About Hawaiian Haze
Many strains have exotic names, while others have exquisite tastes. Then there are those whom possess both such as Hawaiian Haze.
This premium fan-favorite, Sativa dominant strain, staying literal to its name was born from a cross between Hawaiian and Haze genetics. It has a staggering THC content of 26%. It is rumored that it was first grown in the rich, volcanic soil of Hawaii, and that is the reason behind this strain being so delightful.
Hawaiian Haze plants grow tall. The bright green buds are narrow and cylindrical, and are light, airy, and dense with a good trichome covering. The long and curly orange hairs, combined with the elegant and thin leaves, make the plant a sight to behold.
In terms of smell, the Hawaiian Haze is exactly what the name suggests. The blast of tropical flowery and fruity scent that hits users are nothing short of joyful, and this extravagance is carried on to the taste.
The taste of this strain is a wonderful combination of tropical flowers, like lavenders, and fruits such as pineapples and peaches. This exotic combination of smell and taste is what makes the Hawaiian Haze a true A-lister.
Not only does the Hawaiian Haze have a fine taste, but it also has a lot of traits which make it suitable for recreational use. For instance, it induces a highly enjoyable and trippy head buzz which takes users for a joyride through the clouds. It also makes users feel happy, energetic, relaxed, and elated and uplifts mood. Many users have also reported to feeling more social and talkative thanks to this strain, which makes it perfect for daytime use.
It does equally well in the medicinal benefits department. Hawaiian Haze helps to alleviate depression, stress, nausea, fatigue and lack of appetite. This adds yet another feather in its cap.
Bred by Abraxas Seeds, this strain has an average yield – roughly 250-350g per square meter in a Sea of Green system. It flowers slowly, taking as much as 14 weeks, and harvests in late November. The seed should be grown under a 12/12 regimen of light indoors, to obtain a satisfactory yield.
Having an average yield and long flowering period points to two scenarios: Firstly, only experienced and patient growers should take up on growing it. Secondly, it is better suited for a specialist grower rather than a commercial one. Most users rate this strain as ‘Exceptional and Outstanding’, and quite rightly so – some of its feats are unparalleled.
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