Mazar Strain Genetics
A modern-day classic, Mazar was first bred in the 1980s and received an upgrade to her genetics in 1997. A potent cross of Skunk #1 x a treasured Afghani, she combines the heavy indica effects and strong hashish flavours of her parents, whilst being more productive and tastier than both of them.
The name is taken from one of the world’s greatest hash producing regions, Mazar-i-Sharif, in the north of Afghanistan.
Mazar Strain Terpene Profile
The sticky and highly resinous buds of Mazar are very aromatic, offering up a delightful scent of earth and pine with spicy herbal overtones. This is caused by the presence of the terpene pinene. Taste-wise she’s very like an Afghani hash; fruity, and sweet.
Mazar Strain Effects
A powerful, narcotic, relaxing effect is what you will get with Mazar. Recognizably indica, she’ll make you feel happy, cosy and dozy. With 19.5% THC, she’s a strong strain, so novices beware: her potent indica effects will knock you sideways and probably have you snoring on the couch in no time if you overdo it.
The effects are long-lasting and popular with hash fans. Definitely one for in the evenings. And, as some folks report aphrodisiac qualities, perhaps one to enjoy with your significant other?
Medical Benefits Mazar Strain
The deeply relaxing body-high from Mazar is going to ease both body and mind. Though specifics on her medical qualities are hard to find, these kinds of heavy indicas tend to be popular with medical users looking for relief from the symptoms of chronic pain, inflammation, anxiety, depression, and insomnia.
How to Grow Mazar Strain
Mazar is a short, tough little thing; good for growers of all levels, as she´s easy-going and can handle a few missteps. Her Christmas tree shape produces a bushy plant with heavy side branches that bear big loads of bud and will need supporting during flowering; for this reason, she’s well suited to a SOG (Sea of Green) grow.
Very pungent, indoor growers would be well advised to use carbon filters to avoid upsetting their neighbours. Her bud will be full of resin, dense, hard and compact when dried.