About Pink Hawaiian
While it may sound like a tropical drink, Pink Hawaiian is a sativa dominant strain with a sweet, fruity flavor. A cross between Hawaiian landrace and saccharine Cotton Candy Kush, she is a flavored-packed bud with stimulating effects. Moderate THC levels, measured between 13% and 19%, make her a good option for newcomers to cannabis.
Pink Hawaiian’s flowers are medium sized and maintain a rounded, chunky formation. Her leaves are a bright yellowish-green and marked with several curly orange pistils. The translucent white trichomes covering the nooks and crannies makes it very sticky to touch.
Buds give off a uniformly sweet aroma with notes of berry, along with some underlying hints of citrus. Grinding them up yields more of a skunky tang, while burning them gives off a light and slightly sour smoke that’s easy on the lungs and has a fruity tropical flavor on the exhale.
Because of its mostly upbeat physical properties, she is recommended for daytime consumption, and for those with a higher tolerance can be a pleasant accompaniment to morning coffee. Her mental simulation that can help with productivity on complicated tasks, as well as creative projects. Her chatty and friendly vibes make her great to share with friends. In fact, Pink Hawaiian’s combination of mental stimulation and mild physical relaxation can serve as a potent aphrodisiac.
Her versatile high can effective for medical patients as well. Her mental effects can help on concentration for those with ADD, and her steadily euphoric mood can improve symptoms of stress, depression, and anxiety. She can soothe disease-related aches and pains as well as temporary, acute cases of inflammation. She brings on the munchies, so those with diminished hunger can have a couple tokes to help stimulant appetite. If you’re prone to panic or paranoia take it easy with this girl, as sometimes her mental effects can morph into a disorienting “mindrace” in the wrong set and setting.
Sadly, Pink Hawaiian seeds are not commercially produced or made available online. If you do find some clones, grow them in a humid outdoor climate with temperatures between 70 and 80 degrees or in replicated indoor conditions. She flowers within about 9 to 10 weeks, and may need some occasional pruning.
A fruity sativa with long-lasting energy, Pink Hawaiian is a great choice for daytime concentration and productivity. If you break it out in public, be ready for its tropical aroma to attract some attention.
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