Red Headed Stranger or just RHS for short is a Sativa dominant hybrid that’s said to be a cross between Tom Hill’s Haze and William’s Wonder. Not much else is known about the origins of this strain and her breeder remains a mystery. What is known is that RHS was first noticed in Colorado back in 2011. She was named as a tribute to the Willie Nelson album of the same name.
TASTE & SMELL –
RHS buds have a mainly spicy citrusy aroma with peppery hints and once broken up, releasing hashy incense-like notes. She delivers a sweet-tasting smoke with a spicy backend.
Red Headed Stranger hits fast with a mentally stimulating onset that promotes mental clarity and sharpens focus. This strain has a well-balanced high, producing a functional blend of mental vigor and psychical relaxation.
MEDICAL USES –
Medically, Red Headed Stranger has been known to help those suffering from chronic pain and improve general quality of life. Her grounding qualities assist in alleviating symptoms associated with anxiety, depression and stress.
GROW INFO –
Regarding the cultivation of this strain, RHS plants grow in a typical Sativa structure, although producing small dense Indica fashioned buds. She is a suitable candidate for both indoor and outdoor cultivation, preferring a semi-humid Mediterranean-like climate for optimal growth. Indoors, this strain has a flowering period of ten to twelve weeks, with the potential to yield up to 16 ounces per square meter. Outdoors, she is ready for harvest by mid-October when grown in the Northern Hemisphere, producing yields of up to 14 ounces per plant. Red Headed Stranger is receptive to topping and low-stress training with the Screen of Green cultivation method being used in conjunction to achieve higher yields.
SEED AVAILABILITY –
For those interested in obtaining RHS genetics. It should be noted that this is a clone-only strain. To the best of our knowledge, seeds have never been made available.