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This strain tastes amazingly like chocolate, although it’s sweet and sour at the same time, kind of like a chocolate with a liquor center. This plant grows out a fat thick central bud, and it’s just as mind-blowing for its yield as it is for its amazing chocolate flavor. It should be ready after around 90 days of flowering indoors and towards the end of October outdoors.

This is quite a relaxing plant with a fruity grape-like flavor as well as striking aroma. It flowers quite quickly thanks to mainly indica heritage. It offers a nice bodily relaxation which is perfect for a nice nap or relaxing on the couch. It takes 55 days to flower indoors and it should be ready around September outdoors. It’s perfect for medicinal uses due to the fact that it doesn’t have much of a psychoactive effect, purely medicinal and relaxing.

Cream Caramel

This is another super-yielding plant that’s Sativa-dominant in effect, although it grows quite quickly indoors. In just 60 flowering days you should get some Blueberry-like buds but with an amazing density that doubles the buds in weight thanks to its Hight Level ancestry. It’s an extremely potent strain and its high THC levels will make even the most experienced tokers rethink rolling that extra blunt; it has some extreme mental effects and a fruity and sweet smell that will trick you into thinking it isn’t as strong as it is.

This strain, rather than sweet, has an amazingly fresh but earthy lemon taste that is delicious. This plant can be the source of some top quality extractions, both hash and BHO. Its energizing effect makes it perfect for regular smokers; it won’t make you super stoned and unable to function properly, and it’s also perfect to smoke with some friends and have a good time. It can be tricky to grow indoors due to its large size, but you can always prune it to keep it under control. Outdoors if you let it grow freely the branches will grow out extremely long and filled with buds. Another characteristic is that it has a ridiculous amount of resin all over it, including along the stems and the trunk.

This strain grows some pretty amazing, big buds on the central cola as well as the 6 or 8 branches it’ll grow on these small, compact plants. Outdoors they grow a bit taller with opener branches. It grows quite fast, taking just 55 days to flower indoors. Outdoors you’ll need to wait until around mid-October to harvest it in the best conditions possible. It’s not too good with fungi, so you’ll need to take some preventive measures if you want it to reach harvest day untouched. It has quite a sweet taste and can be smelled from a mile away, so take appropriate measures when growing this strain and don’t use public transport if you have some on you.

Amazing Haze cannabis seeds manage to encompass the full spectrum of weed genetics almost in its entirety. That’s quite an achievement, and it probably account for much of what makes this steamroller strain so unique in its varied effects. The genetic diversity of Amazing Haze is directly due to the mixed, open-minded marriage between two hugely complementary parent plants. Amnesia Haze is an iconic 70% sativa monolith, whereas Caramella brings an impressive 80% indica genome to the table. If you know the classic effects associated with either branch of the Great Weed Family Tree, you know you’re in for a special ride. Well, you guessed right: start your engines, for the Amazing Haze Race is about to start!

Yes indeed: Amazing Haze has got us singing from the top of our lungs back here in Amsterdam! You’ll understand why once you realize the poetry we managed to capture in this strain’s genetics. We were already mighty pleased with the high-powered Amnesia Haze that Amsterdam fell in love with. Ever since we crossed those Amnesia genes with the overwhelmingly tasty Caramello strain, though, this city has been singing the praises of this 24% THC indica-sativa hybrid weed strain. If this is your first time growing Amazing Haze seeds, you may want to warn your neighbours, because you may find yourself singing along soon…

Amazing Haze Cannabis Seeds

Perhaps Amazing Haze is not your best choice if this is your first ever attempt at growing cannabis. Still, the main trick in cultivating this strain to full effect is patience, lots of patience. Flowering times average at around 9 to 10 weeks, so if you’re planning to grow outside, be sure to go in early or you’ll be harvesting after the autumn rain sets in. If you do manage to let her flower all the way, you’re in for a considerable reward. With the right treatment and nutrient mix, her buds turn ginormous, which in itself does pose a bit of an increased fungus risk towards harvest time. She does have a bit of that familiar sativa sensitivity, though, so don’t treat her rough and try not to stress her out too much.

With two highly diverse indica and sativa strains for parents, the terpene profile determining the scent and flavour of Amazing Haze is a rich blend of aromatic molecules. Caryophyllene and myrcene tend to have the upper hand, although terpene composition does tend to vary from one grow setup to the next. The determining factor in the unmistakable Amazing Haze bouquet comes from the Caramello side, however, as its sultry sweet caramel tones make the taste of its thick smoke quite unforgettable. Taken together, all elements culminate in a lovely sweet palate sensation with lovely touches of earth for balance. The taste of Amazing Haze tingles and lingers on long after you exhale.

An interesting blend of two genetic extremes, Amazing Haze appears to provide medicinal possibilities worth exploring. Its uplifting headbuzz tendencies suggest applications for sadness, low energy and depression-like symptoms, for which the strain is widely appreciated indeed. Some report significant improvement of migraines and lasting headaches for this predominantly brain-directed strain. In fact, Amazing Haze is often quoted as a personal favourite for chronic fatigue and associated conditions, but of course, it works equally well if you’re just having an off-day or a slow start. Add a cup of coffee and something sweet to nibble on, and you’re all set for a productive, positive run!

You get into spoil-yourself territory with the Santa Cruz Shredder. Known for its unique tooth design, it churns out perfectly ground, fluffy weed into a canister sealed with extra-strong magnets. You buy it once, then never have to worry about buying a grinder again.

Looking like a pharmacy bottle for medicine that may or may not be prescribed, the Medtainer is airtight, water-tight, and scent-trapping, with a grinder built into the cap. Studio A-OK made it fancy with a marbled design.

The large Tectonic9 leans to the Inspector Gadget side of things. You put the weed into the chamber and grind it up, standard procedure. But accessing it is what is pretty damn nifty: That silver dispenser flips up from underneath the grinder and fits over a hole (which you manually open and close). Tip, and freshly ground herb neatly falls out.

Just because it’s cheap doesn’t mean it’s crap. This zinc alloy grinder comes with five pieces—including two mesh screens to sift pollen from your weed, and a little scraper to use for the catch tray so not a speck is wasted—with sharp teeth and a magnetic seal. If it seems too large, then remove a mesh screen to shorten it.

For a more tactile option, get DCOU’s hand-crank grinder. A spin of the handle operates blades that chop up weed and filter it through a mesh screen. The clear lid allows you to monitor the entire operation.

Kannastör’s grinder is a mix-and-match marvel with extra storage options, two removable screens, and the option to break it down into a more portable size. Better yet, it comes with two interchangeable grater (hence the name) plates so you can pick your coarseness—fine or medium. Made with hardened aluminum in a matte design that looks real nice, it’ll last you.

Speaking of unpredictable design. Zam’s grinder philosophy is make it pocketable and make it modular—as well as make it graspable, magnetic, and load-bearing (as in, it’ll store enough weed for a day out).