C 13 Haze

C-13 Haze Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
12% to 15%
Yield
450g/m²
Type
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
10 to 11 weeks
Climate
dry environment
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
96 inches
Flavors
Earthy, Chestnut, Coffee

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C-13 Haze Marijuana Seeds Information

A sativa dominant plant, C-13 Haze is produced by DNA Genetics. It came from the merging of G13 and Cannalope Haze. It needs a flowering time of more or less than 75 days. It is a tall plant, with just enough space from leaf to leaf so enough light could enter and shine on its beautiful white trichomes and yellow shaded buds.

C-13 Haze comes with earthy, chestnut and coffee flavors to choose from. If ingested, it allows the user to have bursting energy that causes creativity to surface. It also comes with medical benefits that could help with aiding depression and pain. This strain is just perfect if you are having low self-esteem or a bad day. Perfect for daytime or night time use if you ever want to stay up late.

What are the Flavor and Effects of C-13 Haze?

C-13 is packed with strong and tasty aroma, along with the flavors of earthy, chestnut and coffee. When consumed, it makes you giggly, talkative. With its euphoric effect, it lets you concentrate on whatever you want to do.

What are the medical benefits of C-13 Haze?

C-13 is known to have medical properties that could benefit people with stress and fatigue. It also acts as a pain reliever and an anti-depressant.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from C-13 Haze

Though C-13 is a stupendous strain, it also comes with repercussions, including dryness of the mouth and eyes, headache, nausea, and dizziness.

How to Grow C-13 Haze? Some information and Tips

C-13 can be cultivated indoors or outdoors. With the proper guidance of an expert cultivator, you will have great yields by the end of your strains flowering period. Proper placement away from molds and pests and good nutrients are crucial for perfect growth.

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