Sativa Dominant Hybrid 70% Sativa / 30% Indica

THC: 18% - 21%

Nigerian Haze is a sativa dominant hybrid strain created through a potent cross of the infamous (Nigerian Silk X Northern Lights #5) X Haze strains. With powerful parent strains and a super high 18-21% average THC level, Nigerian Haze is definitely a must-try for any sativa lover. Nigerian Haze has super unique long and dense bell pepper shaped forest green nugs that are spattered with bright orange hairs and a fine coating of tiny golden crystal trichomes. Like its appearance, the Nigerian Haze high is unique for a sativa heavy strain, packing a cerebral punch that is surprisingly well anchored in the body. The high starts with a euphoric rush of cerebral uplifted energy, launching your mind to the sky and infusing you with a sense of creative inspiration and focus. You’ll be ready to tackle anything that comes your way with a smile, a feeling that never seems to end. As your mind races through happy energy, your body will become anchored to the world below with a slight numbing effect that soothes away aches and pains and keeps you from becoming overly anxious. Because of these effects, Nigerian Haze is great for treating patients suffering from chronic stress, migraines or headaches, chronic fatigue, and depression. It should be avoided at all costs by any user who suffers from anxiety. This bud has a sweet citrus flavor accented by herbs and a touch of earthiness. The aroma is very floral and fragrant, almost like a rose incense, with just a touch of sweet lemon.
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