Afghan Hawaiian in San Francisco

The Canadian breeder OrganiGram, Inc. created Afghan Hawaiian by crossing UK Cheese with Lavender, producing an indica-dominant strain that creates a relaxed, tingly high marked by sleepiness in most users. With a sweet, nutty taste and pineapple scent is popular with users and the high, which quickly turns from euphoria to relaxation, is perfect for the end of a tough day. Medicinal uses include treating neurological disorders, but users do report a number of paranoid side effects from this strain. Afghan Hawaiian is popular among users in Washington.