Most patients would have to travel far to see a real Maui sunset, and the same is true of the marijuana version. It’s a sativa-dominant hybrid with a sativa/indica ratio of at least 70:30 and as much as 90:10. That means the effects probably focus primarily on the head. But it’s impossible to say for sure without actually trying Maui Sunset, since there’s next to nothing about it on the public record. There are no reports on its medicinal uses, though anxiety and depression are usually good bets. Likewise there are no tests indicating how much of this plant is THC and how much of it is CBD. If it were an especially potent medical tool, there would probably be more information about Maui Sunset, so the lack of it suggests it’s not high in either chemical. It probably shouldn’t be used as the only treatment for seizure disorders or other conditions that respond to CBD, given the lack of reliable data on that substance. Nobody seems to know what this strain smells, tastes, or looks like, but there are likely tropical notes.