- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
Haze starts with a heavy, spicy fragrance that is followed by hints of citrus and earthy sweetness, giving it an enjoyable aroma that many people find attractive. This Sativa-dominant marijuana strain originated in the 1960s in Santa Cruz, California. Since then, Haze has become a common hybridizer and prolific grower, passing her genetics from Colombia to Thailand and Mexico, where it was popularized.
Haze genetics’ lineage includes South American and Thai. The strain produces large buds with red, orange, and purple hairs. Haze’s primary trait is its catchy aroma; it is highly noticeable and stays with you throughout the entire day.
These days Haze is most popular among creative individuals looking to boost their energy levels. The strain provides energetic and euphoric effects, with a slight case of couch-lock when used over an extended period of time. This high-energy effect makes it perfect for people who love to keep themselves busy and active throughout the day.
Medical marijuana patients may find Haze helpful when dealing with chronic pain, muscle tension, headaches, anxiety and migraines. Since its THC levels have been recorded between 16-21%, adverse effects can include dizziness, dry eyes, and dry mouth.
The growing cycle is relatively long for a Sativa strain at 9-10 weeks. Since Haze is a good yielder under optimum conditions, it’s popular among commercial growers. It has a flowering time of 10 to 11 weeks and is harvested in early October. Haze can be grown indoors or outdoors, depending on the weather conditions.
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