Mimosa by Symbiotic Genetics is a rising star in the cannabis community. A cross of Clementine and Purple Punch, this strain has garnered praise for its outstanding fruit punch, citrus rind aroma and pleasurable mid-level buzz.
Like the beverage, there is no bad time to enjoy Mimosa, but if you enjoy too much, the trajectory of your day will need adjusting.
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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.
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Hybrids are a primary marijuana strain type that live between indicas and sativas. Hybrid strains are classified by their ability to produce a unique balance of indica and sativa effects. Hybrids can be both energizing and relaxing, depending on their specific strain lineage. Use Leafly’s strain explorer tool to discover all the varieties of hybrid strains and their effects.
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The main difference between the two types of cannabis is their effect. Indica strains tend to be more of a body high and produce a lethargic feeling in users. Sativa, on the other hand, can help stimulate a consumer who smokes this product. The aroma or scent difference between the two species can exist but it is more of a general rule of thumb than an exact scientific guide to the different species.