American Haze Feminized Cannabis Seeds Product Description
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American Haze feminized cannabis seeds have eclectic origins in plants native to South America, Thailand, Mexico, and South India. A popular cannabis strain around the world, Haze was originally bred in California, and serves as a parent breed to many other Growers Choice strains including Jack Herer, Super Silver Haze, Amnesia, and Cinderella 99.
The Best Haze Strain
With a sky-high THC level of around 24%, sativa-dominant American Haze cannabis seeds develop into powerful flowers with a sweet, herbal scent, that will energize you and spur on your creative endeavors. The uplifting sensation will leave you feeling happy and a bit euphoric, but can give way to headaches or paranoia if not taken with caution. As we recommend with our other high-THC strains, start small with American Haze, because a little goes a long way.
American Haze Medical Cannabis
Despite a low percentage of CBD, American Haze marijuana seeds can result in strong medication that will be of use to those dealing with excessive stress or a deep-seated depression. The energizing strain can also alleviate minor to moderate pain and, for some users, give way to a calming relaxation and body stone effect in the later stages of the high. For people dealing with eating disorders like anorexia, or who are undergoing chemotherapy treatments for cancer, American Haze can be useful for easing nausea and stimulating appetite.
How To Grow Hydro Cannabis Plants
Like many of the Growers Choice products, American Haze pot seeds can be grown indoors or out, but the best result comes from those grown inside in either soil or soil-less hydroponic gardens. The strain has a long flowering time – as many as 11 weeks – but the old adage “good things come to those who wait” has never been more true than when applied to American Haze. The potency of this strain, for both your medicinal and recreational goals, is well worth an extended growing period.
To learn more, read our dedicated American Haze Cannabis article.