About Crockett's Haze
Good things often come in small batches, and the hard-to-find bud that is Crockett’s Haze certainly falls within the category of “good.” Using a rare Haze strain and crossing it with The Ranger, breeders at Crockett Family Farms and DNA Genetics have created a sativa-dominant plant to write home about. After all, wouldn’t you trust the same people who brought Tangie to the marketplace?
Crockett’s Haze is a great choice for all users with a 19% average THC level that’s enjoyable to say the least. Nugs are huge and take on a spongy type of feel while being completely overwhelmed with tons of sparkling trichomes. Both flavors and aromas are pretty unique here, with a blend of incense, citrus, and tropical notes said to be accented by a metallic note.
When you want to head out for the day on an epic adventure, what’s the one thing you need to make your journey even better? In this case, it’s Crockett’s Haze. Your high will bring you to new cerebral heights along with an uplifted feeling of joy that you just can’t shake. While some feel more creative, others get highly aroused, but in either case, this strain pairs incredibly well with time spent in nature or more social activities like concerts. Relaxation does eventually set in just a bit, and although your energy level will have slightly lowered, you’ll remain incredibly happy.
This strain is a great choice for medical patients who need a bit of help when it comes to depression, stress, or nearly any other mental disorder. If you have a hard time motivating yourself to get up and go each day, try Crockett’s Haze as a wake and bake bud and watch fatigue go right out the window. Other issues including inflammation, eye pressure, and generalized pain are also soothed for long periods of time, making this strain an ideal choice for daily use.
Home cultivators love Crockett’s Haze for her large yields and ability to grow in most spaces, as indoor or outdoor gardens are just fine. Plants tend to get quite tall with a decently bushy structure, so making sure you have enough space is crucial. After 9 to 10 weeks of flowering time, Crockett’s Haze will be ready for harvest, with large flowers just begging to be smoked. Seeds are available online and by all accounts this plant appears to be ideal for growers of all experience levels.
Perfect for your weekend adventure or simply a fun way to change up your daily work routine, Crockett’s Haze provides a burst of energy that’s wrapped in a happy little package. Try it before your next creative endeavor or snuggle up with a loved one and see if the rumors of serious arousal really are true.