Paradise Strains experimented with crossbreeding their Mango Haze and Lemon Skunk plants. The bud is a perfect combination of its parent flowers: pungent and skunky with hints of fruit, citrus, and earth mixed in.
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Delahaze is a hybrid strain that leans toward Sativa dominance. This strain was developed by the brilliant and classic growers at Paradise Seeds in Amsterdam. Paradise Strains experimented with crossbreeding their Mango Haze and Lemon Skunk plants until eventually Delahaze was born.
The flavor profile is one of Delahaze’s strongest selling points. Many users report that out of the packaging, the bud is a perfect combination of its parent flowers: pungent and skunky with hints of fruit, citrus, and earth mixed in. This scent expands when ground up and burned, as the smoke tastes of ripe mango, sweet-and-sour citrus, and dirt. Although these elements seem like they wouldn’t go together, they combine into an incredibly smooth and enjoyable hit from any form of consumption. Like most Sativas, Delahaze nugs are elongated and spearlike in shape. They are typically dark or forest green in color, with a thick coating of orange pistils and tiny white trichomes.
Upon exhaling the smooth, peppery smoke of Delahaze, users are greeted with a rush of cerebral energy. As you drum up nothing but happy thoughts, you quickly realize your pain has melted away into nothing and you can finally relax. Not long after your sesh is over, you’ll be able to clearly focus on the tasks in front of you, without worry of physical pain stopping you. Delahaze’s high is an energetic and creative high, users often find themselves tackling large projects they had been procrastinating on. This makes Delahaze the perfect strains for wake-and-bakes or taking a quick walk with the dog.
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