The award-winning Hawaiian Snow, a sativa cannabis strain, emits a tropical floral scent that often tastes of pineapples. Its trichome crystals resemble snow atop its vividly green buds that resemble the mountain tops of Hawaii.
Hawaiian Snow has three Haze parent strains – the sativa Haze, the sativa Hawaiian Haze, and the hybrid Neville’s Haze. It was first bred by Green House Seeds.
The high of Hawaiian Snow is known to produce strong and lightheaded cerebral effects that leave the mind foggy but in an elevated euphoria. Energy and creativity are often lovely effects of this strain, making it ideal for musicians, artists, and the like. It will produce a calming effect on the body. It can be consumed throughout the day, so long as tolerance is known to avoid a mindset that’s too foggy to keep one’s short-term memory. Hawaiian Snow will cause the munchies and help with easing headaches.
The negative effects of this strain besides the usual dry mouth and eyes are dizziness, paranoia, and anxiety if too much is consumed.
Growers should be aware Hawaiian Snow can take up to eleven weeks to flower.
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