More About Kiwi Mint Autoflowering Strain
Genetics Parents: Unknown
Flowering Period: 8-9 Weeks
Climate: Dry and Warm
Flavors: Sweet, Mint
THC Level: 24% to 28%
CBD Level: Low
Harvest Period: Late September to October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of Kiwi Mint Autoflowering?
The strain has a sweet and minty taste that matches its name perfectly. Kiwi Mint Auto is a potent indica strain that draws on its forefathers’ strength to deliver a robust full-body high that leaves users feeling comfortable, euphoric, and elevated. Users appreciate the enjoyment this strain provides; however, this Kiwi Mint Auto cannabis has a higher psycho-activity, rendering it unsuitable for beginners.
What are the Medical Benefits of Kiwi Mint Autoflowering?
Since severe disorders are associated with pain, exhaustion, and a lack of appetite, this Kiwi Mint weed strain is common among physically ill patients. THC is potent, but CBD levels are low, making it unsuitable for seizure patients. It’s a good option for pain relief and a good night’s sleep.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Kiwi Mint Autoflowering
Don’t be fooled by its sweet and minty effects; this strain is potent and produces a powerful high due to its high THC content. Cottonmouth, swollen and itchy eyes, and a dehydrated feeling are all common side effects of smoking Kiwi Mint Auto. To test your body’s tolerance, start with small doses of pressure.
How to Grow Kiwi Mint Autoflowering?
Kiwi Mint Auto is a strain that is moderately difficult to develop. The plant blooms for 8-9 weeks, during which time dense trichome-coated buds in dark green and purple shades are collected. This strain is also suitable for outdoor cultivation and thrives in a warm, dry climate.