Auto Smokey

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Strain Profile
20 - 80g/m2
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Strain Information

Bred by CH9 Female Seeds, Auto Smokey is a solid ruderalis indica treat which came into existence by using two female pollens: ch9 vintage 2006 and ERSB pollen. This genius combination did not only gave birth to a strain with a promising amount of terpenes, but a fast-finishing, compact plant that can be grown either indoors or outdoors and can survive whether its all sunshine or even rainy. It is perfect for novice growers.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Auto Smokey?

Auto Smokey emits of a scent and taste of sweetness and muskiness with hints of floral undertone. Its effects are just as automatic as its flowering capacity. This is perfect for novices and for those who are not a fan of strong psychoactive properties but still wanted to have a taste of indica relaxation. The effect is really mild, no pressure around the eyes or temples,  but just enough for you to feel calm and relaxed while still being focused and productive. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Auto Smokey?

Due to its ruderalis genetics, it is a given that Auto Smokey strain offers more medicinal purposes than recreational. Its high CBD content is recommended for patients with anxiety and depression. Its relaxing qualities can definitely lift the mood and remove feelings of hopelessness. It can also soothe any adverse reaction from cancer treatment such as loss of appetite and nausea.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Auto Smokey

Auto Smokey may be rich in CBD but it has minor side-effects due to its ruderalis DNA. However, you are still not completely safe from dry mouth, dry eyes, anxiety, lethargy, bad appetite, and drowsiness.

How to Grow Auto Smokey? Some information and Tips

As with other autoflowering strains, Auto Smokey loves the sunlight. While 5 hours of light or sunlight will do, they require 18 hours of light every day. Sea of Green (SOG) is recommended but repotting isn’t. You may use root stimulants. It prefers organic airy soil with peat moss, compost, perlite and vermiculite. Only water them when needed and water pH should only be around 6.0  to 7.0.