Hay-Z Feminized Strain Specifications
Type: Sativa-dominant (85% Sativa), Feminized
Genetics Parents: Neville’s Haze x Super Silver Haze
Flowering Period: 9-10 Weeks (Mid to Late October)
Climate: Sunny Mediterranean
Yields: 550-650G/M² indoor and 800G per plant outdoor
Flavors: Classic Haze, Citrus, Flowery, Spicy, Herbs
THC Level: 23%
CBD Level: Less than 1%
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavor and Effects of Hay-Z Feminized?
The Hay-Z marijuana strain will bring a party in your mouth which, after having that first hit, will get you hooked instantly! You won’t regret the effort you put into the growing process of these Hay-Z buds. With citrus and lemony flavors that will taste very ripe and fresh, your tastebuds will be tingling with satisfaction! This is also followed up by a classic haze flavor and a sort of spicy and floral note. Nothing too harsh or scratchy could be expected from this strain but you still might end up coughing with how pungent the smells and tastes are.
The effects will be geared more towards a high-intensity cerebral buzz that lasts for long hours! The way you perceive things in your environment will be a lot clearer and vibrant. As you tend to focus up and feel motivated by the rush of energy you get, Hay-Z is a great partner to have for any recreational or work-related activity that you have. It is capable of feeling cerebral without being psychedelic.
Instead of having your mind altered into a different reality, you will feel much more light-headed and alert. The stimulation of your head will also cause you to conjure up some very happy and joyful thoughts, making this great for boosting your social skills!
What are the Medical Benefits of Hay-Z Feminized?
Hay-Z provides medical marijuana patients a lot of reasons to opt for this strain. With the mental-stimulating high that could last for a long period of time, people who are diagnosed with certain levels of attention deficiencies and mood disorders can find relief in this strain. Conditions and illnesses such as ADHD, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, anxiety, high levels of stress, and even mild symptoms of bipolar mood swings can find relief in this Hay-Z strain.
It can also prove to be useful for some physically-inclined conditions at a mild level that can leave users feeling uncomfortable and disoriented. The anti-inflammatory effects and pain-healing properties make this a great remedy for non-debilitating chronic pain and even symptoms of Parkinson’s disease! People who have appetite disorders can also make use of the hunger-stimulating effects of Hay-Z.
Negative Effects you Can Expect from Hay-Z Feminized
Despite it not being known as a psychedelia-inducing strain, people who are inexperienced with cannabis smoking may feel a slight disorientation in their senses from this strain. If you do not have a high tolerance to THC, then you may very well feel a strong case of trippiness and nausea due to the intense cerebral effects. This can lead to people greening out or even feeling a heightened sense of paranoia and anxiety.
You should also watch out for the usual cottonmouth and dry eyes sensations that you will feel. While these are normal side effects that won’t really last for long periods of time, it can still get quite uncomfortable. Make sure that you drink enough water before smoking any kind of weed!
How to Grow Hay-Z Feminized?
Growing Hay-Z Feminized marijuana seeds is best done outdoors where it will be allowed to stretch and expand into its full potential. However, if you do not want the plants to reach heights that go out of control, you can always prematurely trigger the flowering stages at an earlier date. Generally, they are very sturdy and durable plants that can withstand any climate that you place them in. But since they are hungry for light and nutrients, make sure to make the most out of an outdoor growing operation in order to get the highest potency possible.
The tall and lanky plants can spring out thick branches to support the fat and heavy buds that Hay-Z produces. These crystal trichomes surround each bud with a thick layer, giving them a very frosty and enticing appearance. These plants will need 9 to 10 weeks of flowering, but you can always wait for an extra week to really flush out all those extra nutrients and intensify the flavors even further. Outdoor gardens will yield during mid to late October. Yields in an indoor setup measure up to 550 to 650 grams, which is well above the average. Outdoors, on the other hand, can bring up to 800 grams of buds per plant.