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Hawaiian Haze hemp flower is a Sativa-dominant strain that will impress you with its bright green buds and fruity aroma. At 14.5% total CBD, Hawaiian Haze is also a great strain for folks new to hemp flower or for users who want a quick pick me up in the middle of their day.
Hawaiian Haze hemp flower is one of the original smokable hemp flower strains and has won a host of awards including 1st place at the 2020 High Times Hemp Cup, 1st place at the 2020 Outstanding Terpenes Golden Grow Awards, and 3rd place at the 2021 High Times Hemp Cup.
Hawaiian Haze Genetics
DC Haze “CC” x Early Resin Berry (ERB) | Oregon CBD Seeds
Like many high-yielding hemp flower strains, Hawaiian Haze hemp flower can trace its lineage back to some stable and proven cannabis strains. Over time, geneticists bred the THC out of the parent cultivars and encouraged CBD production. This technique created, high-CBD buds that look, smell, and smoke like traditional cannabis.
What Strain Is Hawaiian Haze?
Hawaiian Haze is one of the original strains from Oregon CBD Seeds. It earned its name from the uniquely fruity aroma that it exudes in the hemp fields. Based on smokability and flavor alone, Hawaiian Haze should be a go-to for all hemp flower smokers.
Is Hawaiian Haze an Indica or Sativa?
Hawaiian Haze hemp flower is a Sativa-dominant hybrid cross. Hawaiian Haze’s “Haze” properties certainly shine through when you smoke it, you can notice the hybrid characteristics in its beefed-up flower structure.
Does Hawaiian Haze Get You High?
Smoking Sunset Lake CBD’s Hawaiian Haze hemp flower will not make you feel high or intoxicated.
To be considered hemp flower and not marijuana, smokable hemp must contain less than 0.3% d9-THC by dry weight. Instead of feeling high, as you would with traditional marijuana, you might feel much more relaxed or chilled when you smoke Hawaiian Haze.
What Does Hawaiian Haze Feel Like?
Smoking Sunset Lake CBD’s Hawaiian Haze hemp flower is good for morning and daytime use. Hawaiian Haze hemp flower may make you feel energized and clearheaded.
What Does Hawaiian Haze Smell Like?
This year’s Hawaiian Haze smells wonderfully tropical. Imagine a basketful of citrus and ripe peaches piled high.
I really like, and enjoy this product. After work, I can’t really wait for an edible. A couple of tokes of Haze, and my knee pain eases, I feel relaxed, and it helps me cope with my PTSD. love the smell, and flavor to boot.
If you got kids around you may not want them watching you roll doobies. By all means, buy the pre rolls if it’s more convenient for you. That said, I never thought I would forget how to twist a roll but it does take some getting use to. Most of us would rather burn a roll that mess with gumming up a pipes and all that maintenance. Everyone has their method how they like storage of their smoke. I like mason jars in about 60 percent humidity in the room. To each their own, do you like fatty’s or skinny’s depends on your situation. I find rolls to be the best delivery system for my needs. By the end of the month, I find the 2020 Hawaiian Haze Hemp Flower Smalls does not tire of the taste and effect of the CDB. I can say I burned a half pound this year and look forward to smoking the next half pound.
Very nice. Healthy.
I also use Hemp oil and
Other cannabis products, sometimes mixing
Together with the “Haze“, I have had great success stopping some chronic pain I’ve had forever. I can recommend the flower. “Hawaiian Haze.”
I’ve tried Hawaiian Haze from a half dozen other places but nothing like this. Smells and taste really fruity and gave the most pleasant and unique effect of being totally at peace and comfy. Extremely smooth smoke too, even when taking a huge bong rip. Vaping it was like inhaling a tropical fruit forest. Perfect.
Found it to be great smelling and relaxing for my partner who gets very bothered by THC. Good price and quality
Hawaiian Haze Terpene Profile
Hawaiian Haze is a myrcene-dominant cultivar, accounting for about half of the terpene weight in this year’s testing sample. The second and third most common terpenes are alpha-pinene and beta-caryophyllene, respectively.
When myrcene is taken with CBD, it’s thought to contribute to the “couch lock” effect, leading many to believe that myrcene may have some sedative effects. Myrcene is also commonly found in mangos and thyme.
Finding pinene as one of the three top terpenes in a hemp cultivar is quite rare— even though it’s the most abundant terpene found in the natural world. Responsible for, you guessed it, pine smell, pinene is thought to be a bronchodilator meaning that it helps open your airways.
Beta-caryophyllene is an interesting terpene as it’s the only terpene to also interact with your endocannabinoid system and provide anti-inflammatory effects. This terpene helps add a bit of spice to Hawaiian Haze’s profile as it’s also found in black pepper and cinnamon.
We germinated our Cherry Abacus hemp flower in our greenhouses up in Vermont’s Champlain Islands. Once they were big enough to transplant, we moved the Hawaiian Haze seedlings to the middle of our fields right in front of our greenhouses.
We did not use any pesticides at any point during germination, growing, flowering or harvesting. Instead, with guidance from the University of Vermont extension school, we used an integrated pest management system and employed the use of Trichogramma parasitic wasps, assassin bugs, and ladybugs to control unwanted pests. We only used organic fertilizer that we secured from our main farm in Alburgh Vermont.
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