Two countries on opposite sides of the planet combine in the deceptively sweet and psychoactive Afghan Hawaii, an indica-dominant marvel of modern genetics.
One of the most striking features of Afghan Hawaii marijuana is its THC content, which has been known to reach heights of 22%. Sweet cheese and nuttiness accompany the smoke of this strain, that delivers a hallucinogenic experience laced with energy and enthusiasm. A tingling buzz spreads from head to toe relieving the body of tensions and the mind of worry. The medical potential of Afghan Hawaii marijuana is not overshadowed by its recreational benefits. This strain can help lift moods, calm depression, and encourage a restful sleep for those with insomnia.
Known to produce popcorn-shaped buds that are dripping with resin, Afghan Hawaii marijuana seeds are best handled by growers with at least intermediate experience cultivating marijuana. Though structured like an indica, it may pose difficulty if faced with less than optimal conditions. Afghan Hawaii plants will yield, on average, between 15 and 21 ounces when at its best, after 8 to 9 weeks spent in the flowering phase.