Up until a couple of years ago, I ordered weed from budtenders like, “Hi, I’m looking for the perfect amount of creative” and never paid attention to what they gave me beyond a little plastic baggy with my gram of weed and hopefully a high to match what I was up to that day.
Super Silver Haze Strain Review
Through much trial and error, I finally discovered Super Silver Haze and it’s become the answer to all of my modern day problems, namely in the areas of energy, inspiration, and focus. A hybrid of Skunk, Northern Lights, and Haze, Super Silver Haze features a beautiful balance of 70 percent sativa and 30 percent indica that promises an uplifting, euphoric buzz minus the anxiety (and panic attacks) that can sometimes be brought on by a pure sativa. While your mind won’t be racing, your imagination will be on fire. When you’re writing, you may find yourself happily researching the meanings and origins of various words without realizing it. When you’re taking photos, ordinary subjects become extraordinary through the filter of Super Silver Haze. In fact, this sativa is a nice treat first thing in the morning when you’re most enthused and open to the new day’s possibilities. With THC content ranging between 18-23 percent, just a few hits of Super Silver Haze can keep you on Cloud 9 for up to three hours. No wonder it’s an award-winning strain.
Covered in silvery glands, Super Silver Haze is a sticky strain that is easy to roll and produces a sweet earthy aroma with citrusy undertones. The only downside to Super Silver Haze is that it can increase your appetite for all of your favorite comfort foods. So, if you’re on a diet, things can get tricky. But if you really don’t care about that kind of thing, and you’re just looking for something to make the daily grind a little more interesting, colorful, and inspiring then Super Silver Haze is a brilliant choice.
Super Silver Haze not an easy strain to grow, and is recommended for intermediate to skilled growers. It is best grown indoors where the plants can be trained (using the SCROG method) for best yields, which are generally low to medium with a flowering time of about 11 weeks. It prefers was warm humid climate with temperatures between 70-80°F.