About Betty Hayes
We know those cannabis breeders love to be punny. We went into researching the Betty Hayes strain assuming that it was a pun on “haze” using someone’s real name (doesn’t that sound like a classic actress?). But the only Betty Hayes we can find is the star of an ill-fated reality TV show called “Table for Twelve” about a family with a ton of kids. Literally the least relaxing thing possible. So in the absence of anyone correcting us, we’re choosing to think that it’s a pun on “Betty PAIGE,” the pin-up model, since this strain is sweet, spicy, beautiful, giggly, blissful, and all the other things Betty looks when she shows her gams on those full-Paige spreads.
Betty Hayes by Treefrog Farms is a knock-out, this time in the literal sense. She scales to the upper 20s at her maximum THC level and is sure to destroy the anxiety and negative thoughts of anyone she meets. The buds are oversized spades, green as olives, with chunky, pale-white crystal trichomes. Betty Hayes has an enticing, full-bodied aroma to go with the huge nugs. You’ll get whiffs of sweet earth, fresh n’ spicy herbs, and even an undertone of delicious berry scents. The flavor definitely matches the aroma and lines up your brain and your body to be taken away by some sweet flavors. At the end, many users discover a drop of rich, sweet cherries on the exhale.
Betty Hayes, no matter which human she’s based on, takes away your troubles with a punishing, cerebral high, a brain-slam finishing movie that destroys your focus and sends you to euphoric new places. You’ll be social and hanging out, giggling at basically everything, and just completely “amped up.” This is why Betty Hayes is an amazing plus one to any party, especially for people suffering from depression and fatigue. But at the same time, she’s a BAD move for people who have anxiety. You can’t settle down by revving up even more. If you know you’re susceptible to anxiousness, keep your Betty Hayes dosage down to a friendly handshake and maybe a light kiss on the cheek before things get too crazy.
If you suffer from headaches and migraines during the long weeks, Betty Hayes provides a potential remedy. She chases away the bad and replaces it with hazy, unfocused good. She can help with nausea too. So long as you don’t underestimate her, depression stands no chance when Betty walks into a room. You and your friends will be happy-laughing for as long as she stays.