Ghost Train Haze #1, 3 feminized Seeds
Ghost Train Haze by Anesia is a sativa cross between Ghost OG and Neville’s Wreck. It is also a winner of High Times Strongest Strains on Earth. This potent strain has been tested with more than 28% of THC. Ghost Train Haze #1 has gained wide-scale popularity that almost borders on cult status due to the strains incredible potency.
The aroma of Ghost Train Haze is sweet and piney, with hints of lemon, and spice. The dense and extreme sticky buds of the Ghost Train Haze are rich with trichomes and coated in light orange hairs. The smoke is extremely smooth, with more of an OG taste with a sharp, sweetly pine flavor.
This strain is well known for it’s potent, psychedelic effects with both the heady euphoria of Sativa and the heavy body stone of an Indica. While the strain can provide a boost in energy and uplifting euphoria, it is better used for relaxing. Best to keep the dose low if you plan on having an active day. This is an intensely strong weed, so inexperienced smokers should proceed with caution.
Growing Ghost Train Haze #1
Ghost Train Haze seeds produce plants of medium height with green leaves and dense, heavy buds covered in orange to amber hairs. This strain can be cultivated outdoors (especially in warm climate) and delievers indoors best results and high yields with impressive strength. Hailed by many as the strongest cannabis strain in the world. You can grow this strain by using the SOG method, and she can be cultivated in soil or with hydro growing. The flowering time is 10 to 12 weeks.
Ghost Train Haze is a very potent strain, with a wide variety of medical applications. It is a useful strain for those suffering from the symptoms of cancer, both alleviating pain and increasing the appetite. People with depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder will also find relief in this strain. Ghost Train Haze can also be used to treat glaucoma. And the calming, relaxing effect in light doses can offer useful effects for those with Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.