In this guide you will learn
Haze Berry is a delicious Sativa-leaning hybrid with a
reputation for both its recreational effects and medicinal benefits. It has a
head-to-toe high that improves moods and energizes the body. At the same time,
it tranquilizes anxiety and pain that can diminish one’s ability to live life
fully albeit the relief only lasts temporarily.
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To develop the strain, its breeders supposedly used the original Blueberry from DJ Short. The Indica-leaning bud is a staple among enthusiasts with a penchant for heavy-hitting body high along with a fruity smoke. Dulling its physical buzz and adding a rush of energy is Super Silver Haze. The Sativa-leaning blend delivers a stress-crushing euphoria that removes anxiety and fatigue.
Information About Haze Berry Strain
|ORIGIN||Blueberry and Shining Silver Haze|
|EFFECTS||Euphoric – 10
Relaxed – 10
Happy – 9
Uplifted – 9
Energetic – 8
|FRAGRANCE||Sweet, pungent, berry, fruity, earthy, herbal|
|FLAVORS||Fruity, berry, sweet, vanilla, herbal, earthy|
|ADVERSE REACTIONS||Dry mouth – 10
Headache – 7
Dizzy – 2
Anxious – 1
Paranoid – 1
|MEDICAL||Depression – 10
Stress – 7
Pain – 7
Nausea – 4
Spasticity – 4
|FLOWERING TIME INDOOR||9 to 11 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOOR||Mid-October to early November|
|PLANT HEIGHT||2 to 6 feet|
|THC CONTENT %||20% to 23%|
|CBD %||1% to 15%|
|INDOOR YIELD||19 to 20 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||20 to 23 ounces or more per plant|
|RESISTANCE TO DISEASE||Unknown|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
Haze Berry has a quick-acting onset. It delivers a rush of energy within
minutes after the first two or three puffs. However, using too much in a short
amount of time can be an overwhelming experience especially because the strain
itself is powerful. It has THC levels of 20% to 23% that put it among the most
potent varieties in the cannabis industry.
Practicing moderation will ensure a pleasant experience that leaves users feeling happy. Its euphoric high uplifts the spirits by clearing the mind. Replacing it are cheerful memories and an upbeat disposition that readies users for the day. Hence, it is best used in the morning or early afternoon.
After about an hour or two, a tingling sensation trickles down from the temples. It soothes each muscle it passes and releases any of the built-up tension that prevent one from moving around. In bringing back one’s limberness, the Sativa-leaning strain improves one’s ability to perform physical activities in the completion of tasks.
Even after the high has subsided, the energizing effect continues to persist. It invigorates users throughout the day as a wake-and-bake strain. However, using beyond one’s individual tolerance can be counterproductive.
Haze Berry has a sweet but pungent scent reminiscent of crushed berries. It has a fruity note – a trait exhibited by many Haze strains. It has an earthy undertone along with an herbal quality that intensifies once the buds are crushed and combusted.
Haze Berry is a tantalizing strain with a delicious flavor. It entices the palate with fruity notes of berries as well as a subtle sweetness. Swirling its smoke further develops its vanilla undertones. Meanwhile, on the exhale, it leaves both an herbal and earthy aftertaste.
Red eyes and a cottonmouth are inevitable reactions to smoking cannabis. It is mild and easily managed by downing a few glasses of water. Greening out is also possible when using Haze Berry. It is characterized by heightened awareness that can potentially raise anxiety levels as well as disorient users with a subtle feeling of paranoia. Although its effects are limited to a headache, users should stay cautious of the dosage and consume the bud in moderation.
Haze Berry is an impressive medicinal bud. It is not only potent in THC
but also boasts adequate CBD content. Together, the two cannabinoids provide
relief to a multitude of mental and physical maladies. In fact, according to a
study by Washington State University, strains with high levels of both
compounds that work best against stress, anxiety, and depression.
It delivers a soothing euphoria that slows down fast-paced thoughts that overwhelm the mind. At the same time, it improves moods and uplifts the spirits. It manages symptoms of various mental health issues as a source of temporarily reprieve against the dread and hopelessness.
Its relaxing properties provide antispasmodic relief. It prevents the muscles from contracting and, at the same time, stops the spasms from sending pain signals to the brain. Its ability to appease cramps is a great source of comfort to patients experiencing turbulence in the stomach. Hence, it makes for an effective antiemetic to counter the nauseating effects of chemotherapy.
Haze Berry is a
tall plant but it is not at all weak. Its branches and stalks are thicker.
Hence, it has a better chance of surviving in the northern hemisphere. It can
even be harvested by a week earlier compared to other Sativa-leaning strains.
Of course, it will
need to be planted strategically in an area where it can absorb more sunlight.
Protecting it against harsh weather will ensure that heavy rains, strong winds,
and frost do not stunt its growth. This is also precisely why some growers
prefer cultivating it indoors.
Controllable environments provide growers with the ability to adjust factors such as lighting, temperature, and humidity to suit the needs of the plant. One can also train the plant using techniques such as the Screen of Green method. It requires installing a screen then weaving the branches into the net. Doing so creates more budding sites that will double yields.
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The plant must be topped early though. It can grow as tall as 6 feet and will cramp up any small spaces. Keeping it short as well as initiating the flowering period early will ensure that the plant has enough time to produce buds.
Indoors, harvest usually comes around 9 to 11 weeks. Each square meter yields at least 19 to 20 ounces of buds.
Haze Berry blossoms from the middle of October to the early days of November. It produces between 20 to 23 ounces of buds per plant at harvest.
Have you ever smoked or grown your own Haze Berry? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.