Bangi Haze F9 Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
17.5 %
700 to 900 grams per-square-meters
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
6 - 9 weeks
Warm and slightly dry environment
Growing Difficulty
Lemony, sweet, nutty, blueberry, diesel and skunk

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Bangi Haze F9 Marijuana Seeds Information

Also called Bangi Haze and has a sweet-sour aroma with sticky and resinous buds that blend with its unique crystalline white trichomes, which breeders of this marijuana attributed to its haze structure and texture. 

It was created by cross-breeding Subcool’s The Dank with Appollo 13 and Querkle. This Hybrid is a Sativa-dominant, and the curing of its flowers will produce curly leaves. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Bangi Haze F9?

To get concentrated and energetic, a dose from this strain will go a long way to help. It has euphoric, energizing, uplifting, relaxing, and relaxing effects. This cannabis has lemony and skunk flavor. Expect sedative effects after consuming this hybrid strain. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Bangi Haze F9 strain?

Good medicinal marijuana in the treatment of People who have arthritis, loss of concentration, attention deficit disorder, vomiting, and nausea will find this strain very helpful. It is very curative in the management of chronic pain, anxiety, insomnia, loss of appetite, depression, and stress. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Bangi Haze F9 strain

This strain can cause dizziness, paranoia, dry mouth, dry, itchy eyes restlessness, high fever, and headache.

How to Grow Bangi Haze F9 strain? 

Don’t expect its growing method to be easy, as this strain would present you with some ever-increasing difficulty. Its germinating period after planting is usually within two weeks. The application of less harmful pesticides is useful. Watering should be done at least a day. Expect large yield after harvesting period of 6 to 9 weeks period and is best grown indoors for maximum yield.

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