The well-balanced hybrid cannabis strain Haole derives its name from the Hawaiian word that means “foreigner” or rather, anything that isn’t native to the islands of Hawaii. Its buds are a mossy green with hues of purple and caked with trichomes when ready for harvest.
Haole emits a sweet and earthy fragrance that’s similar to spice cake with a taste that’s equally appealing.
THC content of this strain is average, with many crops varying in percentage. Though a hybrid, its high is known to create more indica effects than sativa, relieving stress and relaxing both body and mind into a mild trance that descends into a calm sleepiness. It’s a great strain for fighting aches, pains, insomnia, and nausea.
Reviewers have remarked that this hybrid doesn’t bring on any of negative effects most can, such as paranoia, anxiety, or dizziness. The only negative effects are the typical dry eyes and mouth.
Growing Haole is a great choice for novice growers, being easy to maintain and sold to consumers of all kinds.
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The parent strains of Haole are the sativa Maui Waui and the indica LA Confidential. It first bred under the care of breeder Reserva Privada.