The history of Haze strains

There are thousands of hybridized weed strains in the world, and if you traced them all back to their true origins, you’d probably end up at Haze. It is the genetic backbone of the world’s best-known sativas. Though an illustrious strain with such an old history, the stories of its origin are unconfirmed and hearsay.  A brief history of Haze Legend has it that the Original Haze cultivar was developed in Santa Cruz, California, in the early 1970s by two brothers: R. Haze and J. Haze. The brothers crossed a Mexican landrace with a Colombian landrace, which was then crossed with a Thai landrace. The result was a cannabis flower with a complex mix of earthy, citrus, and spicy terpenes. Haze is the single reason we associate sativas with cerebral highs that get you mentally and physically active. During its conception, the brothers were in contact with David Waston, culturally known as “Sam The Skunkman,” father to the legendary Skunk #1 strain. In his time working with the Haze brothers, Sam came into ownership of the Original Haze genetics. At some point in the 1980s, Watson moved to Amsterdam and took thousands of seeds with him, including Original Haze. While…

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