Red Haze is a sativa cannabis strain that has a history linked to the Colombian cannabis industry of the ‘70’s. Its taste is a mixture of mint and skunk, with undertones of fresh soil and a scent that matches. Its buds are a deep olive green in color with both violet and red hues amidst amber pistils.
To grow Red Haze, one must combine the genetics of the sativa Neville’s Haze and sativa South American.
THC levels average around 20-22%. Its high will provide a boost of energy in the consumer, simultaneously uplifting the spirits and allowing the mind to focus enough to get tasks completed quickly. However, it’s also known to place the consumer in a spacey, surreal state of mind depending on tolerance levels. It relaxes both the body and the mind, though mostly bares cerebral effects. It will leave you light-headed upon consumption, but pleasantly so.
Negative side-effects besides cottonmouth and dry eyes include dizziness and headache when higher doses are consumed.
It takes between 12-14 weeks for Red Haze to fully flower and isn’t recommended for the impatient cultivator.
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