Amnesia Haze is a Sativa dominant strain that has earned its pedigree by consistently winning or placing in cannabis competitions over the years. In 2004, Barneys Breakfast Bar took first place at the High Times Cannabis Cup with their entry of Amnesia Haze. This cut was grown out with seeds from the Dutch company Soma’s Sacred Seeds. This winning edition of Amnesia Haze has the genetic makeup of Afghan Hawaiian x South East Asian x Jamaican Haze.
TASTE & SMELL –
The terpene and taste profiles have soft floral notes, zesty citrus and an earthy, mildly spicy back end.
This strain is known for its euphoric, cerebral, daydreamy buzz. Good for smoking socially, fun, chatty and engaging.
MEDICAL USES –
Amnesia Haze is good for relieving stress, low mood and easing pain.
GROW INFO –
This hybrid cross of Landrace strains produces large Sativa-like plants with light green conical teardrop buds with a golden rust hue to the calyxes. She is a moderately difficult plant to grow. By definition of being a long flowering Sativa, she will take longer than most strains to finish and require more attention. Extraordinary yields can be achieved provided vigilant care is given during the 84 day plus flowering period. As an outdoor crop, this strain does well in general but will struggle in colder climates. Under the right conditions expect large plants and large yields.
SEED AVAILABILITY –
When looking for seeds of Amnesia Haze, consumers should be aware that there are many different breeders/seedbanks offering various genetic versions of this strain. Ranging from containing Super Skunk to Neville’s Haze to “Original Amnesia Haze” with no provenance. Although the genetic waters are muddied the most common combination of genetics found representing this variety were the Afghani x Laos x Jamaica ones, originally selected and bred by Soma’s Sacred Seeds. Not to say that the other versions of this strain do not have their merits, but if you want to make sure you get the real deal cannabis cup-winning version of Amnesia Haze, make sure it originated from Soma’s Sacred Seeds.
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