Hawaiian Haze is a sativa cannabis strain that derives its name from its parent strains and emits a scent reminiscent of tropical fruits and flowers – more specifically, pineapple. Some note undertones of pine or wood. Its harvest-ready buds are a bright blue-green, with jetting amber pistils and a thin layer of crystal trichomes.
Hawaiian Haze is the result of breeding the two sativas Hawaiian and Haze together.
THC levels average in the 20s, with some crops reaping in at 26%. Its high will cause the consumer to become talkative and more social, being a great strain to use while out having a fun time with friends. It can be consumed in the day or at night, since it won’t cause drowsiness. Both concentration and focus will improve, though it may not be on what you had planned it for as the mind’s thoughts may run. However, Hawaiian Haze can and will make any bad day seemingly better so long as consuming at tolerance level.
Negative side-effects include dizziness, headache, and paranoia along with the normal dry mouth and eyes.
It takes between 13-14 weeks for Hawaiian Haze to fully flower, so only patient cultivators should farm this strain.
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