The sativa cannabis strain Ghost Train Haze won first place in the 2014 High Times Sativa Cannabis Cup and second place in the 2013 High Times Medical Sativa Cannabis Cup. It emits a lemony pine and spice scent that can permeate throughout a room, often tasting similar. Its buds are dense and covered in crystal-capped trichomes.
First blossoming under the care of Rare Dankness, this strain is a cross between the hybrid Ghost OG and sativa Nevil’s Wreck.
The THC content of Ghost Train Haze averages at 18% and can reach up to 25%. The high of this strain has been reported to eliminate pain and increase appetite. Negative thoughts are eliminated, producing a euphoric mindset that can help energize but may cause cerebral fogginess. This strain may best be consumed in the afternoon in case one becomes sleepy from consuming too much.
Growers should be aware that Ghost Train Haze can take anywhere from nine to 11 weeks to flower, not a strain for those who are impatient.
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