Ghost Train Haze

Ghost Train Haze

4.6| 473 Reviews

Strain Highlights

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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Strain Attributes

Happy
Uplifted
Energetic
Euphoric
Focused
Depression
Stress
Pain
Fatigue
Headaches
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes
Anxious
Paranoid
Dizzy

Strain Data

All values are averages.
FLOWERING
7-9 wks
10-12 wks
> 12 wks
Parents of 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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“Where to start with this one, well let's just start with wow. This is my favorite sativa strain and that is saying something because I love my sativas. When you first open it up you are greeted with a sweet orange citrus smell that only gets better when ground. When you start smoking though is when you can feel the difference with this one. This is a strong and fun strain that lets you think and feel with a strong ce...”

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