What autoflowering strains are you considering to grow this outdoor season ? By starting to plant autoflowering seeds now in late March, you can harvest them around summer solstice in late June, and therefore be able to have a good harvest much earlier than the traditional autumn harvest. Our Auto Malawi x NL is a great choice to achieve this due to its consistency and high yields.
Auto Malawi x NL is highly worked (F3-F4 generation) sativa/indica/rudelaris hybrid of excellent vigor and structure, producing a huge main cola and powerful side branches loaded with well resinous buds, its production and quality will surprise even the most experienced autoflowering growers. She also allows the autoflowering growers to experience with very sativa african phenotypes, quite rare in current autoflowering strains.
The terpene profiles are fragrant and complex. The aromas in flowering can vary between Petit Suisse and strawberry yogurt (in the more sativa Purple Malawi phenotypes), and fruit juice (pineapple, pear, peach) in the better yielding green sativa/indica phenotypes. The most extreme sativa phenotypes have woodier aromas.
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You’ve got to love Mother Nature and the wonders of her medicinal plants. Cannabis is one such plant that contains health-boosting and healing properties similar to many other herbs we use today for our wellbeing. Read full article 🌻 Ellementa.com
Some of the elements in cannabis include Cannabinoids as well as Terpenes. Terpenes are naturally occurring elements found in not only cannabis but a variety of plants including conifers. Terpenes are also produced by some insects like the swallowtail butterfly.🦋 In cannabis, terpenes can contribute to the effects you feel and overall sensory experiences – including smell and taste – when consumed. As you sample different strains of cannabis, you’ll begin to detect distinct aroma and flavor profiles -similar to what you might find in wines.
Some common terpenes found in cannabis – and other plants – include:
ALPHA- and BETA-PINENE – also found in rosemary, pine needles, dill and basil.
SMELLS LIKE: pine🍃
PROMOTES: alertness and memory retention. TOPICALLY: antisceptic.
INTERNALLY: relieves symptoms of asthma
LIMONENE – Also found in juniper, peppermint, rosemary and the rinds of citrus fruits
SMELLS LIKE: citrus🍋
PROMOTES: stress relief and mood elevation TOPICALLY: antifungal and anti-bacterial
INTERNALLY: treats gastrointestinal issues, heartburn, and depression.
LINALOOL –found in lavender.
SMELL: floral or citrus🍊
PROMOTES: anxiety relief with a sedative quality.
INTERNALLY: anti-convulsant and anti-depressant
Cannabis contains over 100 different Terpenes and each cannabis strain contains different percentages of particular terpenes. When purchasing legal cannabis, ask for the testing results of the product you are considering, particularly the breakdown and percentages of terpenes.🌟