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Sativa Rhz Red Haze
Out of 21 ratings:
/ 4.2 Outstanding
Reviews:
9

Highlights

With roots going back to the 1970s Colombian cannabis industry, this powerful sativa is worth a try. A cross between Neville’s Haze and Colombian Red, Red Haze is a slow grower. With a flowering time of 12 to 14 weeks, this strain may be difficult to find in dispensaries. If you do find it, however, be prepared for a very cerebral and inspiring experience. Providing consumers with a pleasant, light-headed sensation, the effects of this strain are particularly long-lasting. Red Haze is a strictly daytime strain, as its effects can be similar to drinking a cup of coffee.

Strain Attributes

  • Flavors
Red Haze has the following taste and smell flavor profile:
  • Effects
  • Medical
  • Negatives
Red Haze makes patients feel:
Energetic
Euphoric
Happy
Relaxed
Talkative
Red Haze helps patients relieve:
Depression
Headaches
Nausea
Pain
Stress
Used to help with: Anxiety, Migraines
Unfortunately, patients may experience:
Dizzy
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes
Headache

Red Haze Availability

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Most Helpful
TheBasicPagan -- 10/22/2011
"This is what Chester the Cheetoh Cheetah would smoke before going to his favorite jazz bar on saxophone night. You want a bud that will mellow you out yet open your mind and make t..." Read more
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Most Recent
Pistol097 -- 12/8/2014
"This strain of marijuana is one of the longest lasting medicinal effects. Don't let the lack of "sugar" fool you! The ridiculous amount of red hairs make up for it! I'd recommend t..." Read more
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Red Haze Genetics Information

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By: Rebecca Kelley 4/4/2014
Here are 24 strains we feel tie in with the Game of Thrones universe perfectly. Even though All Men Must Die, their memories will live on thanks to this list of green.
By: Bailey Rahn 1/28/2014
Many growers believe the earliest cannabis strains sprouted in the Hindu Kush region of Afghanistan and Pakistan and eventually spread to other areas. We call these indigenous strains landraces.

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