Haze is one of the oldest and most famous Sativa strains. It produces a powerful cerebral high that can cloud the mind. This hazy high is both euphoric and uplifting and conducive to creativity. It has also been known to induce the munchies. The strain produces classic cotton mouth and dry eyes side effects but is also likely to cause paranoia and headaches. Some users may also experience dizziness.
The dreamy and happy high can be helpful in relieving stress, anxiety, and depression. Haze can also ease some minor chronic aches and pains, but it is not an ideal strain for severe pain. Some patients also choose this strain to stimulate their appetites and calm nausea.
Haze was developed by the Haze Brothers, Sam the Skunkman, Wernard, Neville, and Eddie Reedeker. It is a cross between four different landrace Sativas: Mexican, Colombian, Thai, and Indian. According to the Skunkman, the Haze Brothers had a falling out in the late 1970s and never sold Haze seeds under the name. Since then, several strains used the name Haze, all of which are descended from the original.
As with most Sativa strains, Haze grows tall and thin, reaching up to 180cm. Haze's flowering period starts at ten to twelve weeks. The strain is recommended for indoor or desert climate growing and can yield up to 400 grams per 1000 watts.