Ghost Train Haze Strain Review – Bonza Blog
Pity the people with vivid imagination who are scared of ghost. At any given moment, left alone, one could appear from dark corners to say boo. Unfortunately, Ghost Train Haze does not seem to have the same effect on users. Touted as among the most potent Sativa in the world and knowing how overwhelming its psychedelic effects can be, it has attracted more people instead of dissuading.
Ghost Train Haze is an offspring of Ghost OG and Nevil’s Wreck bred by Rare Dankness.
A cut of OG Kush, Ghost OG delivers a balanced mind and body high and is notable for its pain-relieving qualities. Neville’s Wreck, on the other hand, is a clone-only plant previously bred by Rare Dankness. While it has an Indica phenotype, the breeder used a mostly Sativa phenotype to create Ghost Train Haze.
|Ghost Train Haze Strain Quick Facts|
|Genetic Lineage||Ghost OG x Nevil’s Wreck|
|Sativa / Indica Ratio||80 / 20|
|THC %||22% to 24%|
|Flowering Period||9 to 11 weeks / Late October|
|Average Yield||300 g/m2 / 400 g/plant|
Odor and Flavors
Ghost Train Haze has an invigorating fragrance that quickly sets the tone for a good hit. It has a refreshing citrus kick with sweet and floral notes. Smoking it is just as delightful as its fragrance that carries over. Its citrusy flavor blends well with an earthy taste and leaves a sweet note upon exhalation.
If anything, this strain is not going to leave users lethargic. Far from it, Ghost Train Haze is the embodiment of what Sativa hybrids should be. From the get-go, it delivers an electrifying mental buzz that quickly swings the mood. Soaring with happiness and feeling very sociable, most users tend to not only be cheerful and having laughing episodes as well.
Used in moderation, it provides mental clarity as well as inspire creative thoughts. Getting things done is not at all an issue as Ghost Train Haze delivers a seemingly endless supply of energy. However, if one does end up using more than just enough, the intense cerebral buzzing may cause a foggy mind. Keep in mind; this is one of the most potent strains ever.
Although Ghost Train Haze retains a small percentage of its Indica heritage, the soothing body effects it induces may pale in comparison to the tantalizing mental euphoria. Still, it promotes a sense of wellbeing.
One way of approaching Ghost Train Haze is by staying on the conservative side. In other words, beginners and even experienced users should not abuse its use. While it more than satisfies the cravings and can often exceed the expectations of Sativa fans, it is also possible that some may experience feeling anxious or paranoid.
Other conditions that users might feel are the typical reactions. For example, dry mouth, dry eyes, and dizziness are likely to occur albeit mildly.
Adverse effects come with the territory, so to speak. Hence, the best way to not further complicate things is to use Ghost Train Haze in tiny amounts at a time.
Medical Use and Benefits
Not too long after taking the first toke, its effects are already felt by users. The surging euphoric high can wipe out stress in an instant. Its uncanny ability to uplift the mood and promote happiness is beneficial to people with depression who needs aid in coping with their condition. In the same manner, it can also be useful to other forms of related mental issues.
One notable thing about Ghost Train Haze is that it is surprisingly effective in pain management. Besides pain relief, the boost in energy it induces helps people fight off fatigue.
During the comedown, most users tend to have a case of the munchies. As such, those with an eating disorder may find it helpful as an appetite stimulant.
Growing Ghost Train Haze
Far from being a creepy looking ghost, this cannabis is a delight to the sensory senses. Its bright green buds are dense and very thick with orange hairs sticking out. Covered with a generous amount of trichomes, the snow-like frosted looking buds is a clue to the insane amount of THC it contains.
Ghost Train Haze is a strain that can be handled well by intermediate growers. It prefers a Mediterranean climate and needs to be pruned regularly. This cannabis loves a heavy feeding which directly influences its production. Potassium nutrients are added to the plant during the flowering stage for better growth.
Indoors, it thrives well using the sea of green (SOG) method with some regular pruning. It is important to keep the lower area of the plant free so that the canopy can have increased production. The temperature must be kept within 20 to 27 degrees Celsius. Its flowering stage lasts 9 to 11 weeks. During harvest, it can produce 300 grams per square meter.
This plant may also be cultivated outdoors. Pruning is also required and the weather outside must be warm and dry. It is up for a bountiful harvest in late October with each plant capable of producing up to 400 grams.
Have you grown or used the Ghost Train Haze? If not, would you like to get your hands on this strain? Please leave a comment to let us know what you think. We want to hear from you.