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Loaded with tropical terpenes, Hawaiian Haze instantly dazzles users with its pungent Polynesian aromatics. Unsurprisingly, tropical fruits like pineapple and papaya pack a powerful punch in this strain’s flavor profile. Discerning smokers might also notice subtler floral notes when smoking Hawaiian Haze hemp. As for effects, Hawaiian Haze is considered a social high and tends to give users a heady sensation.
- Sativa - Uplifting
- 22.7% Total CBD
- Top Shelf Oregon Grown CBD Hemp Flower
- Lab Tested for Purity and Compliance
- 50 State Legal
- Federal Farm Bill Compliant - Less Than 0.3% Delta-9 THC
How to use:
1. Add to your Teas.
2. Create CBD Oil.
3. Roll it up and enjoy.
The last option is the one we least suggest as smoking is not healthy for your body any way you look at it. However, you can use this to cut your spending cost on cannabis as this flower can help you stretch you THC while simultaneously balancing the unnatural high. Did you know that the cannabis today has over 200% more THC than what it used to? Find out more about this amazing plant by watching the Netflix Series episode HERE
Hawaiian Haze: Aroma and Taste
Clocking in at 22.70% total potential CBD, Hawaiian Haze is a Sativa-dominant CBD hemp flower perfect for a get-up-and-go smoke. It’s fitting that Hawaiian Haze’s fruity profile pairs brilliantly with a tall glass of orange juice.
The nose on this Hawaiian Haze is quite pleasant: light fruity and floral with a hint of sharp citrus.
This Hawaiian Haze hemp flower was grown with minimal cover cropping this year. No pesticides were used during the growing or production of this flower. We used Trichogramma parasitic wasps and assassin bugs to control unwanted pest populations and used diluted apple cider vinegar to prevent the growth of unwanted fungi.
The top three terpenes tested in our Hawaiian Haze are:
𝛃-Myrcene - Also found in mango and hops, Myrcene has long been used in some cultures as a sedative and muscle relaxant. Myrcene is also responsible for beer’s peppery and balsam aroma.
𝛃-Caryophyllene - Commonly found in cloves, hops, and rosemary, beta-caryophyllene has the distinctive spiciness of black pepper.
ɑ-Pinene - Especially aromatic, Pinene is a terpene that smells a lot like pine trees. It can be found in a few of our favorites— pine needles, rosemary, basil, and orange peels.