The infamous sativa cannabis strain, Haze, is known throughout the world and has become a popular sativa through the past several decades. Its smell and taste are sweet and somewhat citrusy, tasting of earthy spices and herbs. When harvest-ready, its buds are a diverse range of green shades that bare orange pistils.
Haze first blossomed in Santa Cruz, California in the 60s, soon becoming the parent strain for a vast variety of hybrids across the world. Its parent strains are extremely diverse, being a cross between four different sativas: South American, Thai, Mexican, and South Indian.
The THC content averages at a high of 18%, and can reach astonishing levels of 27%. Its high is unique and potent, creating a strong euphoric mindset the induces lots of cerebral activity that can cloud one’s thoughts. However, it’s known to increase creativity vastly and cause music and art to be more pleasurable. Haze produces a dreamy and happy high, while easing some minor aches throughout the body. Nausea is often alleviated and appetite increased.
Consumers have noted that this strain can cause headaches and paranoia if consumed improperly, along with slight phases of dizziness.
Haze requires ten to twelve weeks to flowers, growing best in indoor or desert climates.
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