Hawaiian Haze Feminized Seeds
🛒 Purchased 69 times today
🔥 Purchased 386 times this week
While Hawaiian Haze cannabis seeds can’t exactly send you on a tropical island getaway, they can grow into a strain that can have you feeling as happy and relaxed as if you were on some volcanic island in the Pacific.
Hawaiian Haze, which is a near-pure sativa, is a cross between Hawaiian and Haze, hence its name. Once you experience its delightful effects, you’ll quickly understand why this is such a fan favorite.
What are the effects of Hawaiian Haze cannabis?
With Hawaiian Haze cannabis seeds you’ll be able to cultivate plants with a 90:10 sativa/indica ratio that contain an astounding THC content of 25%.
Known for taking users on an immensely happy and enjoyably trippy ride, Hawaiian Haze cannabis is consistently rated by users as being phenomenally remarkable. Hawaiian Haze makes for ideal daytime usage, or when going out at night, as it tends to turn users into merry chatterboxes with seemingly boundless energy who want to share their positive vibes with everyone they meet.
Improved concentration and focus are also commonly experienced by users. This highly social strain is also the perfect mood booster if you’re having “one of those days.” With such a low percentage of indica, Hawaiian Haze is not going to have you nodding off at dinner with your friend or be sending you to bed anytime soon.
What are the therapeutic benefits of Hawaiian Haze cannabis?
Hawaiian Haze’s low CBD content does not at all disqualify it as a serious contender in the medical cannabis community. In fact, many medical marijuana patients report that its massive upbeat and bliss-inducing properties make it especially effective in allowing patients who struggle with various mental health disorders like stress experience a positive shift in their thoughts and feelings.
As a rousing 90% sativa, it combat physical ailments. Hawaiian Haze is also said to help relief include chronic aches, nausea, and loss of appetite.
What does Hawaiian Haze taste like?
With Hawaiian as a parent strain, it makes sense that Hawaiian Haze is renowned for its harmonious blend of tropical smells and flavors. However, while its fragrance is more tropical floral, its flavor is that of tropical fruits like pineapples and peaches. This isn’t to say Hawaiian Haze lacks any floral notes, as many often pick up on hints of lavender. Combined with all of these amazing tastes are those of wood and pine, which serve to wonderfully complement its aforementioned flavors.
How do I grow Hawaiian Haze cannabis seeds?
For a variety of reasons, Hawaiian Haze is not a good candidate for novice and inexperienced growers, and definitely requires those who have both patience and are at least in the medium skill level range. Since all Growers Choice cannabis seeds are feminized, the chances of ending up with plants that are duds are incredibly low—somewhere in the 10% range.
It’s best to stick to indoor growing with this one, where you can and will need to keep it on a 12/12 light cycle. Using the Sea of Green (SoG) is highly recommended.
Due to its long growing time, Hawaiian Haze is generally considered a better option for those who do specialty grows as opposed to solely commercial.
What do Hawaiian Haze cannabis plants look like?
True to its sativa genetics, Hawaiian Haze grows to be quite tall. Its buds are something of a blend of both indica and sativa structural traits as they are dense in structure like an indica but also light and airy like a sativa.
Hawaiian Haze produces narrow and columnar nuggets that are vibrant shades of bluish-green with a plethora of eye-catching long and twisty orange and amber hairs. Its stunning buds are softly dusted in a fine layer of crystal trichomes.
When to harvest your Hawaiian Haze cannabis plant
With average-sized yields and a very long grow time, Hawaiian Haze isn’t for the impatient nor inexperienced grower. This is definitely a specialty kind of strain that skilled cultivators who aren’t in a hurry to reap a harvest will really be glad they invested the time and effort to nurture.
This indoor grower takes anywhere from 13-14 weeks to flower with a yield of 350 grams per square meter. However, using SoG may help to slightly increase harvest sizes.
Even though Hawaiian Haze should be grown indoors, if for some reason you still prefer to try doing so outside, it should be harvest-ready near the end of November with a yield of 350 grams per plant.
Cannabis strains similar to Hawaiian Haze
- Hawaiian this tropical sativa-leaning treat claims Hawaiian Haze as an offspring
- Haze this vintage Santa Cruz, sativa-dominant hybrid is Hawaiian Haze’s other famous parent strain
- Maui a relative of Hawaiian Haze that also has Hawaiian as a parent strain and the same 90:10 sativa/indica ratio
- Lamb’s Bread another 90% sativa that’s euphoria-driven and will get your creative juices flowing
- Kali Mist this award-winning, wake-and-bake hybrid also has a 90:10 sativa/indica ratio