I got an ounce of this bud at Miller's MJ in Porter (Grays Harbor County) for $80 today. The bud still has the small sugar leaf on it, but tastes like pineapple and got me higher than a kite. It definitely feels like it's a sativa dominate hybrid. Miller's always has great deals and lots of selections on bud and concentrates. I don't use edibles so while I know Miller's carries them, I'm not qualified to review them.
Hawaiian Rush is a sativa dominant hybrid strain with unknown parentage, although it is thought to be a mix of Hawaiian and another sativa dominant hybrid strain. This bud packs a super sweet tropical flavor that's accented by earthy hash and sweet pineapple. The aroma is very sweet and fruity in nature with a slightly pungent undertone that's almost like rotting pineapple. Hawaiian Rush buds have lumpy and super dense forest green nugs with bright amber colored hairs and a frosty thick coating of identical crystal trichomes. The Hawaiian Rush high definitely hits you hard with an almost immediate effect that smashes into the back of your head with almost dizzying cerebral effects. Your mood will be insanely boosted and your mind will start to race through introspective thoughts that are relatively positive in nature. As the high builds and builds, your body will start to become more and more relaxed, although not sedated or sleepy, while your mind soars. With these effects and its powerful 19.8% average THC level, Hawaiian Rush is said to be perfect for treating conditions such as chronic pain, appetite loss, depression, muscle spasms, and chronic fatigue.
Sativa Dominant Hybrid - 70% Sativa / 30% Indica