Yo, what’s the deal, it’s your boy Dan, and today we’re gonna be talking about the Blue Hawaiian strain. Just like the tropical drink, this fire bud has a sweet and fruity flavor profile with hints of berry, pineapple, and even a little woodsy pine on the exhale. If you’re looking for a strain that’ll have you feeling like you’re chillin’ by the pool at a luxury resort, then look no further than Blue Hawaiian.
This strain is great for helping with chronic pain, migraines, and stress. And let me tell you, the effects are straight-up euphoric and uplifting. You’ll be feelin’ happy as hell after a few hits of this magical plant. Plus, it’s perfect for socializing – just don’t overdo it or you might experience some psychedelic-like effects. This ain’t no beginner strain, homie.
One thing to keep in mind is that Blue Hawaiian is a creeper. Don’t be fooled by the slow onset of its effects because they will hit you hard if you’re not careful. But once they do kick in, you’ll feel nice and relaxed without being completely couch-locked.
The smell of Blue Hawaiian is fruity and sweet with a mix of lemon and pineapple. Some people even detect a musky blueberry scent. And let me tell you, the taste is just as delicious as it smells. You’ll feel like you’re sippin’ on a Blue Hawaiian cocktail at a fancy resort.
When it comes to appearance, this strain has tightly coiled lime-green leaves with dense buds covered in sticky trichomes. Some phenotypes even turn bluish or purplish due to anthocyanin pigments. The orange pistils add a nice pop of color too.
Now, if you wanna grow some Blue Hawaiian for yourself, seeds are available online or you can get a cutting from a mature plant. It can be grown indoors or outdoors, but keep in mind that it can get pretty tall. You’ll need to train it early and do some regular pruning to keep it in check.
Blue Hawaiian plants thrive in warm and sunny climates with average daily temperatures of around 70 degrees Fahrenheit. If you shock the plant just before flowering by exposing it to low nighttime temps, you’ll bring out those beautiful bluish and purplish colors.
Indoor flowering takes between 9-10 weeks and can yield up to 20 ounces per square meter. Outdoor growers can expect at least 24 ounces per plant.
When it comes to THC content, Blue Hawaiian ranges from 15-20%, but some samples have been recorded with a whopping 24% THC. And the CBD content is relatively low at between 0.10-0.30%.
Blue Hawaiian is great for managing stress and even chronic pain conditions like arthritis. However, it’s not the best for relieving nausea. Just keep in mind that you might experience dry mouth and eyes, as well as some dizziness or anxiety if you overdo it.
In conclusion, Blue Hawaiian is a delicious and potent strain that’s perfect for socializing and relaxing. Just make sure you don’t underestimate its effects and start slow if you’re a beginner. Get yourself some seeds or a cutting and start growing this tropical gem today. Peace out, my dudes!