The effects of Liberty Haze take hold of users quickly in the form of a bracing head high. A steady pressure can be discerned around the eyes and temples. There is also a marked change in perception that may prove disorienting at first; smokers may suddenly find them some more observant or even hyper-aware of their surroundings. Once they’ve become accustomed to this altered state, though, users can point this energetic thoughtfulness in any direction they choose. Liberty Haze can provide the motivation you need to get out and accomplish some errands. Alternatively, it can help accomplish work, whether creative and artistic or more analytical and task-based. It may also be a great way to bond and relax with friends, whether you’re staying in or taking a hike on a beautiful day. A classic “wake and bake” strain, Liberty Haze is not recommended for use before bedtime. Its strong cerebral can be long-lasting, even for cannabis veterans.
Just as Liberty Haze has recreational uses that affect the mind, its medical applications are also mostly psychological (although its anti-inflammatory properties may confer some benefits for minor aches and pains or for an irritated stomach). Its sustained feeling of focus and acuity can be helpful for those with attention deficit disorders. For patients with mild to moderate stress and depression, it can open up channels of perception and mood, allowing the afflicted to feel more present and “in the moment.” Negative side effects include dry mouth. Because of its tendency to bring about recursive thinking and paranoia, Liberty Haze may also be not best choice for those who are prone to panic or who have a low THC tolerance.