Just like the widely known and loved brunch staple this strain was named after, Mimosa is a great way to start the day! This energizing strain is a great pick me up and helps dissolve any tension and negative emotions you may be experiencing. Bred from the crossing of Clementine and Purple Punch, this strain synthesized all the best traits from its parents.
The THC content of this strain can vary greatly, with the low end being around 17% and the high end nearly reaching 30%. As we mentioned previously, Mimosa is best used as a wake and bake strain. As you ingest it, you’ll begin to feel a warm buzz of energy, sparking creativity and motivation. This high is incredibly uplifting, as it settles in, any negative thoughts or emotions you’re experiencing will begin to fade away into bliss. Many people love using this strain to help kick start their day and begin crossing things off their to-do list. Most of Mimosa’s effects are mental, but it does come along with a slight body buzz that gets stronger towards the end of the high.
Appearance and Flavor
Mimosa’s buds are dense and olive green in color, occasionally having purple undertones. Each nug is blanketed in a layer of frosty trichomes, illustrating the potency of this strain. As you can probably guess, Mimosa has a sweet and citrusy flavor profile. Its flavor is compared to a sugary orange slice, with sour notes and a faint taste of herb and pine. Mimosa’s flavor is a major attracting factor for many users, its the perfect way to start out your day!
Mimosa is a helpful strain to many medical patients, having effects that align with most sativa heavy hybrids. Firstly, the burst of energy this strain creates within the user is effective in combating fatigue. As you begin to experience the high, you’ll begin to experience a spark of motivation and creative energy, preparing you for the day ahead! For this reason, Mimosa is also helpful to those experiencing depression.
This strain tends to uplift the user and create a positive headspace, which is really helpful for those who feel as if they’re stuck in negative thought loops and emotional states. Towards the end of the high, the user tends to feel a bit more relaxed. This portion is conducive to treating chronic stress and anxiety, given how calm and happy one feels under the influence of this strain. Mimosa should be taken during the day because it tends to wake up the user, rather than lull them to sleep. This strain can also help stimulate appetite!
This strain’s seeds are pretty hard to get a hold of, and there’s also not a ton of information out there about the growing process. We do know that there aren’t any feminized seeds available yet, and that it has a flowering period of about 9 weeks. Harvesting time naturally occurs around mid October. Overall, your best bet with this strain is just buying the bud!
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