Sunbeam Haze Review

As noted in my previous post, Sunbeam Haze is another Hemp strain ordered from Upstate Hemp Co.  Sunbeam Haze was grown in a greenhouse and was only afforded wonderful Western NY sunlight.  Sunbeam Haze has a whopping 21% CBD content and a very low 0.04% THC content.

Sunbeam Haze package

Sunbeam Haze is slightly darker in color compared to Deschutes.  The bud structure is very light and airy.  It almost appears as if there is more in the package than should be due to how much larger the buds are.  Sunbeam Haze gives off a very pleasant earthy, familiar smell that is not overpowering.  There are far less trichomes on Sunbeam Haze compared to Deschutes.  Given how dry the flower is, Sunbeam would be a good candidate for a joint or a bowl.

Sunbeam Haze flower

Using my Hemp-only bowl, Sunbeam Haze burns through very quickly.  The smoke is also not harsh and carries through the earthly flavor.  In some sittings, I ended up packing two bowls to get an equivalent quantity smoked due to how airy the buds are.

Sunbeam Haze macro shot

Sunbeam Haze has a remarkably different affect when compared to Deschutes.  Sunbeam Haze provides a bit of a headrush, more akin to what a Sativa would do.  My usual morning headache went away and my mind seemed a bit “clearer” than before.  Sunbeam Haze is best suited for a morning or mid-afternoon smoke.  It gives a sensation of a mild “pick me up” while providing focus on activities.

I’ve also noticed with Sunbeam Haze that it provokes a slight bit of hunger afterwards. Not a full-bore munchie attack like encountered when consuming a higher THC product; but enough to make a quick trip to the fridge.