Chiang Mai is rapidly solidifying its reputation as a cannabis cultivation mecca. “The Spot” dispensary, hailing from this Thai province, delivers yet another gem in the form of the Afghani strain, grown in the heart of Chiang Mai’s outdoors.
Afghani, a nearly pure indica with a sativa/indica ratio of 5:95, holds a renowned pedigree that traces back to the majestic Hindu Kush Mountains. As history narrates, this particular region is where humans first domesticated cannabis several millennia ago. Today, this strain stands as a foundational block for numerous hybrids across the globe.
Despite its rich lineage, Afghani’s THC concentration averages around 17-20%, ensuring a deep, sedated body high accompanied by potent euphoria. Its CBD levels stay relatively low, below 1%. When consumed, it imparts a pungent and earthy aroma, complemented by a sweet undertone. The ensuing high is deeply tranquilizing, characterized by intense relaxation and an elevating mood boost. Especially recommended for nighttime use, it can easily induce sleep, making it a favorite among those battling insomnia.
I found solace in its capacity to mute chronic pain and anxiety for a night of restful sleep after a taxing day. The strain is also hailed for being an instant remedy for ADHD, providing focused relaxation without the haziness.
In summary, Afghani is a classic strain that delivers consistent and profound relaxation. Whether one seeks relief from ailments or simply a tranquil evening, Afghani from “The Spot” in Chiang Mai promises a serene experience. It’s a testament to the lasting appeal and efficacy of traditional strains in a rapidly evolving cannabis market.