Information about Dutch Hawaiian:
Dutch Hawaiian is a social smoke that is best shared among friends or strangers alike. This sativa dominant strain also has a pretty decent amount of THC that makes it an ideal medicinal strain, with the ability to heal many mental health issues and mood related conditions.
Dutch Hawaiian is a sativa-dominant hybrid that was created by the breeders at Top Shelf Seeds. This Seattle native is a cross between fan favorite Dutch Treat and a landrace Hawaiian sativa, together creating a fruity and pleasantly fragranced hybrid that is uplifting and energizing.
This tall plant is infinitely soothing, while being uplifting, making it a popular choice for those users who plan to veg out while also staying attentive and clear-headed. Dutch Hawaiian can make you feel more social than usual and will have you sharing jokes like a pro, with anyone who will listen.
Information about Dutch Hawaiian:
|ORIGIN||Dutch Treat mixed with Hawaiian sativa|
|EFFECTS||happy – 10
uplifted – 9
relaxed – 5
hungry – 5
talkative – 4
|ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)||dry mouth – 10
dry eyes – 9
anxious – 5
headache – 1
paranoia – 1
|FRAGRANCE||citrus, earthy, floral, spicy|
|FLAVORS||citrus, tropical, pineapple, grapefruit, pine, sweet|
|MEDICAL||stress – 10
depression – 8
fatigue – 7
nausea – 7
pain – 6
|FLOWERING TIME INDOORS|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS||end of September to mid October|
|THC CONTENT %||17%-23%|
|INDICA / SATIVA %||30% / 70%|
|INDOOR YIELD||14oz/ m2|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||18oz/ plant|
|CLIMATE||warm and temperate Mediterranean outdoor climate|
|RESISTANCE TO DISEASE||resistant to common molds and mildew|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
Dutch Hawaiian is a happy-go-lucky kind of smoke, that will set you off into a more positive direction, so it is highly recommended to those who need a pick-me-upper. This sativa dominant strain is great at making you feel reenergized and inspired, with a brand new set of ideas swirling around your head.
This sativa dominant strain is a reliable uplifting strain that can take your day from being dowdy and uninspiring to being more vibrant and colorful. Dutch Hawaiian is a fruity hybrid that is relaxing, without making you feel heavy and weighed down, because of its strong sativa dominant effects.
Dutch Hawaiian can also make you feel quite hungry and bowled over by a case of the munchies, so don’t be surprised if you find yourself near the fridge at one point. This hybrid is an ideal choice to be shared among good friends, as it can make you feel more talkative and social than usual, great for if you are normally the shy type.
Dutch Hawaiian is famous everywhere for its tropical aroma that will turn you into an instant fan. Its presence is strong and prominent, and your mouth is sure to water as soon as you detect the hints of floral and spicy in the air, mixed with an earthy citrus that you won’t soon forget.
Dutch Hawaiian has one of the most interesting and flavorful combinations you will encounter. It fully represents its Hawaiian roots by tasting like sweet pineapple and citrus. On the exhale you will taste a strong hint of grapefruit, along with a sweet pine, tasting exotic and tropical on your tongue.
This sativa dominant strain may leave you feeling a little anxious, as its uplifting effects can often feel a little overwhelming to some users. Dutch Hawaiian is most likely going to simply make you a little fidgety and can in some rare cases end with a little headache.
Dutch Hawaiian is a potent smoke, and is most definitely going to make you feel a little parched and dehydrated. You are sure to experience a dry mouth, complete with dry and itchy eyes, so it is definitely recommended for you to have some liquids at hand in order to quench your thirst.
Dutch Hawaiian has proven itself to be very useful to patients with a number of different conditions. This sativa hybrid is uplifting while allowing the mind to relax itself, and is therefore preferred by patients who struggle to soothe their bouts of chronic stress and anxiety.
This hybrid can also make patients who suffer from depression feel more positively and hopeful about their lives, by making them feel more clear headed and as a result more in control of their emotions. Dutch Hawaiian can make them feel more inspired and motivated as usual, allowing them to be more productive.
Dutch Hawaiian can also help cancer patients who have undergone radiation and chemotherapy, and as a result feel nauseous and lose their appetites. This strain can induce the munchies and allow them to eat with more gusto, as well as help them stay alert and awake, in case of chronic fatigue.
Dutch Hawaiian grown indoors can yield an average of about 14 ounces of fresh bud per square meter planted. This hybrid can be expected to be ready for a harvest around 8 to 9 weeks into flowering.
This hybrid is sure to flower throughout the summer and be ready for a harvest around the end of September to the middle of October, yielding an average of about 18 ounces of bud per plant.
Have you ever smoked or grown your own Dutch Hawaiian? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.
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