Red Headed Stranger
A mostly sativa blend of Tom Hill's Haze and William's Wonder, this cerebral bud was named after a Willie Nelson albumHybrid
About Red Headed Stranger
The rare sativa-dominant cross of William's Wonder and Tom Hill's Haze, Red Headed Stranger was allegedly named after the famed Willie Nelson album.
Red Headed Stranger's flowers are big, dense, and sage green in color, each bud of this strain individually decorated with a fur of fluffy orange pistils and chunky trichomes.
Expect these strains to have a pungent lemon and herb fragrance, and when smoked Red Headed Stranger's buds will have spicy, woody, and similarly herbaceous flavor.
Those who have been lucky enough to find Red Headed Stranger remark that the strain's effects are mostly cerebral, as the strain delivers a clear-headed, uplifting, and focused buzz that seems like it was designed for daytime medication.