleepy
  • Dry Eyes
  • Dry Mouth
  • Nervous

Pairs Well With

  • Doing Nothing
  • Eating
  • Sleeping

About this Indica Strain

Afgoo, which is also known as Afgooey, is an indica cannabis strain that emits an earthy pine scent and taste. Its buds are sticky with trichomes when harvest-ready and are of an olive green color.

The parents of Afgoo are unknown, but many tend to agree that it’s a cross between the indica Afghani and sativa-dominant Maui Haze.

Its THC content averages at 16%, with some crops ranking in as high as 20%. When consuming Afgoo, expect the munchies, a boost in mood, sleepiness or lethargy, and an increase in focus. While this strain does enhance cerebral activity, it will put one to sleep if too much is consumed – making this a good choice for evening and night time use. Some reviewers enjoy this strain to treat stomach problems such as nausea or lack of appetite.

Many consumers have reported bouts of paranoia, though some have found it amusing instead of leading to anxiousness.

Currently, growers can only purchase clones of Afgoo, as seeds are not available on the market at this time.

Afgoo, which is also known as Afgooey, is an indica cannabis strain that emits an earthy pine scent and taste. Its buds are sticky with trichomes when harvest-ready and are of an olive green color. The parents of Afgoo are unknown, but many tend to agree that it’s a cross between the indica…