Ghost Train Haze Strain

Ghost OG x Neville’s Wreck

Ghost Train Haze is a sativa cross of Ghost OG and Neville’s Wreck. Unlike typical Sativas, Ghost Train Haze grows dense buds blanketed in white, crystal-capped trichomes.

Possible Uses:

Patients claim this strain can help with pain, depression, and appetite loss, but patients prone to anxiety should steer clear. Low doses are conducive to concentration and creativity, but you may notice some cerebral haziness as you use more.

Terpene Profile

  • Terpinolene
  • Limonene
  • Myrcene

Scent + Flavor

  • Sour
  • Citrus
  • Earthy
  • Floral
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An unusually potent sativa, Ghost Train Haze (sometimes shortened to simply Ghost Train) is a strain capable of delivering a burst of creative focus and uplift, among other benefits. From cannabinoids to growing tips, here’s everything you need to know about Ghost Train.

Ghost Train Haze’s Aromas, Flavors, and Terpenes

First things first: What does the Ghost Train strain taste and smell like? Many fans fall for its sour, floral, and citrus notes, all underscored by a bracing earthiness. As with all cannabis, these subjective characteristics are imparted by the strain’s major terpenes:

  • Terpinoline: This herbal and floral terpene has a smell reminiscent of pine needles
  • Limonene: You’ll know limonene for the bright, citrusy aroma it provides lemons and oranges—and cannabis!
  • Myrcene: This earthy terpene offers hints of musk, spice and fruit to Ghost Train

These aromatic oils are the most important players in the cannabis ecosystem, imparting each strain’s characteristic aromas as well as potentially important medical benefits.

Limonene, in particular, is an important contributor to Ghost Train Haze’s scents. As detailed in several clinical studies, this terpene can help reduce stress, acting somewhat like a plant-based antidepressant. Other studies suggest it kickstarts the production of serotonin and dopamine, two vital neurotransmitters that help support our mental health.

Ghost Train Haze’s Genetics

As with any strain, the “parent strains” play a large role in determining Ghost Train Haze’s characteristics. According to the original cultivator Rare Dankness, the strain descends from:

  • Ghost OG: Much loved for its unusual, “non-intrusive” high, Ghost OG is highly capable of running interference on chronic pain, insomnia, anxiety, and anything else you throw at it.
  • Neville’s Wreck: A flavorful sativa-dominant hybrid, Neville’s Wreck is noted for floral, spicy aromas that can sharpen the appetite. Expect classic sativa uplift and inspiration, one reason many fans use it to combat depression.

Ghost Train Haze’s Cannabinoids and Effects

As a classic sativa strain, Ghost Train Haze is known for delivering cerebral stimulation and uplift. (If you need brushing up on the terms “sativa” and “indica,” start here.)

What is Ghost Train Haze strain good for? With those archetypal sativa effects, people enjoy its effects for depression, pain, and loss of appetite. However, a word of caution is needed: Especially for those users who suffer from anxiety, it’s important not to overindulge. At higher doses, many find that the Ghost Train strain actually inspires anxiety rather than diminishing it.

How much is the right amount?” is an important one. Some cannabinoids are biphasic, meaning that they can exhibit markedly different effects at different doses. Add to this the fact that many users actually derive greater benefit from smaller amounts of THC, and it’s a reminder to “start low and go slow.”

As with all strains, much of Ghost Train Haze’s effects come from its lineup of cannabinoids, the family of natural compounds that includes THC and CBD. Clinical studies suggest that THC helps relieve pain, both acting as an anti-inflammatory and leveraging its characteristic euphoria to help reduce the perception of pain.

Interestingly, Ghost Train also contains small amounts of CBG, a cannabinoid linked to some intriguing medical effects such as combatting irritable bowel disease (IBD), glaucoma, and other disorders. You can learn more about this potential power player here.

Growing the Ghost Train Haze Strain

According to growers, Ghost Train Haze generally prefers temperatures between 68°F and 80°F. It grows equally well indoors or out, though given the appropriate climate, outdoor setups will produce higher yields. Feed it abundantly and you’ll be rewarded by a bountiful harvest in the flowering window of 65 – 80 days.

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