I hope I have undone some of the misconceptions put forth in this erroneous article but in addition I would also like to remind folks that classification of CANNABIS (marijuana is a derogatory name) has been for many years skewed by the illegality that pervaded Botany and Medicine as well as society: Sativa, Indica, Ruderalis and Afghanica are the major speciation of Cannabis. Ruderalis has been used currently as a CBD rich plant that auto-flowers (instead of using photoperiodicity) to cross with other plants to increase their CBD content. Ruderalis has narrow, short leaves and growth is in extremely bushy, squat plants.
AC/DC, Harlequin and Charlotte’s Web all have Ruderalis heritage. Afghanica is often mistaken for Indica, it is closer to Sativa in effects and produces large plants with high yields. Indica has been cultivated for hasheesh for thousands of years and has remained a stable and useful strain due to the careful cultivation and crossing with other Indicas. Indica is generally more sedating by nature of it’s THC content as well as a varying palette of Terpenes. In fact many of the observed differences between Indica and Sativa are due to Terpene spectrum not THC %’s. Terpenes and THC/CBD amounts are responsible for what a lot of people relate to as strain qualities but not always true. John martin i think i learnt alot with your comment but i have a question: is there any sativa that doesnt couchlock and has high yield? Here you can find all info about Haze Kush from Kush Cannabis Seeds .
If you are searching for information about Haze Kush from Kush Cannabis Seeds, check out our Basic Infos, Shop-Finder and Price Comparison or Lineage / Genealogy for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database! Haze Kush is a mostly sativa variety from Kush Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±81 days ) and outdoors . Kush Seeds' Haze Kush is a THC dominant variety and is/was also available as feminized seeds. Haze Kush is a result of crossing Thai Haze with OG Kush. This Sativa dominant marijuana strain is a little longer to finish, but the combination is almost psychedelic once she does. The resulting cross has a lovely spicy skunk scent to her sticky icky buds. Haze Kush develops outstanding high-quality yields and it can reach a height of 150 cm in 11-12 weeks. Haze Kush is a fantastic cannabis strain from Kush Cannabis Seeds which is currently available in a Reg/Fem Cannabis Seed Option. Type: Sativa Dominant Genetics: Thai Haze X OG Kush Height: Medium - 100 - 150cm Flowering Time: 11-12 weeks Flowering Period: October Yield: High > 450g Medicinal Level: Low. Haze Kush from Kush Cannabis Seeds is available as regular and feminized seeds. In 4 seedbanks, we found 28 offers between EUR 23.92 for 3 regular seeds and EUR 229.92 for 30 feminized seeds. If you are looking to buy Haze Kush Cannabis Seeds from Kush Cannabis Seeds somewhere - have a look to our Haze Kush Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops - or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current Haze Kush offers: Cannapot Hanfshop, Herbies Head Shop, Oaseeds and Original Seeds Store. states and Washington, D.C., but there are still many gray areas when it comes to the health effects of using cannabis. Research is still being done on marijuana secondhand smoke as well as the benefits and risks of trendy products like CBD. However, there have been many studies that have shown marijuana can interfere with some medications. Almost 13% of women age 15-49 are currently using birth control pills for contraception, while more than 10% use long-acting reversible contraception like intrauterine devices (IUDs) and implants, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It’s no surprise, therefore, that many women would be concerned about the risks associated with mixing marijuana with birth control. While there have been studies on marijuana use and fertility, there is limited research on the interaction of marijuana and birth control. Despite this, many birth control brands come with warnings that there could be adverse effects when their pill or patch is combined with marijuana. Marijuana may have effects that counteract estrogen, potentially making estrogen-based birth control pills — as well as patches, injections and rings — less effective. However, there’s no data to suggest that marijuana decreases the effectiveness of birth control. Certain hormone-based contraception also comes with a warning that it can theoretically decrease the elimination of marijuana from the body, meaning the effects of marijuana could be more severe or last longer. Cardiovascular issues are also a concern for combining marijuana and contraceptives.
Cigarette smoking already increases the risk of serious cardiovascular side effects from oral contraceptive use, and smoking marijuana could have a similar effect. Researchers are also investigating the effect of marijuana on blood pressure, with some linking cannabis to higher blood pressure but others finding CBD decreases blood pressure. Birth control pills, patches and IUDs can all increase blood pressure, risk of blood-clotting problems and other heart issues. The lack of research on how marijuana affects the health of women, in particular, is one reason more and more women are being inspired to dive into the fields of marijuana research and law as well as becoming pioneers in the marijuana industry. My question is this: does smoking marijuana have the same effects as smoking cigarettes if you're on the birth control pill? Given a lack of research on the simultaneous use of marijuana (also frequently called weed and pot) and birth control, it’s currently unclear how pot and the pill may interact or conflict with one another. However, it's known that tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), a chemical compound found in marijuana, naturally elevates blood pressure. This elevation may pose a risk for people with certain pre-existing heart conditions that might also be worsened by birth control. Additionally, when used on its own, marijuana may induce undesirable and negative health effects (more on those in a bit!). As such, if you’re considering mixing marijuana and birth control pills, you may wish to speak with your health care provider beforehand to gauge and prevent potential health risks.
While research has shown that smoking tobacco or drinking alcohol while on birth control can heighten a person’s risk for cardiovascular disease and stroke, there are no studies looking at the effects of smoking or eating marijuana while on birth control. Due to marijuana’s classification as a Schedule I drug, there are rigid restrictions on the types and amount of research conducted. However, even with the minimal research out there, there’s no evidence to suggest that marijuana decreases the effectiveness of birth control.