Originating from the United States, Brazilian Haze is a mostly sativa strain proudly bred by Brazilian Seed Co. It came into existence by crossing Haze and Brazilian Khola. This cross produced a plant emitting a mellow mix of sweetness and spiciness. It can be cultivated either indoors, outdoors or in a greenhouse. With a complex mixture of genes, it is surely a treat that does not only cater to recreation, but also for medicinal purposes.
Flavor and Effects of Brazilian Haze
Brazilian Haze’s smell and the taste is just the same. Its smell is reportedly not that strong, but the taste begs to differ. It is a strong and delectable mix of sweetness and spiciness. With its haze heritage,it launches you to the clouds of euphoric high. It is perfect for activities requiring a higher level of focus and concentration. It sweeps the racing thoughts inside your mind to enable open-mindedness, ensuring a smooth flow of creative ideas and thoughts. The high will hit you between your eyes, leaving you in a hazy daze. Once the haze subsides, the high slowly creeps to your body, relaxing it as it spreads from your neck to your toes.
Medical Benefits of Brazilian Haze
Brazilian Haze can help in soothing agonizing headaches and migraines. Because of its motivating qualities, it is also recommended as medical marijuana for those suffering from depression and anxiety. It might not take away the illness completely away, but it makes it bearable. It helps the user’s productivity, instilling a feeling of accomplishment that alleviates the symptoms. The increase in focus helps in calming ADD and ADHD patients.
Negative Effects of Brazilian Haze
No matter how good the medical benefits are, a strain as potent as Brazilian Haze is not perfect. Large doses can lead to dizziness and headache. As with other strains, dryness in the mouth and eyes is inevitable. Users may also suffer an increased anxiety level.
Growing Brazilian Haze Some information and Tips
In terms of the growing method, Screen of Green (SCROG) method is recommended. It loves light. The temperatures should be kept intense but never beyond 85 degrees Fahrenheit. In terms of humidity, it should only be within 55-65 percent RH.