Mazar I Sharif

Reported Genotype
indica

Strain Description

Mazar I Sharif is a landrace cannabis cultivar, named for the city in Northern Afghanistan where the strain reportedly originated and is still grown today. Breeders consider Mazar I Sharif a 100% Indica strain, despite its potential to grow up to 400 centimeters, or more than 13 feet, tall with lanky limbs, characteristics more associated with landrace Sativa genetics. Mazar I Sharif is typically called either “Mazar” or “Sharif” by breeders, with seed available in multiple seed banks. Subtle presences of terpenes alpha-pinene and caryophyllene create deceptively mild pepper aromas that conceal Mazar I Sharif’s ability to relax and sedate, according to consumer accounts. Mazar I Sharif will flourish both indoors and outdoors in colder environments, flowering in 9-11 weeks and is reported to yield up to 22 ounces, or 624 grams, per plant if well-nourished. This cultivar’s effects are worthy of the 1999 Cannabis Cup’s Silver Medal for Best Indica

Mazar I Sharif is a landrace cannabis cultivar, named for the city in Northern Afghanistan where the strain reportedly originated and is still grown today. Breeders consider Mazar I Sharif a 100% Indica strain, despite its potential to grow up to 400 centimeters, or more than 13 feet, tall with lanky limbs, characteristics more associated with landrace Sativa genetics. Mazar I Sharif is typically called either “Mazar” or “Sharif” by breeders, with seed available in multiple seed banks. Subtle presences of terpenes alpha-pinene and caryophyllene create deceptively mild pepper aromas that conceal Mazar I Sharif’s ability to relax and sedate, according to consumer accounts. Mazar I Sharif will flourish both indoors and outdoors in colder environments, flowering in 9-11 weeks and is reported to yield up to 22 ounces, or 624 grams, per plant if well-nourished. This cultivar’s effects are worthy of the 1999 Cannabis Cup’s Silver Medal for Best Indica