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About Hawaiian Diesel
While the saying “secrets don’t make friends” might be true in some instances, Hawaiian Diesel is an exception to the rule. This strain is highly shrouded in mystery, and despite being new to the cannabis scene, it’s already making a ton of friends. What is known is that this strain has parentage that includes Sour Diesel and a native Aloha State strain, giving users a burst of energetic effects and tasty flavors.
Hawaiian Diesel is akin to a kick in the pants and brings a consistent 22% THC level to the table time after time. Tightly packed nugs are deep in color and showcase a healthy amount of trichome coverage. What most love about this strain, however, is the aroma and flavor you get during and after your smoke session. While you’d think it would be heavy on diesel overtones, this strain is actually quite light with notes of pine, citrus, and tropical fruit.
Remember, sativa strains are known for their energetic effects, so it’s wise to partake in Hawaiian Diesel well before bedtime. Users note an instant jolt of energy right after their first hit or two, giving you the drive needed to handle even the busiest day at work. Keep in mind that this strain is known for imparting a socially open attitude, and fits of giggles might be in your future. If you have a serious meeting at work or need to stay incredibly focused on your tasks, you may want to save Hawaiian Diesel for another time and place.
Stress, depression, and anxiety are no match for the powers of Hawaiian Diesel, as you get a huge boost in mental state along with your physical energy. Euphoria isn’t far from reach, so if you feel unusually heavy with worry, take this gal for a spin. Other ailments including pain, lack of appetite, and of course fatigue can all be remedied by this mysterious strain. Again, keep in mind its strong sativa effects - if you want to feel happier after a miserable day, 6 pm may not be the most appropriate time to light this one up.
If you prefer to grow indoors, Hawaiian Diesel is right up your alley. While this strain may still hold up well enough outside, your best results will come from an environment that can be easily controlled. A relatively straightforward task, cultivating this strain will result in nicely sized yields after 8 to 10 weeks.
Forget about your morning cup of coffee, as Hawaiian Diesel will probably give you just as much energy, if not more. Fans of this strain note that it offers the best of all worlds, with a delicious flavor, lovely appearance, and effects that will please even the harshest of cannabis connoisseurs. Keep some Hawaiian Diesel handy for days when you have a lot to do or bring some to a party for an enhanced experience.
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