Maple Leaf Indica Strain Genetics
The Mazar-i-Sharif region, located on the northern border of Afghanistan is known for its high-quality hash. Maple Leaf Indica is one of the few surviving Afghani landrace strain after the Soviet invasion in the 1980s. Due to the love and dedication of seed collectors like Sensi Seeds, we can enjoy the pure genetics of this highly sought-after strain.
Maple Leaf Indica Strain Terpene Profile
The Maple Leaf Indica strain has a spicy, herbal aroma of incense, generated by an interesting terpene profile. What sets it apart from its closely related Afghani Indica cousins is a sweet syrupy, grapefruit-like undertone that will linger long after you exhale the smoke of this lovely hash plant.
Maple Leaf Indica Strain Effects
This pure indica strain will give you an intense physical stoned buzz, providing a slow onset of very pleasant drowsiness; relaxing the body and sedating the mind in a dreamy, but not overpowering, way.
Medical Benefits Maple Leaf Indica Strain
Medicinal users will want to use this strain to treat bodily pains and ailments. Maple Leaf Indica helps loosen muscles and relieve pressure on nerve endings. Patients suffering from migraines have reported very good results using this strain and those who are experiencing insomnia are advised to smoke it about an hour before bedtime.
How to Grow Maple Leaf Indica Strain
Due to its rugged genetics, Maple Leaf Indica (available in regular seeds) is a sturdy plant that will grow pretty much anywhere. For the best result and yield, it is always advised to grow your crops in an indoor environment.
Maple Leaf Indica does not produce the highest yield of all the Afghani landrace strains, but this is compensated by thick, dense buds that are almost dripping with resin.