Based on a slang term, this strain’s “fire” makes it notably great cannabis. Hawaiian Fire is rumored to have originated from Maui. It has a lineage of Hawaiian strain and the other unknown as of this time. An aroma of fruits, spices, and sweet, it has resinous buds and lengthy sticky sepals.
Flavor and Effects of Hawaiian Fire
Hawaiian Fire offers a concoction of tropical flavors of sweet, mango, grapefruit, and strawberry.
With a high THC level of up to 25%, Hawaiian fire is suitable for daytime use. Its balanced Indica and Sativa nature boosts energy, uplifts your mood and keep you focused. This will be followed by body relaxation and an increase in appetite. It makes you friendly and talkative at the same time. Both beginners and experienced smokers can pair this with activities such as going out with friends and attending social gatherings.
Medical Benefits of Hawaiian Fire
Hawaiian fire is medically known to help in conditions where tension and unhappy feelings linger. Its euphoric and relaxing properties help reduce stress, depression, headaches, muscle tension, fatigue, loss of appetite, insomnia, and pain.
Negative Effects of Hawaiian Fire.
Just like any other marijuana strain, Hawaiian Fire presents with side effects such as cottonmouth and dry, itchy eyes, which are classic symptoms of dehydration. As a remedy for these, hydration is needed. You have to increase your water intake to lessen the mentioned adverse reactions. Additionally, headaches, dizzy spells and worse, paranoia can happen if you have a low tolerance to the strain or if you use and abuse.
Growing Hawaiian Fire
Just like any other Sativa strain, Hawaiian fire is most likely grown the same way as its parent, the Hawaiian strain. You can expect for just above average yield and no more. Indoors, flowering time takes around 10 weeks. Harvest gives a yield of about 4-8 ounces per square meter.
Outdoors, expect the plant to flower around the end of October. The yield produces per plant is around 8 ounces.