The sativa-dominant hybrid is a cross of Dawg’s Waltz and Haze. This batch of Waltz Haze boasted a total of 28.08% THC. The gram was one large teardrop-shaped bud that contained long rusty pistils and was covered in cream trichomes.
The terpene profile for Waltz Haze had nearly six times beta-myrcene than any other terpene, which was not a huge surprise. Common in most strains, the myrcene was easily detected in Waltz Haze’s dynamic earthy, floral, and citrus aroma and flavor. The high levels of beta-caryophyllene and limonene also enhanced the citrus and woody aroma. And the linalool added a floral and spice, especially to the back end of the inhale and exhale.
But what I believe makes Waltz Haze such a dynamic terpenes profile was the high levels of elemene and guaiol, which gave the aroma and flavor strong hints of mint and spice. The elemene and guaiol also supplemented the other terpenes anti-inflammatory benefits to deliver a creeping body buzz that many sativa strains do not offer. The 0.68% of Delta 9 THC only benefited the strong body sedative.
The multifaceted cerebral high hit quickly with a euphoric lift and pleasant thoughts, but the more I dosed while working the more my thoughts tended to drift instead of focusing on the task at hand.
Along with the strong physical relaxation, the cerebral high eventually delivered a sleepiness I didn’t expect. Because of this I didn’t consider Waltz Haze a great work sativa. However, the strain was a great sativa-leaning hybrid that I used for work late at night when I only needed an hour or two of an uplifting euphoric high before finally crashing. Or on days when I wanted to take a nap after a few hours of work, Waltz Haze was a good choice. It allowed me to work with energy for a few hours before eventually helping me fade into a nap.
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