With a name like Amnesia Haze, you can expect a one of a kind psychedelic head trip from this strain, that will leave you in a dream-like state for an extended period. This potent weed came into existence after the Haze genetics came to Holland. According to legend, an American expat crossed a hybrid with old school Haze seeds, and voila, Amnesia Haze was born.
Amnesia Haze fares better indoors, due to its long flowering period, and while it can be grown outdoors in warm sunny climates, it may need to be grown in a greenhouse. In ideal indoor growing conditions, this plant may produce 70-80 grams per plant and up to 600 grams per metre squared under a 600W light. The biggest downside to Amnesia Haze is the long flowering time of 12 weeks, which can put off some growers.
While this strain can produce a strong high, it acts as more of a relaxant than a sedative which is why individuals suffering from depression or anxiety may benefit from Amnesia Haze. Despite having low to mid levels of CBD, the medical marijuana community considers Amnesia Haze to be a good overall medicinal strain as it can alleviate a wide range of conditions from nausea to migraines.
Any side effects experienced with Amnesia Haze are very mild, from cotton mouth to dry eyes. It is also worth noting that the intense cerebral high may be uncomfortable for some users.