Saturday, October 15, 2011

Bud of the Week - Hawaiian Snow

    About as rare as its namesake, Hawaiian Snow has become a favorite choice among connoisseurs of the haze variety.  Its parentage include three types of haze: Hawaiian, Pure, and Neville's.  The heavy-haze gives the user everything they would expect from a sativa - an uplifting, "I need to go accomplish something" stimulation with feelings of well-being.
     Growers will find Hawaiian Snow to be an ideal indoor grow due to its long grow cycle (unless tropical weather is typical of the area).  Like a typical sativa, this plant will need plenty of space and time.  Hawaiian Snow is best suited for the grower who has plenty of patience as the flowering stage can last over 14 weeks.
     Hawaiian Snow's aroma reminds one of spicy or musty pine, even astringent-like.  The flavor is described as being minty / musky with hints of lemongrass and moss.

Medicinal Uses: Chronic Pain, Cancer, Nausea, Crohn's Disease, GI Problems, Depression, MS, Migraines 

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