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Ghost Train Haze Shatter by Sweet Leaf

$35.00 $31.50

High Times Magazine and Cannabis Cup love this strain and so do we! Ghost Train Haze Shatter is a powerful 80:20 sativa dominant strain. We hand craft this beautiful flower here at home. It’s then concentrated using only the highest quality butane and top of the line extraction equipment. We at Sweet Leaf Concentrates are excited to bring you Ghost Train haze Shatter. A perfectly concentrated version of this award-winning strain!

Description

Ghost Train Haze Shatter

  •  Aroma: Sweet, Citrus, Earthy
  •  Flavor: Sweet, Pungent, Pine
  •  Effects: Happy, Uplifting, Energetic, Focused
  •  Medicinal Uses: Depression, Fatigue, Chronic Pain, Insomnia

Ghost Train Haze Shatter is a sativa cross between Ghost OG and Neville’s Wreck. This powerful sativa has a heavy floral aroma with a sour citrus kick. Carrying a high dose of THC this plant is sure to help with ADD/ADHD, depression, chronic stress and chronic fatigue. Higher doses of Ghost Train Haze Shatter are typically more suitable for things like chronic pain, inflammation, migraines/headaches, joint pain, muscle spasms, cramping, and other related conditions. Ghost Train Haze bright green buds are thick and dense, rich with trichomes, glazed with crystals and coated in light orange hairs. Even breaking up a bud will cause a strong, hazy odor to permeate around the room. in 2012 Ghost Train Haze was named “Most Potent on Earth” by High Times Magazine. Later in 2014 it was given first place for sativa in the Cannabis Cup. The average THC content of this flower is 23% while the highest tested THC content was 28%. The average THC content of our Ghost Train Haze shatter is 79% making this our strongest sativa! Sweet Leaf Concentrates crafts all shatter extracts using only highest-grade butane and top of the line lab equipment. Every strain is lab tested for quality assurance before being available for purchase.

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