The pure sativa cannabis strain Hawaiian Sativa produces a scent and flavor reminiscent of citrus or tropical fruits with earthy or woody undertones. Some note hints of peach and/or mint. It’s also known as “banana pot” because of its thick banana-shaped buds that’re covered in resin.
Hawaiian Sativa’s parent strains are currently shrouded in mystery.
THC levels are known to reach up to 21%. Its high is known to be cerebral, with barely any physical effects to note except slight alleviation of aches and pains. It will create a sense of euphoria accompanied with a boost in creativity as spirits are uplifted into a happy state of being. This strain can be consumed throughout the day, as it will help energize and focus, rarely pulling the mind into a mental fixation like some sativas are known to do.
While dry mouth and eyes are normal, some have reported dizziness, headache, or paranoia when too much is consumed at once though such ill side-effects are rare with this strain.
Hawaiian Sativa is not for the impatient cultivator as it takes about 11 to 12 weeks to fully flower.
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