Dutch Treat Haze (Alternative Wellness Center)

Written by KindReviews on June 14th, 2010. Posted in A-, Alternative Wellness Center, Blog, Reviews, Sativa-Dominant Hybrid

Dutch Treat Haze Medical Marijuana Strain Review

From: Alternative Wellness Center

Grade: A-

Type: Hybrid, sativa dominant 60/40 - Dutch Treat (80% Indica BC medical strain) x Haze

Price: $50/8th

Appearance: (8.5/10)  This strain came mostly in the form of little minty green Christmas tree-shaped buds that glimmered with fat-headed trichomes.  It had a very solid manicure, but there were some darker green leaves visible, along with the dark red and light brown pistils.  Perfectly dry and cured just the way we like it, it also had a very well-timed harvest, as it displayed about 25% ambered trichomes and many that were cloudy.  A good density for a Sativa-dominant sample, the flower clusters had a little give but were rather solid and left a dusting of trichs on your fingers when handled.

Aroma: (8.5/10)  True to its lineage, this sample smelled like a sweet citrusy Haze, with hints of limes, pine, and blue candy.  It was a very fresh and pleasant smell that reminded one reviewer of a Jack Herer a bit.  While it wasn’t very strong-smelling in the bag, it broadcast quite well after it was cut up or ground, making it an above-average scent overall.

Taste: (7.5/10)  A strong taste of eucalyptus along with some grassy-tasting citrus was the dominant taste profile here.  The smoke was fairly thick and tickled the throat, causing a decent amount of coughing, but it didn’t have any kind of burning or real harshness.  It seemed to taste slightly better through a clean pipe than an IncrediBowl for whatever reason, normally it’s the opposite.

Effects: This sample certainly seemed Haze-dominant, as the experience was overwhelmingly Sativa, especially at the onset.  Full of motivation and energy, the swirling head high that comes on quickly coursed up the scalp and face, making the reviewers feel immediately medicated.  Though it wasn’t overwhelming-feeling, one reviewer reported an immediate perspiration in his head and face and a quick-arriving slightly cloudy mental state.  As it went on, the urge to stand and keep busy was the dominant impression, and all reviewers reported abundant energy but without jittery or anxious feelings.  Despite that, this wasn’t exactly a social strain, but rather one that made us want to do small projects or creative endeavors.  Towards the end, it began to show some Indica traits, or maybe just a bit of a comedown, as the experience became a bit cloudy-feeling and tired to finish.

Duration: Long, 2.5 – 3 hours

Medicinal Traits: (We are NOT doctors – personal opinion ONLY)  Motivation, creativity, possible ocular relief, clear-headed relief.

Overall: A very productive and energetic daytime strain, this Dutch Treat Haze felt Sativa dominant in profile until the very end, when tiredness and a groggy head kicked in.  The almost linear focus on projects and creative pursuits would make this a great choice for a productive weekend morning, but probably not the best for enjoying the company of others, as it was cerebral and slightly introspective.  Though it didn’t provide a ton of pain relief, it would satisfy most Sativa lovers and those who aren’t looking for a strong body high.  The pleasant taste and smell make this an above average total package for sure, and it will really please a patient desiring some extra motivation and energy from their meds.

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Comments (4)

  • Justin Fowler
    October 31, 2011 at 10:07 pm |

    Can this be shipped

  • rlp
    November 1, 2011 at 2:06 pm |

    NO

  • nug
    December 1, 2011 at 11:42 pm |

    where can i get clones/seeds?

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