Blowing off steam after a long day at work is always ideal. In this regard, Mendo Breath has restorative effects to offer. It has an uplifting onset that raises spirits complemented by a sedating heaviness that promotes rest and restoration. Recreationally, enthusiasts can also take advantage of the light euphoria and limber body for watching a good show or enjoying some music before capping the night.
OGKushBreath has a soothing head-to-toe high that thoroughly relaxes users and puts them into vacation mode. Meanwhile, Mendo Montage is a flavorful bud packed with eye-catching colors like purples and deep blues. Crossing the two created the end-of-day companion, Mendo Breath.
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One thing to remember while using Mendo Breath is exercising control. It is a potent strain with THC levels that average between 19% and 20%. Used beyond individual tolerance levels, it can induce paranoia and heighten anxiety levels. Staying within moderation will deter any unwanted side effects such as greening out.
Our Mendo Breath Strain Review
Information About Mendo Breath Strain
|ORIGIN||OGKushBreath (OGKB) and Mendo Montage|
|EFFECTS||Relaxed – 10|
Euphoric – 7
Sleepy – 7
Happy – 7
Tingly – 5
|FRAGRANCE||Sweet, caramel, chocolate, vanilla, mint, earthy|
|FLAVORS||Sweet, caramel, chocolate, berry, mint, earthy|
|ADVERSE REACTIONS||Dry mouth – 10|
Dry eyes – 4
Dizzy – 3
Paranoid – 2
Anxious – 1
|MEDICAL||Pain – 10|
Stress – 10
Insomnia – 7
Depression – 6
Inflammation – 5
|FLOWERING TIME INDOOR||7 to 9 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOOR||Late September to mid-October|
|THC CONTENT %||19% to 20%|
|CBD %||Up to 1%|
|INDOOR YIELD||10 to 12 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||12 ounces or more per plant|
|RESISTANCE TO DISEASE||Unknown|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
A tingling buzz kneads the temples free of tension. It smoothens creases around the forehead first, letting in a rush of euphoria swarm the mind. Within minutes, a noticeable change in disposition occurs. Users seem happier as smiles broaden and brighten. A spark in one’s eye signals the presence of an innate sense of happiness that trumps negativity.
The same soothing sensation trickles down to the rest of the body. It kneads each muscle it surges through and frees tension. Replacing it is a heavy-limbed buzz that weighs users down to the couch pleasantly, similar to lounging around after a hard day’s work. Eventually, it settles in the limbs until one falls asleep unknowingly.
Users can make the most out of Mendo Breath by using it late afternoon or early in the evening. This provides ample time between the cerebral euphoria and the sedating physical buzz that lulls one to bed. Using it on a day where one has to be alert may not be the best idea.
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Mendo Breath exudes a sweet aroma reminiscent of hot drinks on a cold morning. It is a blend of caramel and chocolate with a hint of vanilla and cool mint. Breaking or crushing the buds reveals its berry undertones while combusting it brings out its earthy scent.
The sweet flavors of caramel and chocolate sprinkled with berries invigorates the palate at the first toke. Complimenting it is a vanilla that coats the tongue. On the exhale, it leaves a cooling mint and rich earth that balances out the initial profile.
Experiencing dry eyes and a cottonmouth is normal when toking Mendo Breath. The unavoidable side effects last for hours, but users can manage the discomfort by downing a few glasses of water throughout the day and staying hydrated. Higher doses can lead to a disorienting dizziness that triggers anxiety or, worst, a subtle feeling of paranoia. Thus, it is essential that users stay cautious of the dosage or start low and slow.
Mendo Breath is a source of medicinal reprieve for various patients. For the chronically stressed, its uplifting head high is a welcome distraction from the overwhelming dread that stressors trigger. It also calms worries and works well against anxiety. Long-sufferers of depression and mental health issues like PTSD also find comfort in the strain.
Pain relief is among Mendo Breath’s best uses. It has relaxing qualities that act similarly to an analgesic. Beginning from the temples, it delivers a tranquilizing buzz that releases aches and pains. It reduces inflammations too, appeasing the swelling and redness that come with it. From it, too, comes the prevention of unwanted muscular contraction that cause sharp pangs and stiffness all over the body.
Eventually, it turns into a heaviness that plants itself in the limbs. It makes the eyelids droop and the body melt until users are dozing off. Apart from enticing one to go to bed early, it also enhances the quality of sleep.
Available only as a clone, Mendo Breath requires the care and attention of a seasoned grower. It is highly sensitive and is susceptible to diseases and pests especially in the beginning. Placing the cuttings in starter cubes, exposing it to slightly warmer room temperature (between 22°C and 25°C), an 18/6 lighting schedule for faster root creation, and a humid climate will encourage it to form roots in one or two days.
Once its roots have grown out and developed, it acquires a little resistance. Afterward, growers may either continue growing it indoors or transplant it outdoors. Coming from a mature plant, its growth cycle is relatively quick as it matures within weeks.
It is the best candidate for the Sea of Green method, which coaxes a single cola to produce multiple buds. At the same time, it maximizes space by placing at least four plants in a designated area. Another advantage of encouraging vertical growth is that it does not apply high amounts of stress that may shock Mendo Breath, resulting in stunted growth.
Mediums also matter when it comes to cultivating Mendo Breath. A hydroponics system encourages vigorous growth and bud production while also shortening the time. Free of pests, yields from a plant grown in the soilless medium are ‘cleaner’ that ones grown in soil. This is not to say growers should avoid using soil. Rather, checking to see if the medium is free of pests or disease is necessary.
It takes 7 to 9 weeks for Mendo Breath to fully bloom. At harvest, it produces between 10 o 12 ounces of buds per square meter. Growers may increase yields by extending the flowering period by a week.
Mendo Breath usually flowers from the last week of September to the middle of October. It yields at least 12 ounces of buds per plant once fully mature.
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