History and characteristics of Cannabis Haze and its energizing high

Frutilla Haze

Haze cannabis inflorescences are famous all over the world: this Sativa strain is much loved by those who want a powerful and persistent high but who, instead of sticking us to the sofa and stun, gives a pleasant feeling of energy.

Let’s see together the characteristics and the history of this renowned sativa strain with many variations.

The Haze bouquet is very characteristic, it has pungent but also fruity and sweetish tones with strong spicy – earthy notes. But its best-known feature is the life cycle of the plant which is famous for having such a long flowering that it discourages many growers. In fact, there is talk of sixteen long weeks to wait for the harvest.

In short, haze is a genetic that requires patience and also a lot of care but the results obtained are usually satisfying.

History of Haze genetics

The origins of the first Haze are not certain (the source is none other than the genetics expert “Sam the Skunkman”) but it seems that the responsible were the well-known “Haze Brothers”, two grower brothers based in California who, random (not known), gave birth to this strain. Haze seeds were initially not very appreciated for its extended flowering times and risked extinction until the Dutch Neville Schoenmakers, a legend in the world of cannabis, came into possession and decided to deepen its qualities and then insert them fully. in their seed bank. Since then many have learned to appreciate these inflorescences and over time many variants have been created, some of which have won prestigious awards.

The most famous Haze hybrids

Starting with Haze and other genetics, many interesting hybrids were born that quickly conquered the cannabis market for genetic traits of sativa marked as a potent but not sedative high. Here are three excellent examples of the illustrious progeny of this mighty strain.

Super Silver Haze

The most prestigious name of the Haze family is certainly that of Super Silver Haze, a hybrid with a prevalence of sativa but with traits of indica born in the 90s from illustrious parents: Haze, Northern Lights # 5 and Skunk # 1. Super Silver Haze, With its 21% THC and dense buds, it is also very popular for the production of quality hashish.

The peculiarity of this strain is that its high is long lasting and efficient but does not make you drowsy, rather it stimulates activity and concentration. For this reason it is considered one of the best genetics for daytime smoking. Even in terms of aromas it can stand out, it is in fact rather pungent and earthy like any self-respecting Haze.

Super Lemon Haze

Those who love giant buds get the best possible satisfaction from Super Lemon Haze. This cross originates from Lemon Skunk and Super Silver Haze and has quickly trod the scenes to become an award-winning behemoth. The genetics is elevated by its wonderful, dense, resin-rich flowers with citrus and floral aromas with a touch of vanilla. Her high THC levels give strong cerebral effects that stimulate creativity and guarantee a certain euphoric reaction from the first hits. At the crop level, it guarantees excellent yields and giant plants, especially when grown outdoors.

Amnesia Haze

This Haze is also Sativa dominant and highly energizing THC rich (22%). Its name is a guarantee for those looking for an intense and complex psychedelic experience able to awaken the senses, stimulate our artistic side and make you daydream. Do you want to have a nice trip and forget your worries?

Amnesia Haze is certainly the one for you, in fact it is widely used therapeutically by those suffering from depression or post traumatic stress disorders.. Given the richness of trichomes and the size / density of the inflorescences it is an excellent choice for the production of hashish and resins. If you have a sweet tooth, its citrus tones and appreciate a velvety smoke these buds will literally drive you crazy, but beware because with Amnesia Haze (famous temptress) it’s easy to overdo it.

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