Maui Wowie Autoflower Strain Specifications
Type: Indica- dominant (70% Indica 20% Sativa 10% Ruderalis), Autoflowering
Genetics Parents: N/A
Flowering Period: 9-10 weeks
Climate: Sunny, Tropical
Yield: up to 400/ m² indoors / 80-180g g/plant outside
Flavors: Pineapple, Pine, Sweet
THC Level: 15%
CBD Level: 0.01%
Height: up to 170cm
Harvest Period: early to mid-October
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavor and Effects of Maui Wowie Autoflower Marijuana?
It’s piney, earthy but has a tinge of space in its aroma, kind of like fennel. You won’t notice the pungence after you grind it out. The flavor is also similar, pine and lemony. With each exhale it’s smooth and pleasant. It’s effects can be summed up as the culmination of a sativa. Mellow, energizing and creative. Usually taken in the morning, it gives you energy during the day without the rank and racy effects that you would avoid, like the ones from Green Crack.
What are the Medical Benefits of Maui Wowie Autoflower Marijuana?
Maui Wowie has been reported to have quite the effect for a lot of medical conditions, cementing its status as a medical cannabis. Its Sativa relaxes and calms patients, in which it provides relief for anxiety, depression and stress. It has also been used as an appetite stimulator for those suffering from eating disorders, like the ones undergoing chemotherapy. Adding to that, this cannabis is widely used as minor pain reliever for headaches and migraines.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Maui Wowie Autoflower
There are not many side effects that can be seen, with the sole exception of the evergreen pair of cotton mouth and dry eyes. These can be easily remedied with a few eye drops and a lot of liquids.
How to Grow Maui Wowie Autoflower Seeds
Maui Wowie is popular to newbies and vets alike. With its resilient and hardy nature, it can overcome disease and pests with no problem, making it easy to grow. You can grow both indoors and outside, but for better results, you should cultivate outdoors with a tropical climate. Growing indoors, you should keep the temp roughly 75 – 85 degrees Fahrenheit. When cultivating outdoors, however, you will need large, open spaces to let it grow up to 5 feet. It is also recommended to add a bit of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. You can also add a bit of calcium, sulfur, and magnesium.