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Updated January 21, 2021

By the Cannabis Ontario team

Mimosa Weed Strain Review

The Mimosa weed strain is an award-winning strain that is a cross of Clementine, a Sativa and Purple Punch, an Indica strain. It scooped second place in Santa Rosa, California; in the Sativa category at the 2018 High Times Cannabis Cup.

This rising star among the Cannabis Connoisseurs is a pure Sativa dominant strain. Symbiotic Genetics Breeders based in Northern California guards the seed closely. Although it is a very popular strain, Mimosa Weed strain seeds are scarce since it is a new strain.

The THC level ranges from 19-27% with a 70:30 Sativa to Indica ratio. It has a cerebral high that is energizing and uplifting, making it ideal for morning or day time. The euphoric buzz of Mimosa Marijuana strain leaves you happy, followed by hunger cases; hence making this strain a perfect appetite booster.


Mimosa Marijuana Strain: What is it?

Having an outstanding fruit punch, citrus scent and pleasurable head buzz; Mimosa Marijuana Strain is a Sativa-leaning strain. It boasts of its beautiful looks and its mouth-watering taste hence making it one of the most popular strains. The presence of unique limonene and linalool terpenes are good at elevating mood hence treating mood disorders.


Wondering Where to Buy Mimosa Weed in Canada?

You can find Mimosa strain online or in the registered dispensaries. At Cannabis Ontario, we provide a list of some of the best marijuana shops so you can find the best cannabis dispensary or weed delivery for you. Browse through our site and find the ideal cannabis dispensary in Belleville, Toronto, Ottawa, and every other city in Ontario. 


Mimosa Marijuana: Aroma, Flavour, and Appearance

Not only is this popular for its looks, but the Mimosa Marijuana strain also has a delicious flavour that will leave you tantalized.  On exhale, it has a sweet and sour tropical citrus flavour. It has an herbal, woody, tropical, fruity and citrus aroma.

This Cannabis weed is gorgeously beautiful. Its wintergreen leaves have calyxes. Mimosa Marijuana Strain has a dense coating of cone-shaped buds; that is large with a cover of bright white trichomes. The nugs are pretty dense, olive green with dark orange hairs.


Mimosa Cannabis Strain: Grow Info

It is ideal for both indoor and outdoor settings. This strain requires a cool, hot and temperate climate. The growers of Mimosa strain should use complex healthy soil rich in nutrients for nourishment during different growth stages.  

Since the seeds are hard to find, the Mimosa Cannabis strain proves to be moderately difficult to plant. Therefore, it is not recommendable for newbies since it requires a lot of nutrients for proper growth. However, Mimosa Cannabis Strain is highly resistant to diseases, pests, moulds, mites and spiders.

The flowering period for the Mimosa Cannabis strain is nine weeks when grown indoors, and around mid to late October when grown outside.


Effects of Mimosa Marijuana Strain

The high is cerebral, which permeates a sense of joy combined with energy, which keeps one engaged and focused. Its head buzz creates motivation chasing away sleep, hence not recommended for night time use. 


Medical Benefits of Mimosa Cannabis Strain

 The presence of terpenes in the Mimosa Marijuana strain makes it the perfect medicinal strain. It has three terpenes, namely Limonene, Beta-Caryophyllene and Linalool. The Limonene and Linalool terpenes in this strain are perfect in elevating mood.

Moreover, the Beta-Caryophyllene terpene is ideal for relieving stress, depression, ADHD/ ADD and PTSD; due to its euphoric effects. Its energizing effects are excellent in fighting chronic fatigue hence boosting energy.  Also, this strain is a very good appetite enhancer since it will leave you hungry. Nevertheless, its numbing and relaxing effects are ideal for; treating chronic pain, headaches, joint and muscular pains.


Possible Side Effects of Mimosa Weed Strain

Dry mouth and dry eyes are the most common side effects of consuming this strain. Upon consuming this strain, ensure that you take lots of fluids to avoid dehydration. Equip yourself with eye drops to aid in dry eyes and itchiness. If taken in larger amounts, one is likely to experience dizziness, nausea, paranoia and anxiety. It is, therefore, important for users to take Mimosa weed strain in the prescribed portions.


Mimosa Strain Review: Final Thoughts

To sum up, the Mimosa strain is the best in the medical world. The presence of terpenes in this strain makes it have diverse use; hence beneficial to its consumers. Moreover, it is an award-winning strain with good looks and delicious scent and aroma.

Nevertheless, it has happy and energetic feelings, which are ideal for boosting mood. The presence of Beta-caryophyllene terpene makes it the perfect remedy for stress relieving and curing depression.

 This plant thrives well both indoors and outdoors with a medium growth level. However, newbies are not recommended since this strain is moderately difficult to grow; since its seeds are scarce, and maintenance is quite hectic.


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