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This strain has forest green nugs covered in trichomes, resin, and orange pistils.

If you grow it outdoors, your harvest could yield up to 12 ounces per square meter. You might also be surprised at how late harvest time is. Maui Haze may not be ready until the beginning of October.

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Those who overuse Maui Haze or struggle with THC, in general, may experience more severe effects. There are reports of this strain causing increased feelings of anxiety and even paranoia. If you’re unused to the feeling, it may prove unpleasant and even frightening.

Maui Haze is a popular strain for MMJ patients who want to alleviate chronic pain. The high hits extremely quickly, and soon you should feel a soothing sensation in the body. Your limbs may feel slightly heavy, and many users report feeling a reduction in the pain they feel. They also like the fact that they get this level of relief without feeling sedated.

Maui Haze Cannabis Strain Grow Info

Although you can cultivate Maui Haze outdoors, you need to live in a warm climate. This strain doesn’t like the cold and could die if left exposed to low temperatures for too long. Given its links to the tropics, it is no surprise to learn that Maui Haze requires a hot climate with lots of sunshine.