Mimosa

THC
CBD
27%

Very High

0%

Very Low

70% Sativa
Afternoon
Strain Type
Consumption Time
THC
CBD
27%

Very High

0%

Very Low

Consumption Time
Afternoon

Typical Effects

Focused
Focused
Relaxed
Relaxed
Social
Social

Common Usage

Depressed
Depressed
Arthritis
Arthritis
Pain
Pain

About Mimosa

Much like the highly anticipated brunch beverage, the Mimosa strain is a great way to enjoy your day. Breeders at the rather mysterious Symbiotic Genetics have developed an interesting cross between Purple Punch and Clementine, and so far it’s been receiving rave reviews. A great way to indulge in the morning, Mimosa is starting to build a name for herself pretty quickly.

Given that this strain’s THC levels can vary quite a bit, newer users will want to proceed with caution - some variations only reach about 17% while the high end is closer to 30%. Nugs tend to be pretty dense with a deep olive tone and super bright white trichomes. As you’d imagine, the flavors and aromas of Mimosa are akin to the drink it’s named for, with sweet and sour notes blending with fruit for a delicious morning treat!

Those who depend on a strong cup of coffee in the morning to get themselves moving may want to replace that habit with this bud instead. Mimosa includes instant mental effects that infuse a spirit of ultimate joy into your life along with a sense of energy that keeps you engaged and focused for hours. Bodily effects tend to accompany this lift, with tingles that run from head to toe. Despite this seemingly relaxing physical attribute, you’ll only start to become lethargic if you indulge too heavily.

Mimosa is a great choice for medical users who need to start their day off on the right foot. Issues of stress and depression are easily dissolved, and anyone who struggles with fatigue will be overjoyed with the boost of energy they experience. Other issues including pain, nausea, and appetite loss will also be quelled. Although Mimosa might make you feel amazing, keep in mind that it should be used only in the daytime to avoid keeping you up all night.

Freshly on the market in 2018, Mimosa seeds are still pretty hard to track down. Even information about her breeder is difficult to come across, so the likelihood of needing to cultivate this plant at home is minimal. However, if you do find yourself gifted with the opportunity, prepare yourself for a very fragrant crop that produces massive colas.


Common Usage

Depressed8/10

Arthritis4/10

Pain6/10

Nausea2/10

Typical Effects

Focused8/10

Relaxed6/10

Social4/10

Happy10/10

Energetic2/10

THC Content

Highest Test27%

Strain Average25%

Sativa Average13.5%

Wikileaf Average18%

Wikileaf Highest35%


Recent Customer Reviews

Heidi Lynee

Smooth goin but it tastes like a barn floor on the way out. If you need a morning puff that will help relieve some menopause mornings (if ya dont know girl ya will) it helps with that headache/ migraine nausea the hormones cause along with the morning body aches we all get over 40 Im a fan pf the effects not the flavor It will be hard to get 5 stars from me anyway Cause i also have rods in my spine so i use it for pain as well Btw love this Site 5stars for that

Alan L Katz

Mimosa's an ideal day time strain. It's clear, focused buzz (very reminiscent of Durban Poison) comes on quickly but lasts a good, long time making it a great work-day strain.

Jay

Great, Put me to a sleep after a kouple rounds

Mike

First time using this strain and I think Mimosa is my new favorite for sativa dominant hybrids.