Origins: Afghan Skunk x Herijuana
Flowering: 64-70 days
Anesthesia was developed specifically to keep the Afghani Skunk alive. A classic among old-school strains, the original Afghani Skunk was passed along to a breeder Whazzup as a clone from a renowned veteran grower who had grown the strain for many years. Sannie’s Herijuana was selected as the father in order to add medicinal strength and a more open structure to the indica density of the Afghani. Anesthesia’s original mother was vegetated outdoors, then pollinated and bloomed in an indoor garden. The result is a smoke with a distinctly earthy Afghan flavor and a deeply relaxing buzz.
Anesthesia starts as a low branchy plant with broad indica leaves. When grown from seed, these plants branch extensively and yield better with ample space, but they still tend to form ane large dense main cola. Anesthesia prefers a calcium-rich substrate, but all growing techniques and mediums are okay. In a sea of green method, gardeners should plant no more than nine plants per square meter. It is also great for screen of green gardens due to the branching and open structure. This wide plant needs generous floor space to reach its full potential. Whazzup recommends 4-5 plants per square meter when grown as multi-branch plants from cuttings. Anesthesia shows gender relatively late. As she enters flowering, the growth speeds up, and she doubles in size, reaching between 3.5 and 4 feet (1 meter) in height.