Hawaiian Punch Strain
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Hawaiian Punch weed is a real thing, and it’s the perfect name for this strain of marijuana that is as potent as it is flavorful. This Sativa-dominant strain originated in Hawaii and has been around since the 1930s. Thanks to its tropical origins from the Hawaiian parent, Hawaiian Punch delivers a “punch” not unlike the most righteous wave in Hawaii.
The effects of Hawaiian Punch are typically characterized as potent and long-lasting. The high begins with a heady euphoria, which can lead to feelings of laughter or even giddiness. As the high progress, these feelings subside and can be replaced by an uplifting sense of creative inspiration and motivation. This creativity can help stimulate a great deal of conversation and socialization.
Medical marijuana patients who enjoy the effects of Hawaiian Punch often experience an uptick in appetite and can find that taking this strain can help with pain and stress management.
The adverse effects of Hawaiian Punch include dry mouth, dizziness, and muscle tension. The THC levels range from around 18-22%. Like many other strains, Hawaiian Punch is fairly easy to grow but yields a great deal more top-shelf bud than any normal plant.
Terpenes are fragrant compounds found in the flowers, leaves, and buds of certain plants. The aroma of Hawaiian Punch is both earthy and robust, making it a lovely option for those who like their marijuana to have a fulfilling aroma and an enjoyable flavor. Flowering time is 55-60 days.
Growing this strain can be very simple. It is a light-green plant with intensely colorful flowers. It grows best outdoors in a warm environment and can be cultivated indoors with bright light and moderate amounts of light. Hawaiian Punch is an auto-flowering strain, so once it’s ready to flower, it will grow all on its own without any need for intervention.
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