Son Risas Auto

Son Risas Auto Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
12 to 14%
Yield
20 to 150 grams (Indoors) / 400 to 500 grams (Outdoors)
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
40 to 60 Days
Climate
Indoors and Outdoors / Can grow in moderately warm or cool climate
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
40 to 100 centimeters
Flavors
Earthy, Caramel, Spicy, Menthol

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Son Risas Auto Marijuana Seeds Information

Son Risas Auto is an autoflowering, indica dominant strain from El Jardin De Maria Seeds. An offspring of two exclusive strains, this strain is top quality.

What are the Flavors and Effects of Son Risas Auto?

The flavors of this cannabis strain are Earthy, Caramel, Spicy, and Menthol. Traces of flavors coming from its parental strains can be detected and is accompanied by a caramel, spicy aroma.

The effects of this strain are not long-lasting, but the moment it comes, you will feel its potency right away. It makes you happy and uplifted as it relaxes your mind and body. For some users, they may sense a slight feeling of arousal.

What are the Medical Benefits of Son Risas Auto?

This strain is excellent in treating pain. Body pain or headaches will be erased temporarily, even after you exit the high from this strain. It also helps ease eye pressure, stiffened muscles due to spasticity and helps improve one’s appetite.

Those who may have a hard time sleeping due to insomnia can also find comfort in this strain.

Negative Effects of Son Risas Auto

This strain may cause dry eyes, mouth and throat similar to other, common cannabis strains. Users may also become dizzy, feel a little anxious and experience mild headaches.

How to Grow Son Risas Auto? 

This strain is good at adapting and tolerates different weather conditions. However, it yields more under cool, northern temperatures. It is highly resistant to common plant enemies such as molds or other infections. A beginner-friendly plant to grow with a pleasing amount of yield. 

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