Good luck finding much info on where this rare, mellow indica-heavy hybrid sells. If anyone has it, it's probably a legal medical dispensary on the West Coast or in Colorado. Strains sometimes appear in unlikely places, so it's possible Leilani Chow occasionally circulates on the black market, but it definitely doesn't happen very often. The lack of data makes it hard to say how much of this strain is indica and how much of it is sativa, though the indica genes clearly dominate. That's apparent in the physical high, which is both calming and euphoric. It's difficult to know what percentage of Leilani Chow is THC and what percentage is CBD, though based on the lack of information, it's safe to assume CBD levels aren't very high; strains with strong CBD content are usually better known than this. Medical uses include eating disorders, wasting, chronic pain, and sleeplessness. The smell is sweet, like candy, and pleasantly tropical. The taste is also tropical, with spicy undertones. Expect dry eyes and cottonmouth, but beyond that not much is known about this strain's side effects.
Hybrid - 50% Sativa /50% Indica