Colombian Mojito

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Strain Overview
Seed Type
Sativa Dominant
THC Content
Sour, Mint, Citrus, Pine 
Flowering Period
10 to 12 weeks 
Warm climate with a mild temperature
Growing Difficulty
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Strain Information

Colombian Mojito is a hybrid strain from a famous landrace, Colombian Gold. This Sativa dominant cannabis got its name from its profile of tropical terpene as it originally cultivated in the Columbian mountains. With rich aroma that perfectly describes its name, Colombian Mojito is a good choice for users who wanted to enjoy the combinations mint and citrus aromas while relaxing in every hit. 

This strain produces bright green buds. It has rich amber understones that appear in gold with trichomes shine like crystals. The strain’s rich physical look entices many growers to cultivate it both for medicinal and recreational use. 

What are the Flavors and Effects of Columbian Mojito?

This terpene-rich cannabis has a combination of mint, sour, citrus, and pine flavors which are blended perfectly. When hitting Columbian Mojito, you’ll instantly see smashes in your eyes. After that, a buzzy feeling is followed by a stoney effect leaving you unfocused for a moment. Yet, after all of these effects, you’ll see your body energized and uplifted. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Columbian Mojito?

Columbian Mojito boasts its ability to treat many diseases. It relieves pain, inflammation, and migraines. It may also help you cheer up in times of anxiety and depression. Though many strains are restricted with PSTD patients, Columbian Mojito is an exemption. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Columbian Mojito. 

Dizziness is the major adverse effect of Columbian Mojito. Most first-timers felt this effect which is why the right dose is recommended. 

How to Grow Columbian Mojito? Some information and Tips

Columbian Mojito tends to be tall strains so growers are suggested to make sure that they have a spacious growing area. While this strain promises a high yield, the challenging fact is that finding seeds for this strain is difficult.