What are the Flavor and Effects of Mendo Breath (Auto)?
Mendo Breath not only smells amazing, but it also tastes good, too. Smokers of this strain will enjoy its beautifully sweet taste, which, due to its appealing vanilla and caramel flavors, has been linked to candy. There are also other gentler yet discernible flavors like pepper and lemon in Mendo Breath, but these are pale compared to their deeper, sweeter taste. To get the absolute best unique taste, smokers of Mendo Breath cannabis suggest using a flower vape.
Tension-free, a tingling buzz tucks the temples. It first softens the wrinkles around the forehead, allowing the mind to swarm in a rush of euphoria. A significant change in mood occurs within minutes. When smiles broaden and brighten, users become happier. The appearance of an intrinsic sense of pleasure that trumps negativity is shown by a spark in one’s eye.
How to Grow Mendo Breath (Auto)
Accessible mostly as a relative, Mendo Breath needs a seasoned grower’s attention and care. It is extremely sensitive and, particularly in the beginning, susceptible to diseases and pests. Placing the clippings in starter cubes, exposing them to relatively warm room temperatures (between 22 ° C and 25 ° C), an 18/6 lighting schedule for quicker root development, and a humid environment will enable them in one or two days to form roots. Once its roots have grown and evolved, some resistance is acquired. Growers may then either begin to expand it indoors or move it outdoors afterward. Coming from a mature plant, as it develops within weeks, its growth cycle is fairly fast.
It takes between 7 and 9 weeks for Mendo Breath to completely flower indoors. It develops about 10 and 12 ounces of buds per square meter at harvest. By expanding the cultivation period by a week, growers can increase yields. From the last week of September to the middle of October, Mendo Breath normally flowers outdoors. It yields, once fully matured, at least 12 ounces of buds per plant.