Piensa en M8

  • Type:
  • Flowering Period:
    67 days
  • Climate:
    warm - cool
  • Yield:
    140 - 600g/m2
  • Flavors:
    fruity, spicy, woody
  • THC Content:
  • Height:
    80 – 160cm
  • Growing Difficulty:

Strain Information

Piensa en M8 is the result of Blueberry, Skunk, and AK47’s union. Bred by PEV Seeds Bank, it is a THC dominant strain. It has 70% sativa and 30% indica components. Aside from its sativa height, it develops vigorous buds heavily loaded with resin. Whether you grow it indoors or outdoors, it will surely turn heads with its sweet, spicy, and woody scent.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Piensa en M8?

The strain has a fruity, spicy, and woody flavor. You will notice citrus notes ruling the fruity part. It delivers a euphoric high which gloriously revs up the head and body. It does a clean-up inside the brain and then launches it to a long-lasting world of happiness. You will be blissful the whole time, making you achieve a lot of stuff for the day. Productivity is enhanced with an overflowing supply of creativity. After exhausting your energy, a mellow buzz will come down to relax the whole body.

What are the Medical Benefits of Piensa en M8?

The strain is not only good in making the symptoms of anxiety and depression manageable, but it is also great in treating glaucoma, muscle spasms, nausea, and arthritis. It diminishes fatigue and stresses which piled up throughout your busy day. It is also great in soothing migraines, headaches, neck pain, and back pain. Since it can amplify the appetite, it can help people suffering from anorexia.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Piensa en M8

Too much of anything is bad, especially with potent sativa strains like Piensa en M8. Its best effects can be experienced if it is taken moderately. If your dosages happen to get out of hand, you will come up against paranoia, anxiety, drowsiness, and nausea. Minor drawbacks include dry eyes, cottonmouth, and arid throat.

How to grow Piensa en M8?

The strain can be cultivated through the Screen of Green (SCROG) setup. Similar to other sativas, it loves being exposed to long hours of sunlight. The recommended photoperiod is 18/6. If you will be using artificial lighting, the bulbs should be at 600w.

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