CBD Afghani combines a classic Afghani with the highly medicinal Cannatonic in a 1:1 ratio. The smell is earthy and sweet and while the powerful body stone relieves pain, the mind remains unclouded. Yield is above average. The buds are greasy, chunky and dense and absolutely covered in trichomes.
Extraction artists note: CBD Afghani can provide a 20% return.
Our tests reveal 97% high CBD seed, further testing is required to verify high CBD.
Genetics – Cannatonic (s) X GG#1 (m)
Variety – Indica, CBD Rich
Seed – Feminized
Analysis – THC 10.1%, CBD 10.93%, CBC 0.58%, CBG 0.34%
Flowering Time – 8-9 weeks
Live Resin: While it is still a form of BHO, the main differences between shatter and live resin are the flavor profiles, terpene (the aromatic hydrocarbons found in cannabis) quality, texture, and consistency of the final products. Live resin uses fresh, frozen whole cannabis flowers as opposed to buds that have been dried and cured. Extracting the oil from fresh plants captures a unique aroma that gets lost in the curing process. Extract artists applaud live resin for its high terpene content, but what do lab-tested terpene profiles of live resins have to say about it? Terpene analyses confirm that live resin indeed has more of a “fresh plant” terpene profile than cured-bud extractions.
How to Smoke: Most common use is with a Dab Rig. Dabbing, the act of smoking concentrates, is not for the faint of heart. The high from a dab can be like getting high for the first time, even for the more experienced smokers. If you are dabbing for the first time, start small and explore the way you feel. After all, as the saying goes, “a little dab will do ya!”