Waipio Hapa Marijuana Seeds

Waipi’o Hapa Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
21% - 25%
Yield
283 grams per square meter
Type
Sativa
Flowering Period
8 - 9 weeks
Climate
Warm Climate
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Medium
Flavors
Lemon, lime, menthol, mint, strawberry, sweet

Where To Buy Waipi’o Hapa Marijuana Seeds

Waipi’o Hapa Marijuana Seeds Information

This lovely sativa came from the Waipi’o Valley in Hawaii’s Big Island’s northern part. Waipi’o Hapa, a good strain for farmers, grows rapidly in 8 to 9 weeks for a sativa and usually grows. This strain has energetic results in a true sativa style. Waipi’o Hapa is great for use on a sunny summer afternoon with a pleasant aroma of lime.

What are the flavors and effects of Waipi’o Hapa?

The flavors of Waipi’o Hapa are lemon, lime, menthol, sweet, strawberry, and mint. Consumers identify the Waipi’o Hapa high as a definite creeper as it gives a clear-headed and hyper-sensitive high that can slowly build up and take you by shock as you suddenly realize all that’s going on around you. This will leave you invigorated and energetic but distracted very easily. You might even begin to experience some psychedelic effects if you smoke too much at once. Waipi’o Hapa is said to be the ideal stress for a day at the beach or a nature walk as you would be fully aware of everything you see around you.

What are the medical benefits of Waipi’o Hapa?

This strain also relieves depression, relieves stress, provides great control of pain, and boosts appetite. Waipi’o Hapa is indeed an optimal strain to treat patients with conditions such as chronic pain caused by injury or disease, mild to severe cases of depression, and chronic stress or anxiety.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Waipi’o Hapa

Adverse effects involve having the usual cottonmouth and dry eyes with occasional panic bouts that occur only when too much is ingested (especially in inexperienced consumers).

How to Grow Waipi’o Hapa?

If the cultivator gets a grip on its clone and provides for the plant’s needs, it will result in a bud that has a minty earthy lime taste and aroma. It also has medium-sized bright neon green spade-shaped nugs with minty green patches. These nugs are covered with thin orange hair and a fine layer of resin and milky trichomes.

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