Butterscotch Hawaiian Aka BHaw

Butterscotch Hawaiian (Aka: BHaw) Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
up to 20%
Yield
High
Type
Hybrid
Flowering Period
8 to 9 weeks
Climate
dry, indoors or outdoors
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Medium
Flavors
Sweet

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Butterscotch Hawaiian (Aka: BHaw) Marijuana Seeds Information

Butterscotch Hawaiian aka BHaw, is a hybrid strain but it leans more towards its indica roots. Its breeders or seeders are unknown. Its genetics are an Unknown Hawaiian strain and/or indica hybrid strain. BHaw’s buds have deep purple shade and bright green flowers.

It is one of the cannabis community’s favorite as it explodes with sweet taste and aroma. When taken in, it induces euphoric high, it calms and relaxes anyone who tastes it. Perfect for people with difficulty in sleeping. For evening and night time use.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Butterscotch Hawaiian?

BHaw conveys the flavor of sweetness along with the delicious aroma. When consumed, it envelops your body with a euphoric high, to the point its psychedelic when overdosed. It can induce sleepiness but focused and happy emotion.

What are the medical benefits of Butterscotch Hawaiian?

Butterscotch Hawaiian helps in treating people with appetite loss, insomnia, depression and certain types of stress.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Butterscotch Hawaiian

No recorded or written negative effects for BHaw were discovered but due to its indica genetics, one may need hydration as it may dry the eyes and mouth. If the use was prolonged, it could induce paranoia. Not recommended for first-time smokers but caution is advised if you really are curious about tasting BHaw.

How to Grow Butterscotch Hawaiian? Some information and Tips

To grow Butterscotch Hawaiian, it is recommended to be nurtured in an indoor or outdoor location. With moderate difficulty in growing, advice from experts is necessary. Place it in a well-lit spot, and a guarded environment away from molds and pests.

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