Ghost Train Haze’s first parent (and one of its namesake strains) Ghost OG is an award-winning strain that is beloved by many in the cannabis community for its balanced cerebral and body effects. Meanwhile. Ghost Train Haze’s other parent, Nevil’s Wreck, is an energizing, sativa dominant strain that is itself a hybrid of Arcata Trainwreck and Neville’s Haze. Also a product of Rare Dankness, Nevil’s Wreck tends to bring consumers a boost of uplifting energy.
Ghost Train Haze is a notoriously potent selection that was ranked “The Most Potent Strain on Earth” by High Times in 2012 (the strain appeared on the cover of the magazine). Ghost Train Haze also placed in the top-three in the 2013 and 2014 High Times Cannabis Cups.
WestWord also wrote a short profile on Ghost Train Haze in 2017, saying that budtenders will offer you Ghost Train Haze if you ask them “What’s your strongest strain?”
Due to its legendary potency (some consumers say that it “packs a wallop”), Ghost Train Haze is generally only recommended for experienced consumers. Lower doses can help consumers enter a creative headspace, where they can concentrate on whatever task they need to accomplish, or perhaps find a new perspective on something.
Higher doses will probably bring about a bit of cerebral haziness that can then turn into a couch-locked sedation. Ghost Train Haze may also provoke mildly psychedelic experiences in some consumers, meaning that newcomer cannabis consumers should partake in it cautiously.
Overall, consumers say that Ghost Train Haze leaves them feeling happy, uplifted, euphoric, energetic, or creative.
Many people describe Ghost Train Haze’s flavor as earthy, with hints of chemical, spices, and herbs. It also has a tart citrus scent on the exhale.