Hijack Automatic

Hijack Automatic

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
High
Yield
High
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Strain Information

Auto Seeds perfected the craft of breeding auto-flowering strains and used the best strains to create the Hijack Automatic. They used the two great weed the Jack Herer and the 8th time champion, AK-47, and after that, added a Siberian Ruderalis to enhance fast flowering and yield production. This hybrid strain has big and solid buds covered in resins with white and orange hair sprouting everywhere. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Hijack Automatic?

The beautifully balanced flavors of this strain will leave you wanting to puff more. At the beginning of the smoke, sharp citrus, almost lime flavor will dominate your mouth. As you exhale, it exhibits subtle tones of exotic spices and sandalwood. The high is described as a heavy head uplifting effect with a balanced body buzz. Users will feel motivated, as cerebral rush occupies the head, making them happy and sociable. This will leave you with a euphoric bliss and relaxed body throughout the high.

What are the Medical Benefits of Hijack Automatic?

The effects of this strain are perfect for combating depression, anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and bipolar disorder. It can also be used by patients who are suffering from chronic pain, post-surgery injury, inflammation, arthritis, headaches, chronic stress, and fatigue. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Hijack Automatic.

The use of Hijack Automatic often results in dryness of the mouth and bloodshot eyes. The heady effect can sometimes give its users a mild and short headache. Additionally, it can also cause mild anxiety or paranoid thinking for beginners or even regular users who consumed this cannabis in higher quantities. 

How to Grow Hijack Automatic? 

Growing this marijuana is an easy task, even for beginners. It can thrive both indoors and outdoors and can adapt well to training and any form of technique. When feeding, start slow, and gradually increase as she grows.