What are the Flavor and Effects of Thai Autoflowering
Thai autoflowering cannabis strain is all about energy boost and mood enhancement. The powerful mental high of Thai made it a star in the cannabis smoking public for its purity. A euphoric and energetic head high offers the user to be on the go and do various tasks that are on hand. This makes for a very productive weed for this quality alone. The mental clarity from this weed coupled with the mood upliftment will keep the users relaxed and calm but not sluggish as other cannabis strains do. This gives the user to approach his jobs calmly but full of clarity while happily completing them.
The aroma from this marijuana strain has a strong and pungent odor which is accompanied by naturally sweet fruity scents. This aroma speaks a lot about the purity of this cannabis strain. The flavors are quite the same but add a bonus of having a creamy taste with a sour and piney flavor coming in as an aftertaste.
What are the Medical Benefits of Thai Autoflowering
Thai weed strains are said to be one the purest Sativa strains in the cannabis market nowadays. Most cannabis enthusiasts, including medical cannabis users, seek out this strain which is known to be one of the best Sativas. It’s energizing and mood uplifting qualities are perfect to aid those suffering from PTSD, anxiety, and depression. This strain washes out those horrific and cynical thoughts that endlessly flood the patient’s mind, replacing these with joyous thoughts that provide an aura of positivity to the patient. This “stronger than coffee” weed boosts one’s energy and is used to treat those suffering from chronic fatigue as it revitalizes the patients’ vigor and outlook. Lastly, the relaxing effect brought about by the mood upliftment and focused energy soothes both the tired and weary muscles.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Thai Autoflowering
Being a 100% Sativa with THC levels measured at 22%, this weed can be very potent and dizzy spells could be an effect experienced especially from novice users. Anxiety and paranoia are also a side effect if this cannabis strain is taking in large quantities.
Other adverse effects are cottonmouth and dry eyes which can easily be remedied by taking lots of liquids and having some eye drops ready to use.
How to Grow Thai Autoflowering?
Replicating a tropical climate will be difficult to achieve if you live in the US. It is best to grow this indoors as the grower could monitor and adjust the room climate to mimic that of a warm, sunny and humid environment. Thai Autoflowering is a plant that is a slow grower and its flowering time is longer than most cannabis strains so there is a bigger chance that something may go wrong while waiting for this plant to mature and be ready for harvest. This strain if not properly trimmed at the tops can grow up to 15 feet tall so regular topping of this plant is recommended. If all goes well, expect this weed to start flowering in 9 to 11 weeks and reward the grower with 15 ounces of fresh weed indoors and 11 ounces outdoors.