Super Silver Haze, considered one of the greatest grade sativas in the world of marijuana, has not gone unnoticed – especially considering it was given first prize at the High Time Cannabis Cup for three years – from 1997 to 1999. Shantibaba and Neville, two well-known breeders, carefully cultivated this stain which began in the early 1990s while Shantibaba worked at Greenhouse seeds. Super Silver Haze originated from a cross between some of the highest-quality buds on the planet, with a genetic history spanning from three distinguished weed varieties: Northern Lights (indica), Haze (sativa), and Skunk No. 1 (hybrid).
ABOUT SUPER SILVER HAZE
Super Silver Haze has an excellent balance, with 70 percent sativa and 30 percent indica genetics. The touch of indica keeps you feeling buzzed without generating tension or anxiety. In fact, Super Silver Haze allows you to be relaxed while still feeling “on-the-go”, something anyone with a busy schedule would appreciate. Furthermore, Super Silver Haze marijuana has a relatively high THC level, ranging from 18 to 23%. What this strain lacks in focus instead brings highly introspective and thought-provoking ideas in spades, making users want to get up and move. Super Silver Haze, as motivating as it can be, switches things up during the second part of it’s lengthy high and begins to take hold of the body, relaxing you instantly. Colors may appear brighter and sounds may sound sharper to users. The strain can be a beneficial daytime treatment for most people suffering from tiredness, mood disorders, nausea, and headaches. Some users may experience more physiological effects than others, but it may help with chronic aches and pains.
The aroma of Super Silver Haze cannabis is really quite nice, yet in an unexpected way. This marijuana strain does not have any sweet or candy-like notes, but instead appeals to the more active components of sense — including fiery, skunky, diesel, and herbal smells that bring you back down to reality. In terms of flavour, the Super Silver Haze marijuana strain has notes of citrus but is mostly herbaceous, peppery, sour, and earthy. This flower’s look includes a variety of chilly and muted tones that get more colourful as the plant cones out.