About Mazar Kush strain
Hailing from the Pakistan/Afghanistan border region, Mazar Kush strain is a child of two age-old strains that have in many respects become household names for themselves. By crossing Mazar Sharif with Aghani, World of Seeds Bank created a super potent strain with a building body high and an immediately heady onset.
As with many a Kush relative, this hybrid packs a punch of THC, with this one averaging around 20%, and a strong pressure-relieving head high. These sweet citrusy nugs are full of orange, kush, and blueberry with hints of earthy tones, giving them the perfect flavor combinations. The buds are fluffy and popcorn-shaped with dark olive green tones, bright orange hairs, and frosty white trichomes.
Mazar Kush strain review
Users feel immediately happy and upbeat from Mazar Kush. After the first couple of hits, euphoria sets in followed by a body buzz that builds over time. It comes on slowly, and then like a teenage love story, it suddenly hits all at once. Your body will let go fully and the relaxation will sweep away any residual motivation. This hazy point leaves you feeling sleepy and a bit loopy. Grab the nearest pillow and enjoy a full night of rest, but before you do be sure to set yourself up with plenty of snacks. This is one little bud that will leave you with a pang of hunger and an appetite that’s not easily satiated.
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Mazar Kush is beneficial for those suffering from mood disorders such as depression, stress, bipolar, or anxiety because of its mood-lifting and steadying properties. Though it is an extremely enjoyable experience and has many medicinal benefits, it is not recommended for new to novice consumers. This top-notch sedative is highly recommended for experienced users needing to find relief from insomnia, aches and pains, headaches, or muscle spasms.
Specific growing information is few and far between, however because of its parentage it is safe to assume you can expect a flowering time of around 9 weeks. The harvest depends on growing conditions, but since this plant comes from cool climates and is known to flourish in either indoor systems or outdoor gardens, you’re safe to bet on fairly average yields.