Maui Waui by Harvest is a sativa dominant strain. Maui Waui originated as an outdoor grow on the island of Maui and almost immediately spread to all the Hawaiian Islands. The strain offers a high-end euphoria along with pineapple flavors that allow your mind to drift away to creative spaces. When Maui Waui was bred in the 60s, the THC content of an average was almost always under 8%. Maui Waui was one of the first strains that increased THC content up into the teens quickly became one of the most desired strains available. This batch has 19.13% cannabinoids and 1.39% terpenes.
I’ve waited my whole life to try the Maui Waui. I remember back when I was a kid watching the scene in Half Baked where Dave Chappelle was so excited to grab a pound of Maui Waui in the lab. I was not disappointed at all! When you open the baggie I was hit with a hint of pine along with citrus and lavender. On first hit I was pleased by the flavors of the strain; it has a sweet fruity flavor. The high came on nice and cruised with me for a few hours. The Maui Waui left me feeling relaxed and energized.
Patients have said they felt Creative, Energizing, Euphoria, Happy, Uplifting. When smoked you may experience flavors of Citrus, Fruity, Pineapple, and Sweet. While producing aromas of Citrus, Earthy, Fruity, and Sweet. If you deal with Chronic Pain, Depression, Insomnia, or Stress the Maui Waui by Harvest may be a strain for you.
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Maui waui possibly could come via some Acapulco gold seeds friends of mine took to Hawaii in the late ‘60s and later became known as “kona gold”