Hawaii White

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Indica
  • Flowering Period:
    ><50 days
  • Climate:
    Indoors, Outdoors
  • Yield:
    Average
  • Flavors:
    Peppery, Musky Hash, Floral
  • THC Content:
    High
  • Height:
    Short
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Easy

Strain Information

The Hawaii White leans more towards the Indica variety. Its genes come from the combined phenotypes of Hawaii and White Widow. This strain grows short with limited branches and few leaves. Although it shows less, it produces compact, numerous buds with high resin. It also shows on the leaves and on its flowers, along with white amber hairs and crystal trichomes. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Hawaii White?

The flavors of this strain are common and can easily be found in any other strain. However, its effects are commendable. It has a peppery, musky hash and mild floral tastes. After a couple of smoke, you can feel an intense physical high yet very relaxing. It turns euphoric and calm after a while. 

What are the Medical Effects of Hawaii White?

This strain is essential and beneficial in treating patients with medical conditions such as depression, anxiety, gastrointestinal disorders, arthritis, inflammation, and chronic pains. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Hawaii White?

Cannabis has more possibility of producing negative effects on your brain and body due to its narcotic content. If consumed wisely, it only gives off minimal side effects and does not stay for long. You can expect to experience paranoia, palpitation, an increase in heart rate, hunger, dizziness or headache, sensitivity, and mood swings. All these can be experienced during the sedation effect. After it goes off in your system, you might experience a hangover.

How to Grow Hawaii White?

The Hawaii White can easily be planted indoors or outdoors. It is a short flowering plant and can easily adapt to humid weather. Ideally, you should plant or place it where there is a cool to balanced temperature since they thrive more in cool areas. You can soak them in water or use a hydroponic system after its germination stage.

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