Afgooey (sometimes known as Afgoo) is an indica-dominant hybrid that relies on potent landrace genetics to deliver strong, lasting sedation. As its name implies, this strain is from an Afghani indica landrace that has been crossed with flavorful Maui Haze. A staple strain in its own right, Afgooey has a rich and earthy flavor profile to complement its sleepy, weighty vibes. Cannabis testing lab Analytical 360 has found samples of Afgooey to have between 14% and 28% THC composition. In 2018 Emerald Cannabis Worx LLC contacted Wikileaf with a report of their lab testing results by Green Leaf Labs. The report boasted a whopping 30.10% Total THC for their variant of Afgooey.
Afgooey is marked by small to medium buds that adhere in the dense and solid bud structure that is often associated with indica varieties. These flowers range in shape from almost spherical to elongated and cylindrical. The tightly-coiled leaves are a bright shade of spring green and are threaded through with rust-colored hairs (which are actually pistils, intended to catch pollen from fertilizing male plants). The “goo” in Afgooey’s name refers to its copious amounts of resin, which ooze out of a blanket of trichomes.
Parent strain Afghani reveals itself in Afgooey’s complex aroma. When properly cured, buds of Afgooey reek of damp earth and wood. Some faintly skunky notes also lurk underneath to lend some pungency. Bringing up or grinding these sticky buds yields a hint of spice and pepper, likely passed on from the Haze in this strain’s genetics. Given its hashy bouquet, Afgooey burns with a surprisingly smooth smoke that tastes of sweet pine on the exhale.
Up to 18-20% THC
HP, LB, OZ, QP