Afghan Hawaii, an indica-dominant genetic marvel, combines genetics from two countries on opposite sides of the world.
Afghan Hawaii weed’s THC content is one of its most striking characteristics, reaching as high as 22 percent on occasion. With notes of sweet cheese and nutty earthiness, this strain will take you on a hallucinogenic journey that’s also full of energy and enthusiasm. As the tingling sensation travels from your head to your toes, you’ll feel your stress melt away and your anxiety dissipate. The recreational uses of Afghan Hawaii marijuana do not overshadow the drug’s potential medical applications. Those suffering from depression or insomnia may find that their moods improve and their insomnia subsides after using this strain.
Growers with some experience should not attempt to germinate Afghan Hawaii marijuana seeds because of the high yields of dense, popcorn-shaped buds covered in sticky resin they produce. Despite having an indica-like structure, it could prove challenging under less than ideal circumstances. After 8 to 9 weeks in the flowering phase, Afghan Hawaii plants typically produce between 15 and 21 ounces.