Originally called simply "Afghan Skunk" after its parents, a landrace Afghanistan Indica and the well loved Skunk #1, it was renamed Mazar in 1997.
🇳🇱 Dutch Bred, 🇦🇫 Afghani Genetics
Mazar, a mostly Indica strain created by Dutch Passion, takes its name from Mazar-i-Sharif, a growing centre for cannabis in Afghanistan.
The smoke of this strain tastes of hash, fruit, citrus, and flowers. Its THC count reaches nearly 20% when the strain is grown properly. Users can experience the world in a bright and psychedelic light after using this strain, or they can fall into a deep sleep.
For most, this strain can be good for nighttime relief of insomnia as well as stimulation of appetite and easing of chronic pain. Mazar may also be prescribed for anxiety, stress, depression, bipolar disorder, and ADD/ADHD. Some find that it helps mitigate the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease, migraines, and headaches.
Since Mazar usually finishes flowering around the first week of November, the strain is better suited for an indoor grow. Inside, the strain will flower between eight and nine weeks and reach about a meter in height. Particularly well suited for the Screen of Green method, these plants will need to be supported during the flowering period.
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