Sour Apple CBD hemp flower is Cannabis Sativa L and it stands tall without any seeds making it very desirable. This hemp plant grows untreated with pesticides or herbicides which is another gold star for this strain. Sour Apple CBD hemp flower strain stands at CBD content of 15.78 % and THC at < 0.16 %.
Sour Apple CBD hemp flower grows long narrow pepper-shaped neon green nugs. These nugs also have patches of dark olive-green leaves and long amber hairs. The nugs are covered in a layer of milky white trichomes and sticky sweet resin making it a delicious CBD hemp flower strain.
Hawaiian Haze CBD hemp flower genetics come from the Hawaiian strain and the Haze strain to combine it all in the benefit laden Hawaiian Haze hybrid strain. This hemp plant is a slow grower but grows tall in 12 to 14 weeks with thin light green leaves. The more patient grower goes for this particular strain. It is often grown in Oregon and is a sativa dominant strain with a range of 15% to 21% CBD content.
Effects of CBD Hemp Flower Strain
Sour Apple CBD hemp flower leaves you motivated and focused with a sense of overwhelming euphoria and social tendencies so it is a great strain for Friday evening party with friends.
Hawaiian Haze CBD hemp flower users report a span of sensations from “head in the clouds” to simply a “more social feeling” for the evening with friends. The smooth floral smell of the tropics can put the user in a full daydream mode to imagine that perfect island getaway or bathing in the mineral springs of the spa. Prior users recommend not using it in the evening because of its ability to energize.
The aromatherapy experience when Hawaiian Haze is lit up provides fragrances exploding juicy peach and hints of lavender. Hawaiian Haze smoke experience is a rich without any cough-inducing effects for those who have respiratory sensitives. This hemp flower strain of Hawaiian Haze gives a pleasureful experience.
Savors of CBD Hemp Flower Strain
Sour Apple CBD hemp flower terpenes are what gives the hemp flower its aroma. However, they are also responsible for some of the therapeutic benefits. The terpenes in Sour Apple CBD hemp flower are as follows:
- Pinene – This is one of the more common terpenes found in cannabis and it has a pine scent to remind you of a fresh forest aroma.
- Caryophyllene – This is a spicy terpene that resembles a bite in freshly cracked pepper.
- Humulene — It carries a subtle earthy, woody aroma with spicy herbal notes.
- Linalool – It is found in many flowers and spices like lavender and coriander and resembles the same aromas.
- Myrcene – It is earthy, fruity, and clove-like.
- Limonene –Tastes and smells of lemon.
Hawaiian Haze CBD hemp flower presses to the sharp aroma of pineapple/citrus and back ended with wafts of earthy floral. The prevalent terpene is myrcene which is also found in the mango fruit. This hemp flower strain also supports other terpenes such as Pinene and Bisabolol all of which lend themselves to a spicy touch of the peppery beta-Caryophyllene.
Sour Apple is the preferred strain for treating patients suffering from chronic stress or anxiety, chronic pain due to injury or illness, and sleep disorders, including insomnia and sleep apnea. Again, it is a strain for the evening and nighttime. If you have trouble sleeping because of pain, this is a good strain to alleviate pain and help you sleep better.
Hawaiian Haze hemp flower strain effectively reduces stress, depression and mild anxiety. It is the strain that helps eliminating fatigue and lethargy from minds and bodies. When cancer patients are going through treatments one of the side effects is loss of appetite. Some hits of Hawaiian Haze can bring on hunger and a renewed appetite as well as reducing nausea. Therapeutic benefits include relief from body aches and mild pain. After experimenting with many types of pain medications, one user reported amazing relief from shoulder and back pain in a short period of time.
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