Pungent tropical fruity flavors are the hallmark of the Hawaiian Haze CBD strain. Its smell has a hint of pine and pepper. These rich scents come from the plant’s terpenes. Terpenes like myrcene and alpha-pinene are thought to add unique aromas, flavors, and benefits.
Hawaiian Haze CBD buds are airy and vibrant green with streaks of bright orange pistils. The effects of Hawaiian Haze CBD are said to be uplifting and energizing. However, individual effects may vary. Our Hawaiian Haze CBD hemp flower has high levels of CBD within the legal hemp THC limits (< 0.3% delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol).
While Hawaiian Haze CBD is federally legal, it does look, smell, and feel a lot like the marijuana strain Hawaiian Haze. Please take care in handling hemp flower products with this in mind.
*1st Place 2020 High Times Hemp Cup*
Visitors to our field trials gravitated towards this plant in particular and reminisced about the truly special flavors emanate from imported Hawaiian flowers (betacarypholene and humulene are key secondary and tertiary terpenes). Hawaiian Haze brings farmers a unique opportunity to grow equatorially-inspired, long season flavors at any latitude and to do so with large yielding, modern hybrid flower structure.
- Excellent field ready strain for biomass as well as fresh cut flowers
- Unique terpene profile that oozes tropical funk
- High yielding with large medium density buds
Bubba’s stocky plant stature and bulky bud structure suggest Afghani descent, but its genetic origins aren’t certain. The breeder whom this strain was named after states that Bubba Kush emerged just after 1996, when an OG Kush pollinated an unknown indica strain obtained in New Orleans. The mother plant was supposedly Northern Lights, but the genetically ambiguous indica was simply called “Bubba.” Bubba Kush has flourished from its California roots ever since.
WHAT IS DELTA 8 THC?
Delta 8 THC is an isomer of CBD and another cannabinoid found in hemp and hemp extracts. While Delta 8 THC and Delta 9 THC have similar names, they are distinctly different compounds with distinctly different characteristics, and there are clear-cut reasons why delta 8 THC was made fully federally legal by H.R. 2: The Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 and delta 9 THC was limited to a maximum content of 0.3%.