White Haze Strain
White Haze, the 2002 High Times Cannabis Cup Winner for Best Sativa, is a classic Haze variation with a few notable differences: White Haze produces more trichomes than the original, but it is a smaller plant with a faster flowering time. Both the Sativa and Indica genetics of this hybrid are visible in its effects and flower formations, making it a favorite for growers and medical patients alike.
This strain promises a lightweight buzz some may call lofty, but it is an extremely comfortable feeling for those suffering a wide array of illnesses. It is both physically and mentally relaxing, but its most famous characteristic is its enormous Sativa colas with added Indica density. White Haze is a global bestseller, and its high THC and cannabinoid content guarantee its medical effectiveness.
Why Patients Use White Haze?
White Haze is a happy, sociable strain. It makes users creative, and it gives them the energy and focuses to accomplish their goals. It is a powerful painkiller, yet instead of making patients sleepy, it makes them talkative, giggly, and simply euphoric. This is a wonderful strain for many reasons, and it is ideal for every occasion, except bedtime.
Medical Uses of White Haze
Side Effects of White Haze
Information about White Haze
70 percent Sativa and 30 percent Indica.
Its parents are White Widow and the original Haze.
This strain gets a 7.5 rating on the stoned meter. You will definitely feel it.
THC levels in White Haze usually range between 17 percent and 19 percent.
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White Haze typically flowers well within nine weeks.
Ideal Growing Method
This strain thrives outdoors in dry, sunny climates. It grows well indoors when cropped for business.
As a Sativa-dominant strain, White Haze is tall enough to reach six feet in height.
This plant can yield as much as 500 grams per square meter indoors.
White Haze requires some supportive techniques. Suitable for intermediate and advanced growers.
The height of these plants can be difficult to hide. Prune them carefully to make them bushier.