About Hawaiian Duckfoot
Geneticists believe that Hawaiian Duckfoot was exclusively an island favorite until about 200 years ago when it started traveling over the sea to users around the world. Several prominent Australian strains share a similar lineage to Hawaiian Duckfoot - experts think this strain from Pua Mana Pakalolo is the progenitor. Genuine Hawaiian Duckfoot is still rare outside of Hawaii, so much so that we don’t have a clear picture of its genetic components. But we know it has a history of Indica and now grows like furry, frosty Christmas trees in Hawai’i nei, or “Hawaii here.” The Hawaiian people are known for being welcoming – this classic strain shares their love.
Hawaiian Duckfoot is a landrace strain whose name comes from its leaves, which spread out in a webbed pattern over its large buds. Its light purple trichomes cloak its long nugs, creating the oblong tree shape of the plant beneath those signature leaves, punctuated with vibrant orange hairs. The smell is both hashy and tropical, with a spicy earth finish. As you pull the nugs apart, you’ll get whiffs of fresh pineapple and full-bodied earth tones.
The taste follows suit, with a spicy-sweet flavor of tropical earth and hints of fruit. This strain makes its users feel lifted and euphoric, ready to hang out with their best hoaloha and have a relaxing afternoon. Chatting, laughing, and enjoying the spicy aroma – easy feats on a Hawaiian Duckfoot high.
For those that suffer from feelings of chronic stress and pain, Hawaiian Duckfoot can be a healing friend. Headaches and migraines fade away as your energy comes back to you. Sleep problems, headaches, and stress often cause fatigue, which Hawaiian Duckfoot can chase away like a wind in a fog.
This is a kick-back strain, one which supports your mood and gives you a reason to chat with friends on a lazy afternoon. The light flavor – sweet, sour, spicy, and above all a pang of tropical earth – supports novices who can get their hands on Hawaiian Duckfoot. You have to be willing to put up with a little skunkiness. But there are few better excuses to hang out with friends and burn a little Pakalolo, as the Hawaiians call cannabis. The strain is potent and pretty, a crazy Christmas tree in your garden and a pleasing tropical haze in your living room. Those who suffer from pain or need an excuse to pal around should have no problem catching the waves of their inner mind on a Hawaiin Duckfoot high.