Super Silver Haze, bred by Green House Seeds, was the first prize winner at the High Times Cannabis Cup in 1997, 1998, and 1999. Crossing genetics of Skunk, Northern Lights, and Haze creates a beautiful, sticky sativa that boasts an energetic, long-lasting body high.
The uplifting effects are a great for high stress levels or when suffering from a lack of appetite or nausea.
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Known for being the king of all Sativas in the 1990’s, Super Silver Haze has taken home many awards from various Cannabis Cups throughout the years. Carefully bred by Shantibaba and Neville (two well-known breeders), the development of this stain began while Shantibaba was at Greenhouse seeds in the very early 90’s. They have continued to cultivate Super Silver Haze at the Mr. Nice Seedbank ever since. It’s become a favorite for medical and recreational consumers alike, regularly being offered in dispensaries throughout the west coast. It is composed of about half Original Haze, a quarter Northern Lights #5 and a quarter Skunk #1. Tasting of spice, skunk and citrus, Super Silver Haze can deliver powerful psychoactive and physical effects.
A strain that can make users want to get on their feet, it lacks focus but can be very profound and thought-provoking. Motivating as it can be, Super Silver Haze shifts gears during the second half of its long-lasting high and begins to soothe the body. Users may experience a brightening of colors and sharpening of sounds. For most users, the strain can be effective daytime medication for fatigue, mood disorders, nausea, and migraines. Some users may find the bodily effects heavier than others but it may alleviate chronic aches and pains.
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Our process of making our products beings with the source of the product. Be it edibles, or vapes. Everything has to start off pure and natural. This purity at the source is key to great end products.
Where possible we like to keep our products or raw materials organic. Same with the growing, distillation, manufacturing and infusing process. Organic keeps the good stuff and none of the bad.
Sativa is a primary marijuana strain type known to be energizing and cerebral. Sativa strains are ideal for activities during the daytime that require physical activity or a high level of social interaction. In terms of effects, sativa strains provide a high for your mind, jumpstarting creativity, focus and mental energy. Use this list to explore sativa strains and their effects.
Please read this, it’s important. Cannabis is a controlled substance in all 50 states. Do not carry it on your person and do not transport it in your car. If at all possible avoid leaving your home while intoxicated. It is strongly discouraged to drive a vehicle while high or any other machinery. Keep away from children, especially edibles. Keep away from unsuspecting adults. Always consume the strict minimum and always clear your schedule before consuming. Cannabis cannot hurt you, but avoid consuming large quantities at once. Cannabis vapor or smoke are not good for your lungs. The only good thing for your lungs is clean fresh air. Stay safe and stay smart.
All of our plants are grown indoor and some strains in light depravation grow tents. We do not use chemical pesticides, herbicides or fertilisers. We use capsaicin (hot peppers) pesticides and natural fertiliser. All of our plants are grown in a sustainable and organic matter in soil. As compared to other companies in our industry our prices tend to be higher, but that’s a direct result of a higher quality grow process.
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The main difference between the two types of cannabis is their effect. Indica strains tend to be more of a body high and produce a lethargic feeling in users. Sativa, on the other hand, can help stimulate a consumer who smokes this product. The aroma or scent difference between the two species can exist but it is more of a general rule of thumb than an exact scientific guide to the different species.