Red Colombian Haze

Red Colombian Haze Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
80 g/m2
Flowering Period
9 to 10 weeks
Warm and slightly dry environment
Growing Difficulty
Pepper, Incense, and Sweet

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Red Colombian Haze Marijuana Seeds Information

Her deep forest green fan leaves grow long and thin, while the main stem is thick with bright green buds covered in trichomes are sticking out and the orange pistils that add vibrancy to her overall look. CH9 Female Seeds created the Red Colombian Haze by using Seedsman Colombian Red, Neville’s Haze, and 4 Female Pollen.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Red Colombian Haze?

Taste the incredible combination of sweet and spice pepper as you puff the Red Colombian Haze. The incense scent of its smoke seeps in and becomes part of this weed’s fantastic profile.

The high will take you to the top uplifting your spirit and gives you meditative thoughts. The effect is very uplifting and slightly psychedelic. It also offers just the right amount of physical buzz to relax the body yet keep its users awake.

What are the Medical Benefits of Red Colombian Haze?

The effect of this cannabis targets the muscles and ease any tension that can be very beneficial to anyone experiencing muscle cramps or spasms. This is also best for individuals who are experiencing chronic pain due to inflammation, injury, or disease-related pain.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Red Colombian Haze.

It is normal to get a mild and temporary headache when toking this weed, and please be careful not to overuse this because it can trigger paranoia or anxiety. For the most experienced users, they usually suffer from having a dry mouth or bloodshot eyes after smoking this pot.

How to Grow Red Colombian Haze?

While it can be challenging for some novice breeders to grow this specific cannabis, here are some tips to guarantee its full growth. To make sure that she produces high yields, multiple topping is required. It is also essential to trim some of the broad leaves so low growing nodes can flower. If you live in a cold and dry environment, indoor planting is best suited to make sure that the situation is fully controlled. Outdoor breeding is only recommendable if the climate outside is matched for her preference.

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