Afghani Drifter by Greybeard packaged on October 21, 2020, cost $84.95 for 7 grams came with 25.83% THC and a floral musky earthy spicy scent. Our test amount was 0.26 grams.
The “high” start during inhalation and the intensity builds slowly over the first 20 minutes. This is a very interesting launch profile as the intensity is a solid steady climb. The impact was we did not realize how “Stoned” we were getting when suddenly we realized “WOW” we were really “high.” At the 20 minute mark, euphoric intensity was the prime expression. There’s mental clarity but fuzzy logic was more prominent. Off course, there’s joy and blissfulness to top it off.
OK. This “high” profile is very different because it continues to evolve past the half hour mark. Cerebral awakening enters our mind to complete a fuller spectrum cannabis experience. This is probably one of the longest creepers we have the pleasure of experiencing. This is a Drifter.
Expectations, however, have thrown a wrench into our perception. Afghani is a name that conjures up strong memories relating to Black Afghani Hash. For those looking for an Afghani “high,” go for TGOD’s LA Confidential. Not only does LA Confidential smell like black Afghani hash, the “high” hits like black Afghani hash. Afghani Drifter is a hybrid and it is different.
Activity pairing is best for the evening slots. On our walk about review testing protocol, the walk started out great but after about half an hour the Indica effects made walking more challenging. Afghani Drifter “high” is more of a journey though varying cannabis effects with a relaxing endpoint. It’s a Drifter.