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About this Hybrid Strain
The sativa-dominant hybrid Afghan Haze is a cannabis strain that produces mint green, immense buds with red hues and a thick layer of crystal trichomes. Its scent and taste are reminiscent of nuts, fresh earth, and wood with undertones of skunk.
THC levels range between 15-21% depending on growing conditions, so checking potency beforepurchasing/consuming is recommended. Its high is known to create an uplifted mood in the consumeralmost instantly, freeing the mind of negative and racing thoughts. Focus may increase for some, andthe body will become relaxed as tension and pain is erased. Some experience bouts of the giggles,making this strain great for helping with stress, anxiety, depression, and pain according to reviewers.
Negative side-effects besides dry mouth and eyes are dizziness with very few others reported.
It takes about 10 weeks for Afghan Haze to fully flower.
Like then name suggests, parent strains of this hybrid are a cross between the indica Afghani and sativa
Haze. Afghan Haze first blossomed under the care of a former Sensi breeder named Nevil Schoenmaker
along with Shantibaba of Mr. Nice Seeds.
Frequently Asked Questions About Afghan Haze
- What is Afghan Haze?
Afghan Haze is a classic strain that's slightly sativa-dominant, and is known for both its cerebral and body effects.
- Where does Afghan Haze come from?
Afghan Haze is a cross between the popular Indica, Afghani and the legendary Sativa, Haze.
- What does Afghan Haze smell like?
This strain has an earthy odor, with notes of skunk and cedar.
- What does Afghan Haze taste like?
Afghan has a cedar flavor, with notes of skunk.
- What color does Afghan Haze have?
The Afghan Haze buds are short and bushy, with forest and mint-green leaves interspersed with long and stringy orange-pistils. A trichome frost coats the outside of the buds, helping to make the green look brighter.
- What effects does Afghan Haze have?
Improved mood and increased focus were experienced by some. Others found relief from pain and stress, while energy levels remained stable.
- Is Afghan Haze an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Afghan Haze is a sativa-dominant hybrid, approximately 60% Sativa and 40% Indica.