This hybrid strain (50% sativa/50% indica) is well known for its fruity, tropical qualities that even a novice smoker can appreciate. Sunset Haze’s scent has been likened to a cornucopia of different fruits: watermelons, cantaloupes, peaches, pears, mangoes, even raspberries. The flowers from this cannabis plant can bear an array of colors, too, from subtle reds and pinks along the petals to light and dark greens predominantly. When smoked, you could swear dry berries were packed into your bowl.
Lab results show it tends to churn out around 17% THC, making it slightly more potent than what you’ll find at most pot shops.
For patients, Sunset Haze may be a good choice for controlling pain of all sorts, inflammation, muscle tension or spasms, cramps, or headaches. Its powerful body buzz can soothe muscles and instill feelings of deep relaxation, leaving the mind to wander through creative spaces or to simply let go of the day’s stresses.
The commonly reported side effect from Sunset Haze is cottonmouth, so keep a drink handy.
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Sunset Haze is the lovechild of Rocky Mountain Blueberry and Sunset Haze.