Brainkiller Haze will be an indoor strain for the majority of growers although, in warm climate regions, such as the Mediterranean, it will thrive outdoors as long as the weather stays good until well into November in the northern hemisphere when the harvest will be safely gathered in. Hydroponic cultivators should take note that it is very sensitive to ph levels so these should be well-monitored and adjusted suitably.
Flowering can take up to 14 weeks in true Haze fashion but the long wait is more than worthwhile both in terms of yields and THC levels. Even relatively unsuccessful growers should reap 600 gr/m2 while the more green-fingered, or more fortunate, will crop up to 1100 gr/m2. THC production is very high and has been measured at 22%.
The effect is very sativa indeed with feelings of euphoria and a psychedelic edge. Not the strain to help you get through all that clerical/IT work as your mind will be taken on a journey of discovery to the bright, sunny uplands of the sativa marijuana experience. Therapeutically it will lift the spirits and help to combat both anxiety and depression as well as relieving chronic pain symptoms. Also worth noting is its ability to give the smoker/vaper a very dry mouth as well as dry eyes so maybe worth investing in some eye drops if this is going to be one of your go-to strains.