@HawaiiHappy Can you tell me anything about Hawaiian Sativas or Hawaiian heirloom cannabis? I see so many old school and awesome crosses made with “Hawaiian sativa,” but that doesn’t mean anything to me. Is that Super Silver Haze grown in Maui or is that heirloom Hawaiian sativa? I just can’t wrap my mind around the cannabis landscape of Hawaii. It should be just like the U.S., in terms of cultivation, because it is the U.S., but it is also a geographically remote Island with its own unique culture, so who knows. I am nearly certain 90%+ of growers out there on the Island are growing regular, modern cannabis. But I don’t doubt that the really special, magic heirloom strains of old exist, but I am really curious as to where.
Why am I not seeing any original, pure, or even any new offerings of Hawaiian cannabis? If I am not mistaken, the cannabis laws are lax enough there that it shouldn’t be terribly risky or dangerous making genetics available, for sale or for preservation.
I’ve always been super curious about Hawaiian strains ever since I grew out Dragonsblood Hashplant. I’d like to explore them more, but am curious if they even exist anymore–maybe it’s all cookies and cake there now.
Edit: I’ll be going to Hawaii next year and have a few friends living there. I’d like to explore local cannabis a bit. Any recommendations on how to do that? Rec isn’t legal yet. Should I apply for an out of state med card? I heard they accept CA med cards?