Questions are being raised, but a lot of things remain in a state of uncertainty, which leaves these controversies unanswered. However, despite having an anonymous lineage and breeder, the Mint Dawg Autoflowering cannabis will not disappoint its cultivators and smokers.
This weed is slightly leaning on the indica side, with a proportion of 50% indica to 45% sativa; ruderalis makes up the other 5%. The small portion of the ruderalis genetic is responsible for turning this plant into an autoflowering variant.
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Type: Indica dominant hybrid (50%), Autoflowering
Genetics Parents: No data
Flowering Period: 8 – 9 weeks
Yield: No data
Flavors: Herb, Nutty, Sweet, Vanilla
THC Level: 15% – 20%
CBD Level: No data
Height: No data
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
The buds of the Mint Dawg Autoflowering marijuana oozes with an intense mix of sweet herbiness and nutty vanilla taste and smell. This can be felt by the senses as soon as the nugs get broken apart.
While this Mary Jane is almost a balanced hybrid, when its effects kick in, it results in a hard-hitting, stoney cerebral buzz. Tokers will forget about their worries as this ganja uplifts their mood. With a happy demeanor, you will feel energized and ready to mingle. However, you will not feel restless despite the energy, thanks to the body buzz that will keep you composed.
Aside from being a rewarding strain for those who are smoking this for entertainment, the autoflowering Mint Dawg strain has also proven its worth as a medical smoke. Although its CBD level, which is essential for aiding ailments, is unknown, tokers can benefit from the THC-based effects of this ganja.
Aside from putting smokers in a good mood, its ability to stop negative ideas from entering the mind is effective against mental conditions like ADD/ADHD, anxiety, bipolarity, depression, mood swings, and stress. The relaxing properties of the Mint Dawg Autoflowering variant, on the other hand, can be used to relieve fatigue, nausea, and pain.
The severe adverse side effects when smoking the Mint Dawg Autoflowering weed are unknown yet. Even so, the typical dry mouth and dry eyes will likely occur. These conditions are due to dehydration, so to subdue these discomforts, chug on a bottle of water and apply eye drops when necessary. This will keep you hydrated, thus soothing these minor drawbacks.
With its popcorn-like nugs that are colored with a bluish-green tone, wrapped in long thin orange hairs, and covered with milky amber crystals, the plant of the Mint Dawg Auto cannabis is truly a delight to look at.
The beautiful buds of the Mint Dawg Autoflowering plant can be collected after 8 to 9 weeks when grown indoors or by October when sown outdoors. Although the measurement of its yields is not known yet, cultivators should not expect a high product from this. As an autoflowering variant, it will not have a very high harvest.
Nurturers who find it hard to keep an eye on their cannabis plant due to whatever reason will be happy to know that they will not have to worry about the changes in the light cycle with this plant. Autoflowering strains like the Mint Dawg strain will enter the flowering phase automatically; they will not rely on photoperiod to trigger them to flower. This makes things a little bit easier for the growers.