Animal Mints Strain
- Dry Mouth
- Lack of Appetite
Marijuana is a drug that many people turn to for relaxation and relief. Those who find smoking does not suit their needs may be curious about other consumption methods. Animal Mints is a hybrid weed strain made by crossing SinMint Cookies and Animal Cookies, which produces a strong body and head high that makes it ideal for after-work or evening use. This strain features bright green and brown buds with only a dusting of frost on them.
It originates from Colorado and the Pacific North West. Its effects include mood enhancement, stress reduction, and increased appetite. Medical marijuana patients choose this strain to help relieve symptoms associated with stress and anxiety. Many of its users like the minty smell on the exhale. The taste is slightly sweet but not too overpowering for those who don’t like a super strong flavor.
The adverse effects users report is dry mouth, dry eyes, and cottonmouth. This strain is long-lasting, and because of its high THC level, those who have a low to moderate tolerance should be cautious. Animal Mints can have serious implications for those who have a low tolerance or are new to marijuana consumption. It can cause paranoia, anxiety, and dizziness.
The buzz can last up to 4 hours and will stay with you for several more. The THC content is between 21 and 28%, higher than most other strains. It’s ideal for planting it indoors and for harvesting it in early October. You can expect the yield to be around 5 ounces per square meter.
Flowering takes around 9 to 10 weeks. You will be able to light the plants for flowering, but you should let them flower naturally. With the right temperature and amount of light, this strain will yield more than a pound.
It is good for outdoor cultivation if you get the required diseases under control before bringing your plants indoors. This strain is self-pollinating, so you don’t have to worry about cross-pollination between different hybrids or strains.