More About Revolver Autoflower Strain
Type: 70% Indica 20% Sativa 10% Ruderalis
Genetics Parents: NY City Diesel and Original White Widow
Flowering Period: 7 Weeks
Climate: Sunny, Warm, Mediterranean
Yield: 150g to 250g
Flavors: Earthy, Lemon, Herbal, Floral
THC Level: THC 13.67%
CBD Level: 0.10%
Harvest Period: September to October
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavors and Effects of Revolver Autoflower?
Despite not possessing an equal combination of Indica and Sativa, the Revolver Autoflower marijuana strain has effects that are similar to both. It gives you a euphoric high while still making you feel mentally stoned. This strain hits you with smooth cortical buzzes as soon as you take a few puffs. It may be a bit disorienting and psychedelic. Then you’re met with a flood of clear-headed positive thoughts and motivating ideas. After that, the physical characteristics of Indica begin to take effect, and you will begin to experience some calming sensations that will help to alleviate any unpleasant feelings in your body. The low THC material, on the other hand, means that couch-lock is impossible.
The Revolver Autoflower’s flavors and scent are a perfect match for the gentle and subtle effects. It has a citrus and lemon flavor with hints of earthiness. It healed properly, and Revolver Autoflower can also have floral-herbal undertones. The smell is also very pleasant. It’s fruity and sweet, but not excessively so. When broken apart, it emits just the right amount of odor.
What are the Medical Benefits of Revolver Autoflower?
The revolver Autoflower strain is also fantastic for medical purposes. When it comes to using medicinal cannabis as a means of treatment for their health problems, several patients have found that the Revolver Autoflower comes in handy. The effects of the Revolver Autoflower can be expected to be physical and body-focused, as it is an Indica dominant strain. The key medical use of this strain is to treat body pains and to relieve migraines, inflammations, and muscle tension in users.
Furthermore, the relaxing effects of the cannabis strain are excellent for inducing sleep and drowsiness in people. This strain can be used by someone who has difficulty falling asleep at night. The “munchies” are also stimulated by the Revolver Autoflower. This simply means that it stimulates one’s appetite. This strain can be used by someone who suffers from an eating disorder.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Revolver Autoflower
Cottonmouth is a popular marijuana side effect. This is a condition in which the salivary glands produce less saliva, resulting in a dry mouth and a thirsty, parched feeling. To combat this condition, keep a proper level of hydration. Drink plenty of water or fruit juice before, during, and after your session. Another common side effect is dry eyes. To lubricate them, artificial tears or over-the-counter eye drops may be used as appropriate. Although the THC content of this cannabis is not very high by today’s standards, it is still advised that it be consumed with caution. Overeating can cause headaches and dizziness. First-timers, beginner users, and those with THC sensitivity can experience paranoia and anxiety.
How to Grow Revolver Autoflower Marijuana Seeds?
The flowering period for Revolver Autoflower is just six to seven weeks. Even by auto-flowering standards, this is a very short flowering time. It thrives in either outdoor or indoor cultivation. Despite being 70% Indica, 20% Sativa, and 10% Ruderalis, the Revolver Autoflower will develop into a respectable-sized cannabis plant. As a result, if you want to grow the Revolver Autoflower marijuana seeds indoors, you will need a lot of space. When they are fully mature and ready to harvest, they produce a normal amount of buds. If grown indoors, yields can reach 250 grams, while outdoor planting yields around 150 grams. This makes it an excellent choice for first-time marijuana growers who want to get a feel for the operation.
The Revolver Autoflower’s buds grow into small popcorn buds that are thick and hefty. They emit a white hue that contrasts nicely with the buds’ dominant green color. The Revolver Autoflower has a captivating appearance due to its trichomes and waxy coatings.