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Inferno Haze

Inferno Haze

Hybrid - 50%
Recommended time of use: Evening
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About Inferno Haze

Inferno Haze is a 50/50 hybrid strain, created by Gage Green Genetics and released as the first strain of their "Private Collection Series."

Inferno Haze's mother is famous clone-only Fire OG cut, touted as the strongest cut of the OG Kush strains. Gage Green crossed it with an Afghan Haze male from Mr. Nice's Seedbank. The father is mostly Sativa and is descended from the original Haze, which was comprised of four different landrace Sativas.

Inferno Haze is potent medication that can be both uplifting and energizing. The cerebral effects come from its high THC count that can reach 23%. In addition, the strain carries a relatively high count of CBD up to 3%. The psychoactive properties are coupled with a tension-relieving bodily effect that may alleviate pain for some patients. It is also recommended to combat nausea, lack of appetite, and, in larger doses, insomnia.

The strain is a survivor as it can be cultivated inside, outside, or in a greenhouse. The plant is not often chosen by new growers, however, as it can demand considerable skill to achieve its potentially high yields. It requires between seven and nine weeks to finish its flowering period. Inferno Haze can produce a smorgasbord of smells ranging from sweet evergreen scents to pepper and fuel.

THC Content - 23.0% Highest Test

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