Hawaiian Punch:

It is believed to be a powerful native of the Hawaiian islands, but its precise genetics, including the sativa to indica ratio, remains a mystery. The nature of its Hawaiian origin is murky. THC levels can exceed 23%, which makes this a particularly effective medical choice. CBD substance on the other hand, is not well documented, so Hawaiian Punch is not recommended as the only method of therapy for seizure disorders. Effective treatment is known for anxiety, nausea, migraine headaches, stress, depression, and mood disorders. The high is said to be deeply euphoric and cheerful, with a good dose of imagination and a clear outlook. The most frequent negative effects of Hawaiian Punch are paranoia and cottonmouth, though dry eyes, dizziness and headaches are also possible. The strain has a smooth, sweet taste with hints of the tropics. The flavor is spicy. The nugs are dense and forest green, with a dense frost of resinous trichomes. Outside of its home state, Hawaii’s Punch is the most common on the West Coast of the United States and Canada.

Orange Crush:

Known for its citrus aroma, Orange Crush is a popular sativa-dominant hybrid that delivers moderate cerebral effects (80:20 sativa/indica ratio). THC levels top out at about 22%, so it isn’t the most potent medical strain. But the euphoric effects are pleasant, with increased energy and creativity. The head high is upbeat and happy, perfect for a gloomy day. It can be used to treat depression, anxiety, pain, and migraines. Dry mouth is the most common side effect, followed by dry eyes and dizziness. Paranoia and anxiety are also possible but rare. Like other Orange varieties, Orange Crush has a strong citrus aroma and flavor, with distinct notes of sweet oranges.

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