More About Aloha Autoflowering Strain
Type: Pure Sativa
Genetics Parents: Unknown
Flowering Period: 9 to 10 Weeks
Flavors: Sweet, Citrus
THC Level: 15% to 24%
CBD Level: 0% to 1%
Height: up to 300 cm
Harvest Period: Early November
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of Aloha Autoflowering?
When lit, the Aloha emits a sweet and citrus combination of aromas that transcends and becomes more prominent when smoked.
It is a great strain to use for added energy levels and keeps you upbeat throughout the day. An overflowing wave of euphoria and creative juices may occur, which is beneficial for artists that are stuck in creating new ideas. The Aloha strain should not be used during nighttime if you do not want to be up all night.
What are the Medical Benefits of Aloha Autoflowering?
Due to its extreme potency and intense effects, the Aloha strain also provides medical benefits to users. Enhancing the focus is one of the results when smoking this strain; this attribute can be taken advantage of by individuals who have ADHD or attention deficit disorders. Uplifting the mood while relaxing the body can prevent any worries from clouding the mind, which alleviates those who are suffering from too much stress and mild to moderate depression.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Aloha Autoflowering
The mental stimulations that the Aloha brings might be too intense due to its pure Sativa genes and should be used with caution by novice users and those who easily panic or has anxiety. High doses of this strain might lead to paranoia and dizziness. Before the smoking session, hydrate the body to prevent irritations caused by the dry eyes and dry mouth that are common side effects of marijuana.
How to Grow Aloha Autoflowering?
The Aloha thrives in both indoor and outdoor environments and can produce large yields. For growers who prefer the controlled setting, this plant can be reaped after 63 to 70 days. On the other hand, outdoors, this plant should be grown in a semi-humid climate and a temperature that should not go beyond 70 ℉ to 80 ℉ and can be harvested during early November. It can also spike up to 10 feet in height which is quite a tall plant and might be an issue for those who do not have ample space.