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Ghost Train Haze

4.6| 604 Reviews

What is Ghost Train Haze?

First bred by Rare Dankness, Ghost Train Haze is a sativa cross between Ghost OG and Neville’s Wreck. Unlike typical sativas, Ghost Train Haze grows dense buds blanketed in white, crystal-capped trichomes. With a sour citrus and floral aroma, Ghost Train Haze delivers a potent dose of THC to knock out pain, depression, and appetite loss, but patients prone to anxiety should steer clear of this heavy-hitter. Low doses are conducive to concentration and creativity, but you may notice some cerebral haziness as you administer more. Ghost Train Haze is a suitable outdoor strain for warm climates and has a 65 to 80 day flowering time indoors.

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Ghost Train Haze Effects and Attributes

Happy
Uplifted
Euphoric
Energetic
Creative
Depression
Stress
Pain
Fatigue
Lack of Appetite
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes
Anxious
Dizzy
Paranoid

Ghost Train Haze Genetics and Grow Info

All values are averages.
DIFFICULTY
Easy
Moderate
Difficult
HEIGHT
< 30 in
30 in - 78 in
> 78 in
YIELD
0.5 - 1
1 - 3
3 - 6
FLOWERING
7 - 9 wks
10 - 12 wks
> 12 wks
STRETCH
< 100%
100 - 200%
> 200%

Ghost Train Haze Flavors

  • 1. Citrus
  • 2. Earthy
  • 3. Sweet

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“Just smoked 1/2 half of a joint of Ghost Train Haze, and it's definitely got me thinking. I'm thinking that I have a new favorite Sativa strain to pass on to you and my close friends. I say "close" friends because I'm stashing some of it for the "special" times when I want to smoke a very strong Sativa that will pull off the "Stun-Gun" effect on my head while I sit there and think deep thoughts. It will leave you ...”

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“I thoroughly enjoy the Ghost train haze because even though it is a sativa it smokes like a hybrid for me. I feel active yet relaxed. It also has a great taste with a really potent smell which did not surprise me for it had a really high THC. I would recoment this strain hands down!”

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