Super Silver Haze

Strain | 80% Sativa Hybrid

Cannabinoids | THC (20+%)

Terpenes | Beta Myrcene, Limonene, Linalool, Alpha Pinene, Caryophyllene

More About Super Silver Haze

Consider yourself introduced to the king of Sativas – the Super Silver Haze. This strain was bred by Shantibaba (Greenhouse Seeds) and Neville in the early 1990’s, and went on to win numerous Cannabis Cups over a number of years. It is certainly one of the most decorated cannabis strains out there, with a popular user base to suit. Super Silver Haze is also one of the parents responsible for Super Lemon Haze (which you may have heard of).

The Super Silver Haze is itself a Hybrid: produced using half Original Haze, some Nothern Lights #5 and Skunk. All three are heavyweights of the cannabis world so Super Silver Haze comes with some string genes.

The aromas of the strain are spicey, skunky, smokey and citrusy. It has all the hallmarks and notes of a well-bred Kush. This is (to coin a phrase) good kush.

What won the Haze its Cannabis Cups is the bright, and vibrant sativa high it packs. The strain has a powerful heady high which brightens colours, makes sounds louder and sets your thoughts out onto a raft in outer space. The high is profound and very memorable. It is really unlike a lot of sativas and has unrivalled energy. This is certainly a strain for somebody with a high tolerance of THC as the mind rush maybe a little too much for those not quite as experienced with strong sativas. There is certainly a risk of anxiety and paranoia as your thoughts race through your head so fast that you do not have time to finish them. Imagine a slightly less Euphoric Ghost Train Haze.

The high is a very long-lasting one which eventually settles in your body. It is a great strain for the day time if you haven’t got too much planned, or for late-night parties or social events.

Super Silver Haze Seeds

Although this strain is still illegal in the UK, you can buy the seeds very easily. Although the seeds are completely legal, it is still a criminal offence to cultivate them and grow the plant from them. So be warned if you’re thinking about growing something from the seeds that this will come with consequences. The seeds are best as heirlooms for the future.