Hazey Margarita LTD is a Sativa dominant hybrid that origined in the United Kingdom. It’s very popular in Europe and one of the most recent crossings of this season.
It happens to be the product of the combination between Mango Haze and Jack The Ripper. In Latin America there have been few harvests, since the conditions are not the most appropriate for it.
What is the appearance of our marijuana plant?
The Hazy Margarita is a kind of elongated bush and on its sides it shows a kind of leaf in the style of a spear that looks like a triangle.
It has long pistils coated with resin and a light layer of trichomes that gives it a bright look. The colors that you’ll see in this plant are forest green, orange and gray.
It should be noted that its bud is quite loose, so it avoids excess moisture inside.
What does the Hazy Margarita LTD taste like?
This type of cannabis has quite peculiar fruity touches.
On the one hand, it has a sweet mango flavor in combination with fresh apricots.
On the other hand, you will notice a strong citrus flavor as if they were fine lime zests. It could be said that it’s a very fresh combination that you can taste in each drag.
As for its scent, you don’t have to worry about bothering others. This plant has a sublime smell that will leave everyone who perceives it glad.
What effects can it cause?
In general, this type of marijuana makes the consumers feel a state of joy and euphoria that allows them to adapt to a social environment without any problems or inconveniences.
This state of euphoria may increase as its effects become stronger. Because of its high THC content, it affects the brain more going directly to the nervous system.
For those consumers who have never tried this type of plant, it’s recommended to be very careful not to overdo it. The side effects are quite heavy and unfavorable in new consumers.
How many buds does Hazy Margarita marijuana produce?
Based on feedback from several growers, outdoor production is around 800 grams per plant average.
On indoor situations it tends to produce between 450 - 500 grams per square meter.