Ghost Train Haze
Ghost Train Haze. All aboard!!! Next stop: Hazeville. The top spot for best Sativa is an epic battlefield. Strains such as Jack Herer, Strawberry Cough and Acapulco Gold all make a strong case. But the most persuasive argument is by Ghost Train Haze. Awarded the best Sativa award by High Times, it’s a psychedelic ride you don’t want to miss out. One of our most excellent tools is the ability to introspect. If you are one of the millions that are on the hunt for new brain hacks, then Ghost Train Haze is a must. Once it enters the system, the mind begins to unravel, letting you analyze thoughts through a spotless mirror. Clear out the junk and restore stillness with Ghost Train Haze.
If you’re unfamiliar with Ghost Train Haze, then grab a pen and paper, it’s time to get acquainted. This is an award-winning Sativa-dominant hybrid from the growers at Rare Darkness. The strain is a cross between Neville’s Wreck and Ghost OG. Ghost Train Haze first burst onto the scene when it took home the award for best Sativa strain in the 2012 Hight times award. Following it up next year, it took the 2nd place in “best medicinal strain.” A 2012 Hight Times cover appearance, dubbing it the “Strongest strain on Earth” propelled it’s infamy even further.
Appearance, Taste And Aroma
Ghost Train Haze’s well known for it’s dark, dense buds with a coating of silvery THC crystals. The tight bud structure is leafy before trimming and covered with orange hairs. And you may be wondering why Ghost Train Haze won all these awards; it’s simple, potency. At the time, Ghost Train had the highest THC percentage, testing at a whopping 27%! Nowadays, strains find their way into the ’30s, but without this pioneer, most would never have known it’s possible. If you’re familiar with the story of the minute mile, then Ghost Train’s history may feel similar. Rare Darkness found themselves a gem in the flavor department. From start to finish, it’s a rich experience. Alongside a vibrant pine flavor, citrus and peppery notes are evident. The smell doesn’t stray far from its taste but does include a hint of mustiness. You’ll want to crack a window if you plan on smoking a doobie indoors.
Have you been feeling a little blue of late? Maybe it’s the changes in weather, a stressful project at work or something you can’t put your finger on. When times get gloomy, supplement Ghost Train Haze. Watch as the stormy mindstate disappears, leaving only serenity and peace behind. With any strain pushing the limits of THC content, the effects are going to be out of this world. The Ghost Train Haze is unparalleled in its ascent through euphoria. Most users say the experience is slightly psychedelic, beginning with an avalanche of reflective thoughts and theory. It’s an excellent strain for sitting down, writing your life goals, and where you wish to advance. Storytellers, creatives and artists alike all flock to Ghost Train Haze.
One of the most underrated benefits of Ghost Train Haze is it’s ability to induce sensual experiences. It’s perfect for couples wanting to add some extra spice to their bedroom. The lighter won’t be the only thing getting fired up, let’s say that. The high from this Haze also includes body sedation. Whether used recreationally or medicinally, it numbs, reducing inflammation, chronic pain and tension. Those wishing to eliminate headaches are also encouraged to try this strain. With a full-fledged case of the giggles, Ghost Train packs a serious punch for the novice and experienced crowd alike. If you do happen to be newer to the world of cannabis, we suggest starting slow and working your way up. Smoking a blunt of this strain when unready is a great way to dive headfirst into an anxious fit. But, if used following your dosage, the journey is a fun-filled one with laughs, smiles and an overall sense of well being.
It is a ride through the mystical lands of THC. Get your ticket today and start seeing the world in a new light.
Up to 23-25% THC
Flavours: Citrus, Earthy, Sweet
Effects: Happy, Uplifted, Energetic, Euphoric, Focused
Medical Uses: Depression, Stress, Pain, Fatigue, Headaches
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