Also known as the Hawaiian Dutch, this sativa-dominant strain (70% sativa/30% indica) produces cone-shaped buds covered in trichomes that are almost as long as its orange pistils. True to its Hawaiian roots, it has a strong fragrance of tropical flowers and fruits, with a hint of citrus peels and a touch of cane sugar. It was the recipient of the Best Sativa award at the 2014 Seattle Cannabis Cup.
The average THC levels range from 17-20%, although some lab tests have shown it to have as high as 27% THC.
Consumers of this strain can expect a quick burst of energy. It is highly effective in uplifting mood, relieving stress, and promoting creativity and contentment. Some users have reported that it is also beneficial for mild pain and muscle spasms. However, it is not uncommon to experience dry mouth, red eyes, and occasional anxiety with this strain.
Due to its sativa characteristics, growers are advised to use the screen of green technique when cultivating the Dutch Hawaiian.
Cannabinoid Lab Data:
– THC: 17-27%
– CBD: <1% History: Bred in the Netherlands, the Dutch Hawaiian is a combination of a Hawaiian landrace strain and the renowned Dutch Treat hybrid.
My Review of the Dutch Hawaiian Strain:
I recently had the pleasure of trying the Dutch Hawaiian strain, and let me tell you, it was an incredible experience! As soon as I lit up, the earthy and citrusy aromas tickled my senses, giving me an immediate sense of relaxation and anticipation. The smooth and flavorful smoke made each inhale a pure delight. The high hit me with a wave of euphoria and bliss, leaving me in a state of utmost relaxation and happiness. The uplifting cerebral effect fueled my creativity and had me feeling focused and inspired. This strain is definitely a must-try for anyone seeking a flavorful and well-rounded experience.