The Haze was developed in California in the 1960s and 70s by crossing some of the best tropical sativas which had been imported during that period. Our Haze population comes from Oldtimer, a British breeder, and it has been preserved intact until today being possible to find phenotypes ranging from the mythic and nearly extinct “Purple Haze” to the most popular “Green Haze” phenotype.
Oldtimer’s Haze is a delight for 70s sativas lovers, a trip back into the past for all those who could not enjoy it at that time.
Structure: Slim and elegant plants, with a tall, branched structure. Medium-length inter-nodes. At the time of growing, the leaf is very thin and shows a pale colour. It reacts very well to pruning. Bouquet: Dark, fruity aroma, with earthy touches of ashes, incense and antique wood aroma.
Green Haze’s aroma is fruitier (like tropical ripe fruit), while Purple Hazes smell like blackberry and black liquor. Effect: Strong stimulating and mental effect, without heaviness or physical weakening. A high level of THC and low level of CBD together produce a no-limit effect. It can produce anxiety and paranoia in high doses and/or to persons prone to these conditions.
ACE Seeds Malawi is probably the strongest pure sativa line in the market. Its incredible production of huge trichomes, its flower density and its devastating power, which knocks down the hardest and most nervous smoker, turns her into a cannabinoids bomb. Malawi flowers shows golden colouration at late maturing. Recommended to those breeders looking for a powerful and high yielding sativa.
Structure: Tall and branched sativa. Aroma: At first, spicy and woody on the tongue spreading through the palate with floral and orange tones. Deep background of resins and oils. This has a very powerful, long-lasting and therapeutic effect. Strong, dense and psychedelic high in the beginning, followed by a relaxing stage that leads to a physical and mental hibernation.;
|Product Types (class)||Seeds THC|
|Genetics||100% african sativa|
|Flowering Time||11-12 weeks|
|Harvest Month||End of October / Early November|