About Neil Haze
Looking for a high that’s strong in psychoactive effects and is great for daytime adventures? Sign on the dotted line right next to Neil Haze, a sativa-dominant bud from Kannabia Seed Company in Spain. She’s a cross between Haze and Northern Lights #5, and while many would call her a strain that’s great to enjoy, she’s a real challenge to grow.
THC levels are all over the place here, ranging between 13% on the low end and reaching 20% at its peak. Most don’t mind though, because nugs are gorgeous with a thick coating of frosty trichomes and enough sticky resin to make you pause, if only for a moment. A strong note of lemon comes through in both her flavors and scents, with a mixture of other fruits and spices rounding out the palate for an even blend.
Neil Haze might be one of those strains that you just have to smoke before heading to work, simply for the fact that it makes everything that much more bearable. Not only will your mind reach a happy place in no time, but you’ll feel more creative than ever before. This is coupled with a strong sense of sociability, and although most users will become rather talkative, nearly all of them experience a noted tingle of arousal. Perhaps this strain is just what’s needed to take that office romance to the next level?
When dealing with medical concerns, Neil Haze doesn’t disappoint, as her potent effects can help with a range of issues. Primarily, mental concerns top the list with depression and stress simply melting away after a few puffs. If you’ve got a case of the Monday’s and need an extra boost to fight fatigue, this bud will help there too, and mild instances of bodily pain including headaches or cramps will also be treated with ease.
So far this strain seems to have it all, but we’ve reached a small hiccup - only expert growers should attempt to cultivate Neil Haze at home. You may have grown weed before, but this bud is truly an exception. Plants grow to be quite large and lanky, so it’s important to trim regularly and make sure you have enough space for their needs. This strain takes a long time to flower as well, between 9 and 11 weeks, so it’s critical that you care for her properly for several months on end.
Don’t let her complexity turn you off, as Neil Haze is an awesome bud to enjoy if you let someone else do the heavy lifting. Strike up a conversation with a new person at the coffee shop, enjoy some during the work day to plow through a nagging project, or simply revel in her ability to heat things up in the bedroom.