Hawaiian Haze is a Sativa dominant strain with strong fruity smell and mild floral notes. This premium hemp will help you relax with clarity and focus.
What is Hawaiian Haze Hemp Flower?
The Hawaiian Haze hemp flower is a Sativa dominant strain that packs a punch in terms of CBD, CBG, and terpenes. It boasts 6 different cannabinoids, and 14mg of terpenes per gram, in addition to unusually high CBD content.
Hawaiian Haze hemp flower has a strong fruity aroma that many describe as being like tropical fruit (pineapple and mango primarily), and its taste is smooth and floral. The buds are generally light, airy, and delicate, so you can get more per weight than usual. Each bud has thin leaves and a light green color, often with thin streaks of orange wrapping around it.
How Did Hawaiian Haze Get its Name?
Although Hawaiian Haze’s genetics aren’t fully known, we do know that Hawaiian Haze is the result of crossing Hawaiian and Haze genetics — and thus the name! We can also assume that the name is related to its heady fruity-floral smell and taste.
Hawaiian Haze Effects
Hawaiian Haze hemp flower is great at lending a hand in the clarity and focus department, but what it’s best at is helping with anxiety and general tension. Users describe a talkative and social effect, making it the perfect hemp flower for using before a social event or when you just need a little extra motivation at the beginning of the day.
Hawaiian Haze is a definite daytime strain. If you plan on sleeping, don’t consume it anywhere near bedtime.
Is Hawaiian Haze Legal?
According to lab analysis, our Hawaiian Haze hemp flowers contain about 0.28% delta-9 THC, 0.85% total THC, and 18.63% total CBD.
It may or may not be legal in your state depending on how it interprets the 2018 Farm Bill. The 2018 Farm Bill defines “hemp” as, in part, “acids, […] with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol [(“THC”)] concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis.” Some states interpret this statement to mean that it only applies to delta-9 THC content, while other states interpret it to apply to total THC content.
These are the states where our Hawaiian Haze hemp flower is legal based on its delta-9 THC content:
Terpenes are the organic compounds that are primarily responsible for fragrance in plants, and are what give essential oils their characteristically strong aromas. Although terpenes are mostly associated with strong-smelling plants like pine trees and oranges, Cannabis flowers are well known for and often categorized by their terpene profiles.
Hawaiian Haze hemp flower contains B Caryophyllene, B Myrcene, A Pinene, Guaiol, A Humulene, A Bisabolol, Limonene, Nerolidol, Linalool as its most dominant terpenes. The most pronounced terpene in Hawaiian Haze is myrcene, which is also one of the primary terpenes found in mangoes. This explains Hawaiian Haze’s characteristically tropical, fruity aroma.
Is Hawaiian Haze Hemp Flower Organic?
High quality hemp flowers are organically grown. This ensures that the product is free from insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, and other chemicals that could ruin your experience and potentially harm you.
At Sweet Leaf Hemp Farms, you can rest assured that all of our hemp products, including our Hawaiian Haze hemp flowers, are 100% organic and free from toxic heavy metals. Our mission is to provide only the best hemp flowers online. Aside from flowers that look, smell, and taste amazing, we strive for the utmost in quality to surprise and delight our customers with each order.