Thai Autoflowering Strain Specifications
Genetics Parents: Unknown
Flowering Period: 9-11 Weeks
Climate: Sunny / Mediterranean
Yield: 360-380g/sq m Indoor / 300-320g/plant Outdoor
Flavors: Woody, Earthy, Pine, Spicy, Sweet
THC Level: 14-24%
CBD Level: 0.10%
Harvest Period: Late-October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of Thai Autoflowering Strain?
Thai Autoflowering Strain flavors are just as energizing as it sounds, and it’s just as alluring after you’ve tried it. This sativa dominant strain is recognized because of its sweet and smooth smoke, with a deep sour pine taste. On the exhale, you’ll inhale a haze that tastes herbal and citrusy, leaving your lips tangy and salty.
The Thai Autoflower is the epitome of a purebred sativa and is as natural as it comes. This strain becomes ideal for getting a deep and soothing high while feeling sluggish or tethered to your sofa. The Thai Autoflower is potent, but it also provides a primarily healthy boost that leaves the body feeling alert. This sativa is uncommon with users who enjoy a mildly psychedelic high. It creates intense feelings of joy, making you feel happy and free of any lingering pressures, allowing you to be open to new ideas and more positive thinking.
What are the Medical Benefits of Thai Autoflowering Strain?
The Thai Autoflower is among the finest landrace varieties for therapeutic reasons. This pure sativa is highly inspiring and refreshing, making it an excellent strain for a wake-and-bake workout. It is also suggested as the best way to handle chronic pain. This strain’s health implications include its effectiveness in treating any kind of mood disorder, particularly depression. Thai Autoflower is also helpful in the battle against psychological stress since it is an upbeat and calming sativa that sets the mind at ease. This strain can also be used to treat high blood pressure and some other persistent or mild discomforts, such as joint pain, spasms, or migraine headaches.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Thai Autoflowering Strain
Thai Autoflower is a high potency sativa strain, so it’s no wonder that it comes with a slew of adverse side effects. If you’re susceptible to getting a little jittery when smoking pot, you’re going to feel a lot uneasy while consuming this strain. Some possible side effects include a dry mouth, itchy and dry eyes, and a constant headache, most probably triggered by dehydration. When consuming Thai Auto, you can feel dizzy in some situations, but this is a side effect that usually disappears quickly.
How to Grow Thai Autoflowering Marijuana Seeds?
This Thai Autoflowering Marijuana Seed thrives well indoors and outdoors and with the help of seasoned growers. This marijuana strain is a high-quality strain that has won lots of fans, and it’s well worth cultivating, mainly because it produces above-average yields, particularly in a warm sub-tropical outdoor setting.
Thai marijuana plants grown indoors will require 11 weeks to bloom and be fully ripe and ready for harvest. This strain would produce about 360-380g/sq of healthy bud per sq meter. Cultivating Thai in the open-air necessitates a warm and humid atmosphere and should be ready to be harvested by the end of October. During harvest, this strain can produce an average of 300-320g/plant.