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Strain ReviewHawaiian Haze and the “Aloha” of it All

Hawaiian Haze and the “Aloha” of it All

Often grown in Oregon, the hemp strain, Hawaiian Haze is sativa dominant with a range of 15% to 21% CBD content and within the legal limit of 0.3% THC.

In the Beginning and History

The beginning of this hemp strains may not be clear as to its lineage. Hawaiian Haze CBD in as mystical as the aromas and scents it exudes. The myths which seem most likely to be true is that it was developed and bred first in the mineral-rich volcanic soil of Hawaiian itself. This strain’s exotic tropical flavors and unrelenting effects.

Experiencing the Sensation

Hawaiian Haze CBD users report a span of sensations from “head in the clouds” to simply a “more social feeling” for the evening with friends. The smooth floral smell of the tropics can put the user in a full daydream mode to imagine that perfect island getaway or bathing in the mineral springs of the spa. Prior users recommend not using it in the evening because of its ability to energize.

The aromatherapy experience when Hawaiian Haze is lit up provides fragrances exploding juicy peach and hints of lavender.  Hawaiian Haze smoke experience is a rich, but in no way is it cough-inducing, important for the ones to know who have respiratory sensitivities.  This hemp flower strain of Hawaiian Haze gives a pleasureful experience.

Hawaiian Haze Genetics

The hemp plant has variations of CBD concentrations, flower size and differences in bud density. Hawaiian Haze varies from a fluffy flower to a very dense bud.  The genetics come from the Hawaiian parent and the Haze parent so combine into the benefit-laden Hawaiian Haze hybrid strain. This hemp plant is a slow grower but grows tall in 12 to 14 weeks with thin light green leaves. The more patient grower goes for this particular strain.  The prevalent terpene, myrcene, is also in the mango fruit with the same taste.  This hemp flower strain also supports other terpenes such as Pinene and Bisabolol all of which lend themselves to a spicy touch of the peppery beta-Caryophyllene.

The Aroma of it All

The CBD Hemp Flower, Hawaiian Haze, presses to the sharp aroma of pineapple/citrus \’\’and back ended with wafts of earthy floral.

Hawaiian Haze CBD Benefits 

Therapeutic benefits include relief from body aches \’\’and mild pain. After experimenting with many types of pain medications, one user reported amazing relief from shoulder and back pain in a short period of time.

Hawaiian Haze CBD effectively reduces stress, depression \’\’and mild anxiety. It is the strain that helps to eliminate fatigue and lethargy from minds \’\’and bodies. When cancer patients are going through treatments one of the side effects is loss of appetite. Some hits of Hawaiian Haze can bring on hunger \’\’and a renewed appetite as well as reducing nausea.

My Concluding Words

Hawaiian Haze delights, soothes and relieves. It is one of the high-CBD hemp flowers that gives a relatively quick response. A low dosage response socially energizes; while a high dose has the response of relaxation, less stress \’\’and restful sensation.

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Sharon has been writing her heart out since she was 10 years of age when she wrote up a story about a 3,000 acre forest fire she and her family witnessed. In 1995 when she found herself divorced with a 3-year-old daughter, Ruth, she decided to try writing for money. You can read more of Sharon's writings at this here. http://www.contena.co/profiles/7f951ca0405ae25bcf1e She carved a niche in the Continuing Education market and for the next 20 plus years she wrote courses for C.E. providers all over the United States. Blogging is now her new love. Particularly suited to writing about CBD because for two years she was crippled with osteoarthritis in her ankles and feet until someone introduced her to CBD. Today she walks and bikes because of this natural compound of CBD.

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