Mimosa Cannabis Strain
Mimosa, a Sativa hybrid (70/30), was created in 2017 by crossing Purple Punch and Clementine. Since then, it has exploded in popularity among smokers who like the original and anyone who is game for a fruit cocktail that contains as much as 27% THC.
You can expect fruit from this plant in just nine weeks. The latest time an outdoor crop can be harvested is around the middle of October. Tiny, compact, spherical, olive-green bulbs grow on this plant. Many dark amber hairs on the buds and the white trichomes shine.
Growing Mimosa Seeds
The secret behind Mimosa’s delightfully sweet and tangy orange flavor is its terpene profile, which is discussed in further detail below in the section dedicated to Mimosa’s medicinal effects. Mimosa’s taste can be improved by extracting the plant’s terpenes. The health of a Mimosa plant depends, in part, on the quality of the soil in which it is planted.
A varied and healthy soil medium is ideal since it promotes optimal plant growth. Both store-bought “super soil mix” (about $20) and homemade versions (around $10) are available.
The Mimosa plant’s food can be supplemented with specific nutrients at critical junctures in its development. To begin, more nitrogen can be applied during the vegetative stage. Then, use lots of phosphate and potassium during the flowering stage to boost the terpene content.
Mimosa Weed Taste & Smell
It has a sweet and sour flavor profile, like that of tropical fruit, and a slight berry flavor, like a mimosa, when you exhale it. Similar in scent but with additional earthy herbs and woody florals. The Mimosa plant produces tiny, thick buds that are spherical and covered in brilliant white crystalline trichomes & dark orange hairs.
Mimosa Marijuana Effect
This bud is your best chance for a sober morning pick-me-up. The lunchtime benefits of mimosa are great for overcoming morning lethargy and jumping on the day. You’ll feel a burst of physical and mental vitality, a surge of euphoric motivation, and an acute ability to focus at the outset of the high. You’ll also get a tingling sensation. However it’ll be more widespread in your body than in your mind when these effects take hold.
Mimosa’s high 19-27% average THC concentration and accompanying effects make it a popular treatment for treating conditions like depression, chronic stress or anxiety, ADHD, migraines, nausea, and loss of appetite. Your body may crave rest and a seat on the couch, but your mind will continue to race and keep you alert. Because of this, this strain is excellent for gatherings when everyone wants to relax and have fun.