Amnesia Haze from Station House is a sativa-dominant flower with genetics connected to South Asian and Jamaican landrace strains.
Typically users describe the aroma and flavour as a mixture of fresh herbal pine with a secondary citrus that’s nearly as strong as the pine. Growers report the buds as being medium to large in size, light green leaves, dark orange hairs and a trichome layer of average thickness.
It will be interesting to see how this compares to LowKey’s Haze.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived in a small black bag with resealable zipper opening. We cracked the seal which allowed a fairly strong herbally citrus aroma permeate the package. There could have also been a piney undertone but the strong citrus was so pronounced that it made any secondary aroma hard to detect.
Station House included a humidity shield which definitely seemed to help keep the buds pretty spongy. In terms of size, they were mostly medium to small in size, light green with dark hairs and covered in a decent layer of sugary white trichomes. Some of the nugs were leafy but overall this product was trimmed much better then Station House’s OG Kush strain.
Not too surprising but the flavour was a milder form of the aroma. It definitely leads with an earthy or herbal citrus on inhale but on exhale there was a very light piney undertone. However because the lemon citrus is so distinct (just like the smell) you really have to focus to pick up any secondary flavours.
Listed with 18.4% THC content and a price tag of $22.95 for 3.5 grams ($77.95 for 14 grams), we found Station House’s Amnesia Haze delivered a surprisingly strong high considering it’s under 19%. After smoking we felt a mild but uplifting cerebral high that was accompanied by a feeling of lightness, relaxation and happiness. This would actually make a great daytime smoke because you won’t feel burned or tired. We’d take this sativa over Station House’s Blue Dream, so if you’re looking for an affordable flower with a strong citrus vibe then you might want to consider this one.