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Sativa Hybrid

Afghanistan x Haze

Silver Haze Strain

The minds from Sensi Seeds have done it again: The Silver Haze strain is a vintage masterpiece of cannabis breeding with fans that span the globe. Different regional markets bred award-winning varieties of Silver Haze, and legendary genetics backs the strain by itself. The perfectly balanced hybrid derives its name from its crystallized coating of THC glands. Silver Haze's high combines the best effects of sativa and indica strains.

- Flavor -

strain flavor Blackberry
strain flavor Juniper
strain flavor Honey

- Effects -

strain effect Happy
strain effect Uplifted
strain effect Creative

Overview of Silver Haze

Sensi Seeds sells a variety of Silver Haze seeds, including feminized and non-feminized seeds. Ultimately, the seed bank calculates that Silver Haze is a 75 percent sativa, 25 percent indica mixture. THC levels for the strain hang between 11 percent and 14 percent. Silver Haze buds should possess silky pistils along oval calyx structures. The strain's inherited Afghani heritage demonstrates its potency in the thick, silver-hued layers of THC-packed resin glands. When smoked, the buds should taste slightly woody, minty, floral and with hints of honey.

While Silver Haze's THC content isn't anything to write to your old dealer about, the strain's potency lies in its effects. Due to its strong sativa effects, Silver Haze is a helpful and joyful daytime strain. Heavier smokers also enjoy a few puffs of the strain in the morning.

Potential Positive Effects of Silver Haze

Smokers feel uplifted by Silver Haze within minutes of consumption. The strain is also known to inspire creativity within artistic and non-artistic types. Adventurous users report that Silver Haze is a fun strain to encourage outdoor activity. Silver Haze adds energy, euphoria, and relaxation to your day.

Potential Negative Effects of Silver Haze

The most commonly reported adverse effects of smoking Silver Haze are dry mouth and dizziness. Users occasionally report headaches, anxiety, and dry eyes.

The Lineage of Silver Haze

Sensi Seeds bred Silver Haze by crossing Haze and Northern Lights. The indica properties of Northern Lights are present through Silver Haze's quick gestation and soothing body high. Haze, a sativa landrace mix, fosters the offspring's heady and happy high.

Growing Silver Haze

Sensi Seeds bred Silver Haze with the intention to continue breeding Haze into a more manageable and growable indoor strain. Consequently, they cultivated a tall, high plant that can produce a larger yield of the flower. Generally, it takes the stain 65 to 75 days to flower. When grown outdoors, the strain does best in a Mediterranean or sunny climate.

Where to Find Silver Haze

Silver Haze is abundant in Oregon and Washington. The strain is primarily prevalent in Canadian Provinces.

Check with your local dispensary to see if they have any Silver Haze on their shelves, here!

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