Cafe Racer Autoflower Marijuana Seeds

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Cafe Racer Autoflower is a Sativa dominant and a hybrid of Girl Scout Cookies and Granddaddy Purple. The Cafe Racer strain’s THC content is exceptionally high, ranging from 25% to 35%. Blimburn Seeds developed this new marijuana strain as an initial genetic. With massive clusters of potential buds, it has an elegant structure. The buds are the same size as Big Bud marijuana. Its vivid green buds were coated in sticky resin and had amber hairs. The buds are covered in crystalline trichomes in the form of dew-like drops. This marijuana has a sativa-like appearance with an indica-like density of trichome development. It emits diesel, spice, and skunk flavors with a tanginess and sweetness from lemons, grapes, and berries, as well as a touch of mint.

Pack Size PriceQuantity
5 Seeds $65.00
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10 Seeds $120.00
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25 Seeds $240.00
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Cafe Racer Autoflower Strain Specifications

Type: Sativa Dominant
Genetics Parents: GSC Platinum Cut x Purple Bud
Flowering Period: 10 to 11 weeks
Climate: Sunny / Mediterranean
Yield: 350-450gr/sq meter indoors / 400-500gr/plant outdoors
Flavors: Earthy, Citrus
THC Level: Up to 25%
CBD Level:0.3%
Height: Average
Harvest Period: Unknown
Growing Difficulty: Easy

What are the Flavor and Effects of Cafe Racer Autoflower Strain?

It has a flavor of diesel, spice, and skunk with a tanginess and sweetness from lemons, grapes, berries, and a touch of mint. The effects of this marijuana are potent, with a THC content that can reach relatively high levels. It begins with an uplifting mental high with only a euphoric daze. This plant induces a sense of relaxation and calm, which can help to relieve mental stress. Once the sensation starts to creep in, there will be a tingling feeling that arises throughout your head and body. Due to its high THC content and Indica content of this marijuana, it can cause an individual to become couch-locked and drowsy. This cannabis strain’s mind-expanding method, on the other hand, accomplishes the task of unleashing imagination and inducing a feeling of positive vibes. Taking Cafe Racer from Blimburn Seeds is a relaxing, peaceful, and long-lasting pleasure.

What are the Medical Benefits of Cafe Racer Autoflower Strain?

As a mood enhancer, medicinal cannabis is highly effective. It helps in the removal of tension and the reduction of anxiety. It’s a powerful antidepressant. Cafe Racer Autoflower is an excellent therapy for people who have PTSD and mental health issues and is a pain reliever that works quickly to alleviate joint pains and body aches. Cafe Racer Auto has anti-inflammatory effects that can be used to treat gout and arthritis sufferers. It acts as an appetite stimulant, and that can help with nausea relief. It’s a good sleep aid that can also be used to treat insomnia.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Cafe Racer Autoflower Strain

Cafe Racer Autoflower has some adverse effects, and its most common effects are dry eyes and dry mouth. In larger doses, users tend to be dehydrated, and it can trigger their anxiety or even experience paranoia. But you can prevent all of this from happening by being aware of you using the right amount in moderation.

How to Grow Cafe Racer Autoflower Strain 

Cafe Racer Autoflower is a joy to cultivate because it produces massive buds. Its stalks are very long and can require assistance to support the resinous nuggets. It’s a  photoperiod plant, which indicates it flowers when the light cycles change. When cultivated indoors, this marijuana plant will flower in 10 to 11 weeks, and when developed outdoors, it will flower between mid-September and late October. Indoor yields of up to 450g/sq meter are possible. Trimming and other preparation methods can help this plant thrive. Marijuana cultivation strategies like the Sea of Green technique can also help ensure a large harvest.

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