What makes a haze strain?
What are the effects?
The results of Haze are extremely euphoric and elevating. Virtually everybody is just limited to the head, with little to no physical dimension. Most users note that this pressure enhances time, joy, and even imagination. Therefore, it is an effective element for fighting stress but also is used to overcome depression, headaches, and pain and fatigue to a certain extent. Some consumers experience discomfort when they use Haze, and dry eye is a popular argument.
Is it a good component for medicinal use?
Will Haze get you stoned?
How does it look, smells, and tastes like?
The Haze has a strong spice aroma, with light incensed and sandalwood undertones and a citric aftertaste from Thailand’s genetics. It has an intense, uplifting, and mystical influence, amazingly transparent, vibrant, and long-lasting. It was hard to develop indoors, being a 100 percent Sativa strain. The flowering period (over 16 weeks) was very long and seedlings increased too vigorously and were soon too large to handle indoor growing rooms. In order to adapt it to indoor environments, the Haze was crossed with Indica strains Sam The Skunkman has developed several hybrids, such as the Haze / Skunk or Indian Haze, found in the catalog of SeedsMan.
Haze strains to name a few:
Cannabis varieties with Haze genes of at least 50%:
A final word on Genetics of Haze
The name “Haze,” even though they don’t, has become so famous to talk about high-quality Sativa cannabis hybrids? t contain genetics of Haze, actually. It has been the reference point in cannabis practically for Sativa hybrid quality and today we can see practically tens of varieties produced from that incredible genetics. We are thinking here about strains like Bangi Haze (Ace Seeds), Tasman Haze (Kiwi Seeds), or Utopia Haze (Barney’s Farm). Its strong cognitive influence and its unmistakable flavor made it a true favorite of Sativa’s lovers.