Mimosa: Quick Overview
With powerhouse parents that blend to create a seriously flavorful punch, Mimosa brings the experience you’d expect: a delicious cocktail-like daytime blazer that’s ideal for lounging next to the pool. Even better than the famous orange juice and champagne cocktail, Mimosa cannabis is a well-named brunch choice.
Here in this post we have everything you need to know about the Mimosa strain and about buying Mimosa auto-flowering seeds, Mimosa feminized seeds, and Mimosa regular seeds online.
|Type||70:30 Sativa-dominant hybrid|
|THC Level||Up to 30%, 21% average|
|Effects||Energetic, creative, uplifting euphoria|
|Smell and Flavor Profile||Sweet, citrusy, spicy, tropical, pepper, earthy|
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Why is Mimosa cannabis even better than the original? Because for one thing it will leave you feeling creative, inspired, and clear-headed instead of crying into a half-eaten egg dish. But also, because it combines the very best of your morning coffee boost with a happy, euphoric boost of creativity from a light cannabis “cocktail.”
Mimosa offers a burst of cerebral effects including high energy and joy that can help users feel more focused and socially engaged. A smaller wave of body effects also come with this mental lift, including a delightful tingly effect.
With high THC levels of up to 30%, lows of 17%, and averages of at least 22%, Mimosa is a potent marijuana strain, no question. Add in CBD levels of around 0.05% and you have a great strain for daytime use, including for medical marijuana patients.
A 70:30 sativa-dominant hybrid, medical marijuana patients love Mimosa for its uplifting head effects. Following the first wave of euphoria which gradually dissipates, Mimosa leaves users feeling focused, happy, and engaged. Banish fatigue and brain fog without inducing the jitters with this strain.
Mimosa’s natural pick-me-up will not only motivate you, it can keep you awake, so stick to daytime use for this strain—or at least a good time to get things done. And remember, it’s possible that unless you’re treating a specific GI or nausea issue, you might find yourself wandering the kitchen with a case of the munchies.
Mimosa Medical Benefits
A high THC cannabis strain, Mimosa has high medicinal value and is a rising star in many dispensaries. However, Medical benefits from the Mimosa cannabis strain are a little different from many sativa-dominant strains. Although some uplifted cerebral effects might be apparent quickly, other medical effects in the body tend to come on more slowly and gradually.
Mimosa’s medical benefits include treating issues such as depression, ADD/ADHD, and anxiety, and reducing stress levels. Remember the cerebral effects can be overwhelming, so take moderate amounts of Mimosa.
Mimosa’s burst of energy and uplifting effects are ideal for people who deal with chronic fatigue. Mimosa can also enhance appetite and reduce nausea.
Mimosa is an effective pain reliever and anti-inflammatory, useful for treating headaches including migraines, joint and muscular pain, glaucoma, arthritis, fibromyalgia, and other chronic, painful conditions. It is one of the particularly popular strains among patients who want to treat symptoms like fatigue without heavy cannabis side effects like dry mouth or dry eyes.
With 30% indica the body effects from Mimosa are notable, but will not cause couch-lock or serious sedation. These do help balance negative mental side effects such as anxiety, along with other cannabinoids like CBD.
Mimosa Taste and Smell
Among the top reasons for Mimosa’s fame and popularity among cannabis fans are its delicious citrusy, fruity flavor and aroma. Inherited from its parent strain Clementine, these notes may suggest fresh orange juice or sliced tangerines more than pot when you open a jar of Mimosa cannabis.
On the other hand, don’t count out that Purple Punch heritage and the sour, sweet, earthy, spicy flavors it brings. You will love that peppery finish, especially in a vape cartridge.
Mimosa Cannabinoid/Terpene Profile
Typical THC levels of Mimosa are at least 22 percent but up to 28 to 30 percent—a serious heavy hitter. CBD levels are typically under 0.7%, although some samples contain enough to qualify as a decent medical strain. Some also contain detectable minor cannabinoid levels such as CBN and CBG.
In general, Mimosa is high in Myrcene and Limonene, moderate in Pinene and Caryophyllene, with smaller amounts of Linalool and Ocimene.
Limonene, is known for its uplifting energizing effects, offering stress and anxiety relief, and enhancing the mood. It is also an antifungal and antibacterial, and improves digestion. Myrcene is known for relaxing, herbal qualities and shares many of the pain relieving benefits as these other terpenes.
Beta-Caryophyllene, the only terpene that binds to the CB2 receptors, is known to be an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. This powerful terpene can help relieve anxiety, stress, and pain, and offers a boost to the immune system. Pinene has many of the same qualities as caryophyllene, and it also functions as a bronchodilator, and opens the airways, producing that fresh pine air effect.
Linalool also elevates the mood and relieves stress. Ocimene has antifungal and antibacterial properties that offer several known benefits to humans, including anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antifungal, antiseptic, and decongestant benefits.
Mimosa History and Genetics
Originally created by Symbiotic genetics, Mimosa is a popular California strain that has since swept the West Coast. Mimosa crosses two legendary strains: the indica-dominant Purple Punch, and the sativa-dominant Clementine.
If You Love Mimosa Marijuana, Try These Strains
If you love the sweet tingly buzz and happy head effects of Tangie, Sour Tangie, or Strawberry Cough but want more creative focus, Mimosa cannabis is absolutely the one. If you love either the mood effects or the fatigue relief of Green Crack or Cherry Tangie but want slightly more in the way of psychedelic effects and citrus, Mimosa is a great strain.
Mimosa is also similar in effects to Tangerine or Citrus Sap, but with arguably more euphoria and even more in the way of pain relief. You can even try Mimosa’s child strain, Gran Champagne.
Growing Mimosa Strain
Appearance-wise, fresh buds from the Mimosa plant are dark green with bright streaks of violet from its parent strain, Purple Punch. Mimosa plants are covered by large, densely-packed cone-shaped buds blanketed in milky-white trichomes. Woven between the nugs are yellow to gold to orange pistils that look paler as the flowers cure and dry.
Mimosa is the kind of strain that is highly potent—so much so that you can see it in the appearance. That heavy coat of sticky, silvery white trichome glands signals a great experience to come and nugs you need a hand grinder to break for decarboxylation. Like being a sweet tooth who gets excited seeing something coated in frosting, you’ll be excited seeing how these nugs look.
Assist your Mimosa plants in reaching optimal terpene profiles and achieving peak flavor. Do this by selecting high quality grow medium rich in essential nutrients. Feed your Mimosa plants above-average levels of nitrogen in the vegetative stage. In the flowering stage, follow up by adding high levels of potassium and phosphorus to help maximize terpene content.
Power up that citrusy orange Mimosa flavor even more after harvest by curing the buds the right way. Start by drying the nugs for seven to ten days, either by placing them on a drying rack, or by hanging them upside down. To avoid growing mold during the next stage the buds must be completely dry.
When the nugs dry completely, seal them tightly in an airtight container such as a jar and store them in a cool, dry place. Open the lid or otherwise unseal the container for five to ten minutes at least three times daily during the first week of curing. This enables the buds to breathe and any trapped moisture to escape. You can reduce the number of times you do this after the first week, after which time to prevent any mold from forming you’ll only need to open up a few times during the week.
In general, more patience is better. Mimosa buds benefit from a bit more time, so let them cure for four to six weeks if you can. You’ll enjoy the taste and aroma even more.
The Mimosa strain thrives indoors and outdoors so long as it is planted in healthy, nutrient-rich soil. Mimosa plants require high levels of nitrogen during the vegetative stage. However, during the flowering stage, the plants switch to high levels of potassium and phosphorus.
Mimosa cannabis plants mature in 10 to 12 weeks and offer moderate yields.
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For that daytime flying high feeling, Mimosa cannabis has become a household name—especially among those who say “brunch” like it’s a verb. But this powerhouse of a strain is no joke, with high THC content and serious sativa-dominant medical effects. The Mimosa sativa-dominant hybrid strain is a delicious, sweet smelling heavy-hitter for all day long.