The Hawaiian Sativa strain is a pure sativa cannabis strain. It has a scent and taste that reminds one of citrus or tropical fruits with underlying earthy or woody notes. Some people also detect hints of peach and mint. The buds of this strain are banana-shaped and covered in resin, which is why it is sometimes called “banana pot.” The parent strains of Hawaiian Sativa are unknown at the moment.
This strain has THC levels that can go up to 21%. When consumed, it produces a cerebral high with minimal physical effects, apart from a slight relief from aches and pains. It induces a sense of euphoria and boosts creativity, uplifting the spirits and creating a happy state of being. Unlike some other sativas, it doesn’t cause excessive mental fixation and can be consumed throughout the day to energize and focus.
Common side effects include dry mouth and dry eyes, which are normal. However, some people may experience dizziness, headaches, or paranoia if they consume too much of this strain at once. It’s worth noting that such negative side effects are rare with this particular strain.
Cultivating Hawaiian Sativa requires patience as it takes about 11 to 12 weeks to fully flower.
My Review of the Hawaiian Sativa Strain:
I recently had the pleasure of indulging in the Hawaiian Sativa strain, and oh boy, what an experience! As I took my first puff, a wave of tropical flavors engulfed my palate, transporting me straight to the white sandy beaches of Hawaii. The uplifting high hit me almost instantly, leaving me in a state of pure bliss and creative euphoria. The sweet and earthy aroma lingered, filling the room with a captivating scent. Time seemed to slow down as I became immersed in a euphoric state of relaxation, making it the perfect companion for a lazy day on the beach or a creative project. Mahalo, Hawaiian Sativa, for this incredible journey!