About Cannalope Haze
A real cotton mouth strain, these buds taste like sweet and sour melons, pine and Haze. Carrying only about five percent Indica in its genes, Cannalope Haze still produces a more hybrid like effect. With a THC count of up to 20 percent, this stain activates the mind and calms the body. Users most often feel spurred on by an exhilarating energy and an underlying body buzz. But some users feel the Indica effects much more strongly and quickly find themselves looking for a place to take a nap. To create this almost pure Sativa hybrid, DNA Genetics crossed a Haze with a male Mexican landrace Sativa.
Users should be careful when they decide to take this one for the first time, depending on a user's biochemistry it may be more suited for nighttime use. Cannalope Haze can effectively alleviate chronic pain, stress and anxiety. This strain may also be used to help treat diabetes, glaucoma, nausea, mood disorders, migraines and eating disorders.
Cannalope Haze can do well outdoors in warmer climates but does best indoors in a Sea of Green, due to its structure. This strain focuses on a main cola at the top and has many smaller branches, which is atypical of a Sativa. When grown in a Sea of Green it should only be left in the vegetative period for two weeks. The following eight to nine weeks of flowering will allow for a yield of twenty grams or more per plant. Cannalope Haze grows better in soil than it does hydroponically.
I put this strain in my top 5 right away. But wherein from its pretty limited. I feel the buzz after a couple bong hits and even though it's a sativa I use it for chronic night pain which leads to insomnia and this strain has alleviated both of them issues. I drift off into a relaxed state and then off to a good peaceful nights sleep! I always recommend it to the medical community.