Amnesia Haze is one Soma Seeds most famous and best-selling sativa strains. This strain has a complex genetic background, great taste, and produces a euphoric high.
Heritage & Genetics: The genetics of Amnesia Haze is quite complex. According to Soma, it is the product of five strains from all across the world. These include Southeast Asian strains such as Sativa Thai, Cambodian Sativa, and Southeast Asia Indica. Throw in some Afghani, Hawaiian, and Jamaican Haze and voila – a cosmopolitan Amnesia Haze.
Flavor & Aroma: Soma Seeds can take pride in creating one of the easiest and tastiest strains to consume. When lit, Amnesia Haze has a delightful lemon aroma that lingers in the mouth and lungs. Then upon the exhale, its earthy undertones leave a sour aftertaste. This smooth strain is effortless to enjoy.
Effect: Amnesia Haze has all the best effects of a sativa. It doesn’t take long to feel a euphoric rush move through the mind and body. And along with it, comes a boost in creativity and mood. Amnesia Haze’s high THC content does mean the high is long-lasting. Less experienced consumers should consider its high THC content and enjoy in moderation.
Medical: Ongoing research has suggested that high THC and low CBD strains may have potential benefits including stimulating appetite, reducing fatigue and relieving symptoms of Glaucoma. Although thought to be more effective when working together with CBD, THC is also understood to have some pain-relieving properties on its own. Considering this, this high THC strain may also provide some relief from general aches and pains.
Grow characteristics: Amnesia Haze is best suited to the patient grower. It has a relatively long grow cycle of 10 to 13 weeks. Those willing to commit will enjoy something magical as the strain stretches from seed to a tall height. If height is an issue, a mainline early on may be useful. Amnesia Haze’s most notable characteristics are its long leaves, big buds, and fantastic smell. If the aroma is an issue, a constant airflow can help. Outdoor growers can expect harvests at the end of September.