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White Haze Regular Seeds by White Label

  • Regular strain
  • Cannabis cup winners
  • Sativa / indica Hybrid
  • Short flowering period
  • High plant
  • Heavy yield
  • Sunny / mediterranean
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White Haze Regular by White Label: high in THC, low in CBD. With its sudden banging high, White Haze is a true super sativa. The biggest benefit? The flowering time is pleasingly short for a Haze strain, the yield is surprisingly big, and the height gain delightfully manageable. The name of this cannabis strain is derived from the plentiful white trichomes that adorn the buds like crystals, and lend the plants a fairy-tale appearance.

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About White Haze Regular by White Label

White Haze Regular by White Label is based on 70% sativa genes, and is characterised by high THC, low CBD, a surprisingly short flowering time and good yields.

White Haze Regular by White Label growth pattern

With a THC-content of over 20%, Haze strains are not for the faint-hearted. It started with pure sativas originating from Thailand, Mexico and India. These gained great popularity in California during the 1970s, before reaching Europe. But cultivation proved exceptionally sluggish. Long flowering times and low yields made life hard for European growers.

So Sensi Seeds began to cross Haze strains with indicas, resulting in some famous strains. Our Silver Haze was familiar to every cannabis fan; less well-known, but no less interesting, is White Haze.

The buds on this beauty are surrounded by a thick white layer of trichomes, from where it takes its name. There’s no doubt, the literally hair-raising resin production is a real highlight of these hybrids. With 70% sativa genes, White Haze Regular by White Label combines a popular Haze high with benefits more usually associated with indica lines. These include the conical-shaped dense flower clusters typical of a hybrid.

We have successfully reduced the average flowering time to 50 to 70 days, and at the same time increased yields. We also managed to get the height to a manageable level. But because it’s still a Haze strain, there needs to be sufficient ceiling height in the growing room. There is minimal risk of mould, although the plants should be checked for insects and parasites from time to time.

A Screen of Green (SCROG) promises particularly good results. This strain also responds positively to Supercropping and Lollipopping. Remember that this is an indoor strain. Outdoor cultivation has a chance of success only in a warm, preferably tropical climate.

Effect, flavour and smell of White Haze Regular by White Label

Haze strains are loved for their euphoric, some would even say psychedelic effect. High in THC, low in CBD: the same goes for White Haze Regular by White Label. It combines a rushing, cerebral high with a warm body stone. Prepare for a fit of the giggles and pulsating feelings of joy. Creatives types or anyone needing a pick-me-up will find a reliable partner in this cannabis strain.

The typical Haze flavour comprises earthy pine tones and fresh citrus notes. Exactly the taste of this weed.

Did you know?

  • Not many cannabis strains can claim to have won the first prize at a Cannabis Cup. White Haze Regular by White Label is one of them. The jury was excited beyond measure by the resinous, aromatic buds of this super sativa. The result: 1st place in the Cannabis Cup 2002.
  • Haze and music go hand-in-hand. Just think of all the songs that include the word ‘Haze’ in the title, like ‘Haze of Fame’ by Tangerine Dream and ‘Purple Haze’ by Paul Gilbert.
  • To make life easier, this cannabis strain is also available as White Haze Automatic by White Label.

Data Sheet
Seed TypeRegular strain
Cannabis Cup WinnerCannabis cup winners
Sativa / indicaSativa / indica Hybrid
Flowering TimeShort flowering period
HeightHigh plant
YieldHeavy yield
Climate ZoneSunny / mediterranean


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