The Azure Haze marijuana strain is an indica-heavy strain (80% indica and 20% sativa) with solid but not supersonic levels of THC (19%). Azure Haze is similar to Blue Dream because it crosses two prize-winning strains (cultivars): Super Silver Haze (SSH) and Blueberry. Azure Haze has been reported as having relaxing, uplifting effects that can help manage stress, chronic pain, anxiety, and depression.
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Flavonoids are what give cannabis buds their unique colors and flavors. Research into these compounds is emerging, and studies indicate they could help treat various medical conditions.
Individual strains such as Azure Haze are not usually tested for specific flavonoids, but cannflavins A, B, and C; beta-sitosterol; and kaempferol are often found in marijuana.
Azure Hazes has been reported to have the following effects:
The following adverse effects have also been reported:
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
People who have tried Azure Haze report experiencing a number of positive and negative effects.
Cannabinoids like CBD can help modulate serotonin transmission, giving it anti-depressant and anxiolytic effects.
Cannabis contains many anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) compounds that can beat stress and reduce the production of the stress hormone cortisol.
A suitable THC dosage varies from user to user, and many variables are at play. The dosage depends on an individual’s unique endocannabinoid system, whether you are consuming edibles or inhaling smoke, and whether you seek pain relief, sleep, relaxation, socializing, euphoria, etc.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to marijuana, and we recommend starting with less than 5mg of THC and adjusting depending on the effects.
Known for vigorous, tall plants and elongated spear-shaped flowers, Azure Haze is among the easiest plants to grow. Resilient and robust, Azure Haze can withstand various growing conditions, making it a great beginner’s strain that can be cultivated indoors or outdoors.
Azure Haze can grow tall, reaching six feet outdoors and three indoors.
Humidity and Temperature
This strain thrives in a semi-humid environment.
Azure Haze has an average flowering time of eight to ten weeks.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Azure Haze an indica or sativa?
Azure Haze weed is an indica-dominant hybrid, with 80% indica genetics and 20% sativa. Traditionally, indica is considered more relaxing and sativa more cerebral and stimulating, but research reveals that these categories mean less than we once thought. Now users are encouraged to look at terpenes and cannabinoids for a more complex view of a strain.
What is the strongest strain of haze?
Haze is a common lineage, and some of the most popular contemporary hybrids in shops today have hazy parentage. One of the most potent haze strains is Cannalope Haze, which can have THC levels of up to 30%.
What is the strongest strain of indica?
Many different strains compete to be known as the most potent, with Strawberry Banana, Purple Punch, Gorilla Glue, Super OG, and Mendo Breath all scoring well in terms of THC levels. Although Azure Haze has solid THC levels, it doesn’t rank among the heavyweights, which can have levels upward of 30%. Azure Haze is also a sativa-heavy strain, meaning it is less likely to have the sedating effects of the more potent indica strains.
THC 17%CBD 0.1%-1%
THC 12%-18%CBD 0.02%-0.29%
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THC 14%-20%CBD 1%