|Sativa / Indica / Hybrid||Hybrid - Sativa|
|THC Percentage||Up to 30%|
|CBD Percentage||Less than 2%|
|Indoor Yield||700g per meter squared|
|Outdoor Yield||1700-2000g per plant|
|Flower Time||9-10 weeks|
|Effects||Euphoric, Happy, Energy|
|Aromas & Flavors||Sweet, Citrus, Orange, Pine|
|Terpenes||Alpha-pinene, Linalool, Alpha Pinene, Limonene, Menthol, Beta Myrcene, Beta Caryophyllene, Alpha Humulene, Terpinolene|
Feminised Mimosa Seeds
Mimosa is a strain that is as tasty as champagne, with effects that won’t leave you with a hangover. It might not be the same as bottomless mimosas at brunch, but this strain can hit just as hard. Our Mimosa Feminised is bottomless in how its taste and effects linger for as long as you need. This hybrid-sativa leans heavily to its sativa lineage, meaning it fits as good at brunch and will last throughout the day. It has up to 30% THC and is perfect for any situation you might find yourself in. It is the ideal strain to christen a brand-new grow room! If you are looking for the next seed to pop or strain to use to celebrate a momentous occasion, you won’t want to miss out on this fragrant, heavy-hitting flower. It is overflowing with flavor thanks to the incredible amount of alpha-pinene that it holds within each giant nug.
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If you want a crop of all-female buds, you can’t go wrong with Feminized Mimosa. This hybrid is quite potent! The effects you will feel after only a few puffs of this glorious strain have been said to be incredibly assertive as waves of euphoria wash over its users. With up to 30% THC, it’s clear to see why. These plants glisten with a brilliant frosty glean when under the lights of an indoor grow. When you cultivate it indoors you can expect to be harvesting a lot of flowers, with 700 grams per meter squared. Sometimes the branches will be so heavy you will have to crop a few of them early. Outdoors, this strain retains its incredible yields, delivering up to 2000 grams per plant. It’s as fancy as its name describes, with flavors reminiscent of champagne and orange juice. After just one meeting with this exquisite strain, you will see why people are so happy when they smoke it. It is such a robust hybrid that it is almost guaranteed to leave you with boundless energy for you to complete even the most time-consuming tasks. Being a hybrid, it does, however, have a few threads of indica wrapped up in its potent effects. Once the sativa effects have begun to diminish, you will be left with a warm hug of indica type sensations, such as relaxation and a general feeling of peacefulness. With its flavors and high THC content, this strain is one of our favorites, and for a good reason.
Feminised Mimosa Strain Stats
With a massive 24-30% THC content, this strain can leave experienced smokers at a loss for words! It only has <2% CBD, so this might not be the best strain for users needing a nice balance between the two lovely cannabinoids. This beautiful strain is also a massively heavy producer when grown indoors and even outdoors. Indoors you can expect to cultivate 700g/m2, so make sure that your grow room has enough room. When growing outdoors, you will be harvesting 1700-2000g per plant so if you are planting in your garden, double-check it also has plenty of space so as not to take the light from your other plants. You can expect it to flower in 9-10 weeks. This strain is a heavy producer so you will need to monitor your plants to ensure that the stalks aren’t being dragged down by the sheer size of the nugs. Because these nugs will be eating up all of the fertilizer you throw at it, it is strongly advised that you utilize a complex healthy soil medium that is rich in critical nutrients. This strain will munch up everything, leaving you to wonder how it can chow down so much. When you see the enormous buds it produces you will see where all of those nutrients went.
Effects of Feminised Mimosa Cannabis Seeds
The effects of Mimosa have been described as something akin to a strong cup of coffee mixed with a touch of chamomile tea. It produces such potent effects that many who use it are struck with fits of laughter as the current of euphoria whisks them away to greener pastures. The euphoric attributes make this strain a gem for those who are feeling down. This strain will take you from sad to happy as quickly as you can puff on it! This strain might be a hybrid, but you will be hard-pressed to find a user who thinks this energetic strain is anything but a sativa. When first trying this strain, most people will get so wrapped up in the energy-producing aspects of this flower that they will soon forget they even consumed any at all! The effects creep on slowly, perfectly matching the user’s cognitive awareness. Only when the effects start to slowly fade away will the user begin to feel the hybrid aspects take hold. The indica side is hidden well under the green leaves but as the effects wear off users will drift comfortably back down to earth.
Mimosa Feminised Characteristics
Like a fine wine, our Mimosa strain’s fragrance and taste truly set it apart from other strains. It has sweet overtones when you first get a whiff of this flowering beauty that slowly transforms into a citrus-infused treat. As the name suggests, this strain has an overwhelming amount of orange essence. On your first taste, you will notice a predominantly orange taste, and as your palate adjusts, you will be able to distinguish a light pine flavor that overrides the orange and will leave you feeling like you just chewed a pine needle. As for the terpene profile on this master class flower, it’s packed. It predominantly has alpha-pinene, which is what gives this flower its piney undertones. This terpene works well for users with various lung issues, as the pinene can help open airways when used correctly. Another terpene that this plant has hidden in its lush flowers is limonene which comes from citrus fruit and works well for helping users find peace throughout their daily lives. While this plant still contains several terpenes, such as linalool, menthol, beta myrcene, beta-caryophyllene, alpha humulene, and terpinolene, they are in such small amounts that they hardly register on tests. Every terpene plays a role however and the therapeutic applications are immense.