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Sojay Haze

Sojay Haze

An energizing sativa-dominant strain derived from Grape FX and BC Big Bud


About Sojay Haze

A strain originally created by of Cresco Labs, Sojay Haze is a sativa-dominant blend of BC Big Bud and Grape FX. This hybrid is 70 percent sativa and 30 percent indica. It is said to bring a superb sense of bliss.

Cannabinoid Content

Sojay Haze is known for being moderately potent, with a THC content typically between 15 and 20 percent. This means that most people are able to enjoy it without a problem.


Flowers of Sojay Haze tend to be fluffy, and each of this strain’s leafy green flowers is individually coated in sparkling trichomes and patches of reddish pistils. The green nugs also feature rich purple undertones.


Cannabis enthusiasts who have tried Sojay Haze have described this cannabis strain as mostly cerebral, as it provides a euphoric, energizing, and creativity-inducing buzz. Some people even report a sense of focus, helping with productivity related to that creativity. Consuming Sojay Haze will also likely increase your chattiness and sense of giggles. It is also known for its physical effects, which are deep.

Many people enjoy taking Sojay Haze when they are going to exercise or engage in another physical activity. Others like it for the ability to improve focus and concentration, especially when taken in smaller quantities. Best of all, users report that the motivation comes without anxiety.

Keep in mind that as the effects of Sojay Haze begin to wear down, you may experience mild couch-lock. This comes from the moderate laziness and body-mind relaxation that set in after the energy and euphoria. You should also keep in mind that as with many other strains, Sojay Haze may lead to a feeling of cottonmouth. You may also experience dry eyes. It is very rare, although possible, for those who use Sojay Haze to get headaches or anxiety.

Sojay Haze is a popular strain for fighting depression, inflammation, stress, loss of appetite, and fatigue. Others use this strain to relieve joint pain, chronic pain, and muscle tension, as well as for multiple sclerosis. It is also commonly suggested for those who experience eye pressure and want relief. Many people also enjoy using this strain when engaging in physical activities.

Aroma and Flavor

When you encounter Sojay Haze's buds, you'll discover that this strain has a naturally pungent, perfume-like floral scent, complete with an aroma of bright citrus and a bit of muskiness. This strain's flavor is a sweet-yet-sour combination of berry and citrus fruit notes.

Other Information to Know

Because Sojay Haze has properties that stimulate the senses, it is best to enjoy it in the morning or during the day. Smoking this strain before bed may lead to sleeping issues and will minimize your ability to take advantage of its effects. That said, many people who have used this strain indicate that it would be fine to use before bed without any problems falling asleep.

If you live in an area where it is legal to grow marijuana, Sojay Haze has moderate growing difficulty. It grows tall, and you can grow it indoors or outdoors. Despite being tall, it is fragile, so growers frequently need to place support to the branches and stalk. Doing so will help prevent breakage when the strain begins to flower. If you choose to grow Sojay Haze indoors, experts suggest you use hydroponics to help control nutrients. Otherwise, opt for a substrate with lower nitrogen content. Those growing indoors may also want to top the cannabis off early, so it remains short and does not take up too much space. The flowering period for this cannabis strain is between eight and 10 weeks, and you should expect a moderate yield.

It tends to be very hard to find Sojay Haze outside of the West Coast, but it is possible if you know where to look.