Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Dutch Haze is an extremely heady high, almost speedy. This would be great for treating migraines or headaches due to the intense cerebral stimulation. The high lasts long, around 3 hours and has a crash that is somewhat of a relief after such an energetic high.
Dutch Haze was developed in order to create a Haze strain that didnít take 3 to 4 months to flower and produced yields higher than the dismal ones typically seen from Haze strains. Dutch Passion bred unnamed North American and European Haze strains, being very particular about the ones they chose to create Dutch Haze. They were successful in achieving their goal of creating a Haze strain with a decent to high yield and relatively brief flowering time of 9 to 11 weeks.
Cultivation of Dutch Haze is recommended strictly for indoor or greenhouse only. Finishing in early November when grown in an outdoor greenhouse or flowering for 60 to 75 days indoors, this is perhaps the most preferred Haze strain by commercial growers. Capable of producing over 4 pounds of medication, this is one of the best yielding Haze strains on the market. Another favorable trait of this sativa is the natural resistance it has to spider mites and most moulds.
The flavor of this strain is almost of pure Haze with subtle flavors of grapefruit and fuel. While it is 90% sativa, the effect is 100% cerebral. The only indica traits Dutch Haze portrays is the shorter flowering time and higher yield. Patients who suffer from migraines, depression, glaucoma, stomach ulcers, arthritis and even ADD and ADHD will find comfort in medicating with Dutch Haze. Typically, this sativa goes for $45 to $50 an eighth.