A 2003 Cannabis Cup winner, This strain is a trifecta of Haze genetics, combining Neville’s Haze, Pure Haze, and Hawaiian Haze into one superior sativa line. It has all the features one might expect from its genetic lineage: a tall, stretchy structure, slow flowering time (up to 14 weeks), intense spicy-incense aroma with hints of citrus and eucalyptus, and generous amounts of THC.
First bred by Green House Seeds,This strain is a three-way cross of Purple Haze, Hawaiian Haze, and Neville’s Haze. Its flavor is characterized by sweet tropical pine with a citrus hint. The strain is 100% sativa with users describing a creative and energizing high that fades into a euphoric dreaminess.
With heavy THC content and a delightfully sweet flavor palate, Hawaiian Snow won multiple Cannabis Cup prizes in 2003, 2007, and 2011.
Hawaiian Snow is a pure Sativa strain that has placed first in many competitions and is known to sport a THC count of up to 24%. This strain is a Haze because of its strong, cloudy, and lightheaded cerebral effects.
Hawaiian Snow’s elevated moods are often accompanied by energy and creativity. These waves of euphoria start in the mind and radiate out to calm and soothe the body. Some users experience powerful munchies, and others find the cerebral effects to be intense and exhilarating. This strain has piney and floral flavors. Negative effects may include cotton mouth, dry eyes, dizziness, paranoia or anxiety.
Ideal for use during the daytime, This strain is most often recommended to those with stress, anxiety, and depression.
The bodily effects, however, are also useful for easing chronic aches such as joint pain. The strain may also reduce inflammation. Patients sometimes use it to lessen nausea and combat eating disorders. To a lesser degree, it is used to help with migraines, glaucoma, headaches, and insomnia.
This Strain is descended entirely from Hazes, particularly pure Haze, Hawaiian Haze, and Neville’s Haze. Bred by Green House Seeds, the strain can grow both indoors and out. Indoors, these plants flower for up to eleven weeks and can produce up to 700 grams per square meter. Outside, they are usually ready in June in the Southern hemisphere.
In the Northern hemisphere, they are ready between October and November and may yield up to 1200 grams per plant.