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.

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Cannabis plant indica produces large amounts of THC. The large amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol make it most commonly used as a drug, whether it be for medical or recreational purposes. Indica strains, medicinal use, are more likely to give you a sense of peace, help you relieve stress and relax. These strains have mild numbing properties that can help to relieve some pains. These sedative, soothing effects of indica also make it a better choice for use as a sleep aid.