CBDV Indica Autoflower Strain Specifications
Type: Indica Dominant
Genetics Parents: Unknown
Flowering Period: 8-10 weeks
Climate: Sunny and warm
Yield: 450-550g/m2 indoors, 200-300 g per plant Outdoors
Flavors: Earthy, Woody, Sweet, Herbal
THC Level: 0.3%
CBD Level: 4-6%
Height: 100 cm
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Flavor and Effects of CBDV Indica Autoflower Strain?
The flavor of this strain is one-of-a-kind and highly addictive. With a sweet and sour flavor, Auto CBDV Indica sends your taste buds into a frenzy. Herbal, along with a tinge of earthiness, creeps in.
The Auto CBD Indica effect is soothing, with a stimulating and anxious impact that does not effectively alter your perceptions or prevent you from performing your daily job. It will not make you sleepy either. The fragrance of Auto CBDV is fresh and aromatic, reminiscent of lavender and jasmine. It smells piney and woody.
What are the Medical Benefits of CBDV Indica Autoflower Strain?
If you need CBD to alleviate spasticity or nausea from some diseases, this strain has the high levels of cannabidiol you need. Auto CBDV Indica can also help with inflammation, muscle pain, and other physical ailments. CBDV can also be used to treat seizures.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from CBDV Indica Autoflower Strain
Users may experience transient dizziness or a mild headache, dehydration followed by a persistent sense of paranoia. And when you smoke a lot of cigarettes, you can get into a lot of trouble. However, this is a rare weed breed recorded to a lesser degree than other weed breeds. It is also easily avoided by just not smoking in abundance.
How to Grow CBDV Indica Autoflower Strain?
Auto CBDV Indica is a simple plant to grow; as long as it receives enough direct light, this high-cannabidiol plant can produce excellent results. The pot in which it is grown is big enough, and it is watered and fertilized regularly. Because of her short life span of 8-10 weeks, she can be harvested in the summer.
CBDV Indica Autoflower doesn’t need many nutrients, but she does require a lot of frequency. If we don’t feed her enough, she’ll turn yellow. Regardless of the photoperiod, Auto CBDV blooms. Outdoor growing is an excellent choice for aspiring growers looking to save money or provide an all-organic environment for South Indian Indica. Indoor growing rooms or tents, on the other hand, enable growers to quickly adjust critical factors like lighting, temperature, and humidity.