Hawaiian Diesel, a sativa cannabis strain, produces buds that have hues of blue on forest and lime green leaves. Light orangey-pink pistils entwine themselves throughout, along with shimmering trichomes. Its smell is pungent – of pine and diesel with undertones of citrus and skunk.
Hawaiian Diesel is the daughter of two obvious sativa strains: Hawaiian and Sour Diesel. However, some claim that it’s a cross between Sour Diesel and Aloha State.
THC levels can reach up to 22%. Hawaiian Diesel is known for its ability to inspire lots of creativity, heightening energy while relieving the body of aches and pains at the same time. Reviewers have described this strain as psychedelic, providing “vibrating rushes” throughout the mind and body while enhancing colors and light. However, some have reviewed this strain to also induce sleepiness as the high wears down, so despite its sativa influences, try this strain in the evening or at night to start unless tolerance is known.
Negative side-effects of Hawaiian Diesel are your typical cottonmouth and dry eyes. Many have claimed that this strain provides a perfect balance in body and mind, without the paranoia or anxiety high doses other strains normally induce.
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