Hawaiian Afghan

Hawaiian Afghan

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Indica
  • Flowering Period:
    60 days
  • Climate:
    Indoors, Outdoors
  • Yield:
    450-550 g/m2 (indoors), 600-900 g/plant (outdoors)
  • Flavors:
    Sweet Caramel, Cheese, Licorice
  • THC Content:
    20%
  • Height:
    Average-Tall
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Moderate

Strain Information

The Hawaiian Afghan is an explosive producing strain that leans more towards the indica variety. It comes from the excellent genes of Cheese and Lavender that were created purposely to become exotic hybrids. This strain carries enormous buds with many lateral branches along its stem. It gives off an intense aroma of cheese and sweet scent.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Hawaiian Afghan?

This strain has the tastiest cheese flavor that perfectly blends with sweet caramel and licorice hints. Its effect is fantastic and will take you to a euphoric state, which turns immediately to a pleasant, relaxing sensation.

What are the Medical Effects of Hawaiian Afghan?

This strain is usually recommended by experts for everyday therapeutic use. It is good for people who are suffering from depression, severe anxiety, stress, and insomnia. It also has the ability to treat chronic pains, inflammation, pain caused by arthritis, and muscle spasms.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Hawaiian Afghan?

The negative effects of this strain will put you into sleep and couch-locked mode. You can expect to experience paranoia and mood swings along with some palpitations. It increases your appetite and dries up your mouth and eyes. It can cause blurry vision.

How to Grow the Hawaiian Afghan?

To grow the Hawaiian Afghan cannabis, you need to make sure that you are able to attend to all its needs, and the resources should not be limited. Although it does not take too long for this strain to grow, it is best to secure the needed requirements in attending plants, especially marijuana. This strain yields heavily, and in order to reach its full potential, make sure that the plant gets enough water, light, and air it needs. You can also compost your own soil and mix its water with some vitamins like nitrogen and iron.

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