Amnesia Haze cannabis has a somewhat misleading name: it’s a sativa-dominant hybrid that, despite its potency, won’t leave you with a severely impaired memory. Composed from a cross of the base strain Haze and several different breeds including Thai, Hawaiian, and Afghani, Amnesia Haze can be very inspiring.
Brought to the world by the legendary scientists at Dutch cannabis company Soma Seeds, Amnesia Haze is another of their potent and potent haze-like strains produced for marijuana users around the world to enjoy.
The meticulous and professional breeding techniques that have been used to develop this cannabis strain have been rewarding; in fact, Amnesia Haze won first place at the 2004 Cannabis Cup, as well as first place at the 2012 Sativa Cup.
|% de CDB||0.15 – 1.2%|
|% de THC||17- 22%|
|Génétique||Hybride à dominante Sativa|
|Origine||Afghan, Hawaien, Haze, Thai|
Amnesia Haze cannabis can easily be grown indoors as the plants are more typical of indica strains – the plants grow more horizontally than vertically, and usually do not exceed more than 1.20 meters. Amnesic disorder phenotypes can vary, with some forming cloudier white trichomes than others; the psychoactive potency may also vary in these cases. The unique bud size of the strain comes with a unique scent and taste.
Amnesia Haze growers should prune wide fan leaves at the top of the plant to allow air and light to reach the floral nodes on the lower branches. Amnesia Haze takes time to mature: plants flower in 10-12 weeks, making it a difficult strain for commercial growers to grow.
Amnesia Haze cannabis can be useful for people with attention deficit disorder who have difficulty concentrating on specific tasks. It can also be a powerful appetite stimulant. On the negative side, those prone to anxiety may experience some degree of paranoia due to Amnesia Haze’s tendency to induce feelings of mental frenzy; as such, new cannabis users may want to temper the initial dose of this strain.