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Afghan Haze is a Sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain

With a Sativa-dominant appeal that most consumers will find gratifying, Afghan Haze is a cross of two infamous cannabis strains. Striking a balance between an uplifting heady experience and captivating body effect, Afghan Haze is among the most popular strains for consumers of every experience level.

Created in collaboration between The Seed Bank of Holland founder Nevil Schoenmaker and Shantibaba of Mr. Nice Seeds, Afghan Haze is a Sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain with an average THC content of 17%.

Afghan Haze is a 60-70% Sativa mix, depending on who you ask, with the remainder being made up of Indica genetics. The resulting strain is potent but does not impart side effects most people avoid, such as anxiety and paranoia.

On the topic of effects, most consumers will find that Afghan Haze offers a relaxing high that imparts both creativity and a serene disposition for the duration of the experience. This strain is most commonly used to combat the effects of anxiety, stress, depression, headaches, and chronic pain.

Afghan Haze is a beautiful strain in terms of appearance, too. The buds are medium in size with a rounded profile. The color is bright, almost pale green, with rosy hues throughout. There are plenty of orange pistils and amber trichomes throughout the flowers’ surface.

The aroma of Afghan Haze includes hints of earth, wood, and sweet skunky perfume. The flavors mirror those characteristics with the inclusion of rich nutty and pine notes.

When it comes to growing this strain, consumers will find that Afghan Haze is a bit temperamental. The plant needs lots of sun and space to thrive. The conditions may also impact the resulting phenotype of the plant, which can lead to confusion among less experienced growers. Mature plants can yield as much as 16 ounces when grown outdoors. Indoor plants will generally yield the same amount per square meter.

Afghan Haze Cannabis Strain Profile

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