The Ghost Train Haze strain is a reputable sativa strain. Bred from Ghost OG and Nevilles Wreck, this strain was brought to us by Rare Dankness. Ghost Train Haze won a High Times Cannabis Cup in 2014 and took home a second-place winner in 2013. The potency of the high from this strain should cause novice smokers to avoid it. The effects can be overpowering to someone that isn’t used to consuming cannabis. Try not to make your very casual cannabis consumer friend face an entire blunt themselves. You might scare them away from cannabis forever.
Just because the effects are potent does not mean everyone should avoid the strain. Consumers can expect waves of creativity, increased happiness, giggles, and a hint of focus. Anxiety is a potential negative side effect and if you’re a cannabis consumer that has difficulties with anxiety you might want to avoid the Ghost Train Haze strain.
The flavors of the strain are as potent as the effects you can expect to feel. Aromas of sweet citrus and earth fill your nostrils with enticing smells. There is a pungent lemon flavor that comes through when the cannabis is smoked. Dense green buds mirror the almost piney smell that can come from the strain. A coating reminiscent of powdered sugar coats each nug in trichomes giving it a frosted appearance. Be sure to check out the Ghost Train Haze strain next time you’re picking up cannabis.
Ghost Train Haze Terpenes