More about Kosher Haze
Kosher Haze has a multi-layered terpene profile. This cross between a Kush and a Haze strain guarantees an array of different aroma & flavor profiles. One thing is for sure, the aroma is very intense and pungent. She has a soil-like terpene profile with predominantly earthy, gaseous and piney notes. If Kosher Haze is grown in a well-prepared organic soil she can even emit some unusual, but delicious, butterscotch terpenes. The flavor is also dominated by the typical earthy, kushy terpenes with a taste that can sometimes be reminiscent of traditional Afghan hash. It is mainly earthy kush when inhaling and more acidic, gassy and fruity when exhaling. Some phenotypes can have a nutty, buttery flavor, which is pretty special!
Kosher Haze has a strong hybrid effect. Because of its high THC content, the effect of this strain is known to be very powerful and long-lasting. It starts as an energetic feeling that can stimulate creativity and clear thoughts. The mental aspect comes from the Sativa part of the genes and the citrus terpenes, making it slightly uplifting and euphoric. On the other hand, there is a strong earthy and piney aroma & flavor. These kushy terpenes blend perfectly with the citrus and gassy terpenes coming from the Karel's Haze. This makes you feel stoned and also physically numb. It can cause your body and muscles to relax and especially at higher doses, this mental relaxation will be more pronounced. Most people will experience a powerful high that can eventually cause a couchlock stone, especially when you take a higher dose.
- Kosher Kush x Karel's Haze
- 30% Sativa/ 70% Indica
- Height indoor 0.7-1.2m
- Height outdoor 1-3m
- Flowering time 8-9 weeks
- XXL Yield 500+ gr/m2
- Aroma: Earthy, kush like, old school Afghani with hints of Haze
- Effect: Energetic but stoned at the same time