Critical Chaze

Critical Chaze Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
150 to 450 grams/sqm (indoor)
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
±100 days
Warm, Mediterranean
Growing Difficulty
1.5 to 3.5 meters
Sweet, Spicy, Piney, Herbal, Peppery

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Critical Chaze Marijuana Seeds Information

Critical Chaze is a hybrid strain with auto-flowering characteristics provided by the variety from ruderalis. This hybrid strain is Sativa dominant encompassing 90% of the overall genetics of the plant. This creation is from the Flash Seeds breeders. The crossbreeding of Critical Haze cannabis and Chaze cannabis resulted in a powerful strain that will surely convince the extremely meticulous users and cultivators.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Critical Chaze?

The fruitiness and sweetness of the weed add on to its very pleasing and strong effects. It can also deliver a herbal tone when inhaled. The scent can be described as piney and very refreshing. It has sweet tones mixed with a blend of pepper. In terms of effects, the strain can provide general happiness and mind relaxing impression that gives not only energy but also a pleasurable day.

What are the medical benefits of Critical Chaze?

The weed can provide temporary relief from pain and may reduce significantly stress and stressors. It can likewise help people with depression and anxiety.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Critical Chaze

The common problems that most users encounter from utilizing this cannabis are the mouth-drying and eye redness.

How to Grow Critical Chaze?

This cannabis is suitable and adequate to thrive and develop indoor and outdoor growing environments. It can even adjust to greenhouse growing as well. To maximize the plant’s full capacity in production, growers suggest thriving the seeds first in a pot that can accommodate about 25 liters, before transferring it to soil medium. At the beginning of the cultivation, the strain may require a lot of nutrients and water.

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