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Possible effectsAfghani Skunk: schlaffördernd, Appetitsteigernd, Entspannend, CBD Charlottes Angel: Stimmungsaufhellend, Glücklich, Entspannend
Possible symptomsAfghani Skunk: Stress, Schlaflosigkeit, Angst, PTBS, Arthritis, Fatigue, CBD Charlottes Angel: Spastiken, Appetittlosigkeit, PTBS, PMS, Parkinson
Type: Extract | Genetics: CBD Auto Charlotte's/ Afghani Skunk
About this product
Afghani Skunk: This popular classic strain was originally developed in the United States to cross the pure indica genetics of an Afghani strain with the durable genes of Skunk plants. Afghan Skunk quickly spread to Amsterdam and beyond and is now considered one of the “classics.” Its resilient Skunk genes make this plant a popular recommendation for new growers, and its legendary high yields make it a favorite all around. Flowering happens around 8 weeks and the buds will have a menthol smell combined with the “sweet stink” skunks are known for. Tests have shown THC levels of about 17%, so the stink isn’t the only thing that’s potent about Afghan Skunk. | CBD Charlottes Angel: CBD Charlotte’s Angel is a Dutch Passion breeding project that crosses Dutch Charlotte and Red Angel. This CBD-dominant strain smells and tastes like an herbal treat with pine and diesel undertones. As to effects, CBD Charlotte’s Angel is non-intoxicating yet offers a calming experience from head to toe.
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