Maui WowieStrain Profile

Varies, the name is used for almost any Maui strain that made it out of Hawaii

Posted on: September 24th 2010


Maui Wowie – The Releaf Center – September 2010

Maui Waui – Sweet Leaf, Inc. – August 2010

Maui – Nedicate – July 2010

Maui Waui – Apothecary of Colorado – May 2010

Maui – Mile High Medicals – April 2010


Originally popularized in the 1970′s in pop culture by the likes of Cheech and Chong, Maui strains have retained an enduring reputation, especially with those who had it in its heyday.  Whether the original Maui Waui still exists is up for debate — most seed varieties are of murky lineage and are most likely hybridized rather than landrace Hawaiian seeds.


Some Maui is very tropical-smelling, with hints of sweet fruits and a floral quality — others (the ones with a greater Indica influence) have a more pine-dominant profile and are less sweet.


Though a well-grown and selected Maui may start rather strong, it generally will even out after 30-45 minutes into a smoothly energetic and uplifting experience.  Known for aiding creativity, it’s also a good work strain once the initial potency passes, as mental processes are not affected and remain sharp.  Maui strains can sometimes border on rushy body-wise, and normally will give a vibrating body sensation — not one for really relieving pain, it’s much more of a mental strain, providing aid with depression, anxiety, appetite stimulation, and migraines.

Grow Medium

Most Maui strains grow tall and lanky and may need support when flowering.  The seedbank varieties are often hybrids containing Indica genetic lines and produce very well for commercial pursuits, growing more stout and dense compared to the pure Maui lines.

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