Waipi’o Hapa is a Hawaiian strain hailing from the Waipi’o Valley on the North Shore of the Big Island of Hawaii. This strain boasts a THC level between 21-25% and has slow, creeping effects. However, when the effects of Waipi’o Hapa hit, you will feel energized and instilled with the wind of the ocean. This strain grows tall and large and flowers in 8 to 9 weeks.
Do you work from home? Do you have trouble getting your work done? Perhaps you’re falling asleep on the job? Well, this is the strain for you. Waipi’o Hapa will boost your focus levels to the point where you’ll be able to do anything. Data entry for hours? You bet. Writing a book and can’t seem to stay awake through the ending? Try this stuff. Not only will you be super focused, but you’ll be super euphoric and energized as well. If you’re just chilling out at home and are planning on trying this strain, get ready for some binge-watching! The majority of people who try this strain for recreational purposes tend to sit in front of their television and watch hours and hours of a series. Some have been known to watch multiple seasons of a show in one night!
Because this strain energizes you so much, it is ideal for people suffering from fatigue. Fatigue can wreak havoc upon your life. It stops you from doing what you love. But that stops today! Get out there and start smoking! The majority of people who try this in order to stay awake actually succeed! Waipi’o Hapa has also been known to help patients with ADHD and other attention-related disorders. Although it isn’t an ailment (although some would argue that it is), this particular strain is great for getting rid of writer’s block. Get rid of your creativity limitations today!
Waipi’o Hapa is also very good at reducing inflammation and chronic pain. A lot of users tend to injure themselves surfing or biking, and most of them say this strain helped a lot. Not only does this strain act as a natural painkiller (similar to a lot of strains), but the inflammation reduction capabilities actually allow more movement. More movement means the ability to stretch out the sore muscles and move on!
Do keep in mind that this particular strain may have a few side effects. Fortunately, this strain is on the lower end when it comes to side effects, but they’re still important to take note of. First of all, be prepared for dry mouth. If you’re a beginner, this is going to happen to you regardless of the strain you smoke. Secondly, it is dry eyes. If you’re smoking a joint, chances are the weed is going to get in your eyes. Last but certainly not least is paranoia. Typically paranoia only happens when you mess up a dosage. Be careful!