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Blue Hawaiian is a powerful cannabis strain obtained by cross-breeding the ever-popular Blueberry and a sativa strain of Hawaiian origin called Landrace. Blue Hawaiian inherits its relaxing properties from its indica heritage while its sativa ancestry is responsible for its invigorating nature. Blue Hawaiian has on an average THC content ranging from 13 to 20 percent, going as high as 24 percent in some cases.
Blue Hawaiian has a tropical, fruity aroma reminiscent of lemon and pineapple with pungent blueberry undertones. When smoked it leaves piney and woody aftertaste.
In spite of having Indica roots, Blue Hawaiian doesn’t induce couch lock. Blue Hawaiian’s trip builds up gradually before hitting the user with full force in a span of several minutes. Users at first experience a remarkable improvement in mood followed by a warm tingling sensation that slowly spreads throughout the body. Blue Hawaiian can bring about extraordinary tripping experiences like dilation of space and time and distortion of vision.
Blue Hawaiian has outstanding healing properties. It can be used to treat anxiety, stress, depression, and pains.
What are cannabis strains? They are either pure or hybrid varieties of the plant genus cannabis, which includes the species C. sativa, C. indica, and C. ruderalis. To learn more, check out Marijuana Doctors’ directory of cannabis strains so you can identify which meets your health requirements best.