Afghan x Hash Plant x Northern Lights Strain



Afghan x Hash Plant x Northern Lights Strain

Lineage: Afghan x Hash Plant x Northern Lights

Description: Afghan x Hash Plant x Northern Lights Strain is a unique hybrid blend that combines the best traits of its parent strains. The Afghan strain heritage lends a robust and earthy foundation, while the Hash Plant strain influence adds a touch of spiciness and resinous characteristics. The inclusion of Northern Lights strain introduces a sweet and piney aroma, enhancing the overall sensory experience. This well-balanced hybrid may deliver a relaxing body high with a hint of euphoria, making it a versatile choice for both recreational and medicinal users.


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About Theory Wellness:

Theory Wellness is an East Coast medical and recreational cannabis brand. We cultivate cannabis, manufacture a variety of in-house marijuana products, proudly serve patients and customers in multiple states, and wholesale products to other cannabis brands.

We focus on small batch, craft cannabis, cultivated using sustainable techniques at our state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor grow facilities. We source unique genetics and create premium products that include flower, concentrates, edibles, and infusions, available at our medical and recreational marijuana dispensaries. We’ve expanded our brand to include a line of fast-acting drinks, Hi5. Learn more about Hi5 here.

Throughout our work, we remain committed to expanding the science of cannabis, and creating the future we want to see in the emerging marijuana industry through social justice, sustainability, and research.

Click here to see our Theory dispensary locations near you. To learn more about our operations and new product offerings, follow us on Instagram @TheoryWellness and at @hi5beverages.

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