Mimosa Champagne Genetics
Although it is still relatively new on the market, Mimosa Champagne has some stellar genetics behind it. A cross between the Cali-bred Mimosa (Clementine x Purple Punch) by Symbiotic Genetics and Champagne Kush (Super Silver Haze x Pot of Gold), this strain combines the properties of a legendary lineage in one explosive, THC-packed bud.
Mimosa Champagne Effects
Novice consumers should tread carefully around Mimosa Champagne, as it packs a serious punch. The effects range from intensely cerebral (after a good puff or two) to heavily sedative (if you overdo it). A great daytime strain if used sparingly, Mimosa Champagne is an amazing choice for concerts and activities with friends.
Mimosa Champagne Terpene Profile
Taste and smell are among the strongest points of this strain. Mimosa Champagne has inherited all the citrusy and sweet aromas of its parent strains. In terms of flavor, you can expect a sour and earthy taste, with some vanilla undertones.
Medical Benefits Mimosa Champagne
Ongoing research has suggested that high THC and low CBD strains may have potential benefits including stimulating appetite, reducing fatigue and relieving symptoms of Glaucoma. Although thought to be more effective when working together with CBD, THC is also understood to have some pain-relieving properties on its own. Considering this, this high THC strain may also provide some relief from general aches and pains.
How to Grow Mimosa Champagne
It’s going to take some special care to bring out the full terpene profile of Mimosa Champagne. The strain can grow equally well indoors and outdoors, although a controlled environment might make your life easier. If you’re growing this strain in soil, make sure to get a high-quality super soil mix. Hydroponic growers will see great results by adding more nitrogen during vegetation. A careful curing process will also help immensely with bringing out the full flavor profile of Mimosa Champagne. The plant yields a moderate amount of resinous buds that fill up quite well.