A.C.E. Seeds is known for creating some amazing strains, and Green Haze Marijuana is said to be a version of their previous bud called Oldtimers Haze. Both Thai and South Indian roots have given this beauty a strong THC content with a heavy-hitting set of sativa effects. Newer users should proceed with extreme caution on this one!
THC levels have measured as high as 28% here, and with an experience that nearly punches you in the face from the start, you’ll want to tread carefully. Nugs of Green Haze marijuana are fairly ideal, being neither too sticky or dry and come with varying coloration and a nice coating of trichomes. Both the smells and tastes are adored all over the world, as floral, fruity, and woody notes all combine with just the slightest hint of diesel at the end.
Perhaps the ultimate definition of a heavy-hitter, Green Haze will impart her sativa effects in no time, allowing users to become instantly happy, energized, and social. Your ability to focus on creative endeavors will skyrocket and many note that a serious case of the munchies comes along with your high. What goes up must come down, and as intense as the first part of the high can be, your comedown will be equally strong. Green Haze puts most users into a deep and dreamy sleep after a few hours, making this strain a nighttime only choice.
Many times, medical ailments can benefit from strong THC levels alone, and Green Haze packs a one-two punch of relief in nearly no time. Patients who struggle with chronic pain, muscle spasms, anxiety, depression, or stress all note how quickly and easily their symptoms are washed away after just a toke or two. Given that this strain induces hunger easily, it’s a great choice for those who struggle with a lack of appetite or nausea.
Are you ready to test your ultimate love and dedication? While many strains give cultivators a nice yield after 8 to 10 weeks, Green Haze will test your patience. Flowering times range between 16 and 20 weeks, but the results are well worth it. Be sure to bring your A game to your home garden, as this strain can be moderately difficult to grow.