Subtly Psychoactive and Citrus Sweet
For casual users who aren’t looking to get totally baked, Maxigom Autoflower is a perfect strain, providing a subtle and mildly psychedelic high. Her 10% THC might seem low but is in fact pronounced enough to uplift you for hours.
A hybrid weed that can trace her lineage back to two strains that are popular and well-loved in their own right, Maxigom is the lovechild of the Indica-dominant Critical Mass and the Sativa-dominant AK-47. This strain was bred from the autoflowering version of both parents, with an added Ruderalis in the mix - which is likely the reasoning behind her lower THC levels.
Though many in the cannabis community will tell you that autoflowering strains aren’t in the same class as other feminized or regular seeds, and can fall down when it comes to potency, flavor and fragrance, you’ll be happy to hear that Maxigom Auto breaks the mold, displaying flavorful traits and providing a high that is enjoyable every time.
Citrus sweet with tropical, fruity flavors, this weed’s smooth smoke is as mild and subtle as her psychoactive high, and will have you floating blissfully through your day for several hours with just a few tokes.
Growing Maxigom is made easy as this auto version doesn’t rely on light cycles, drawing on her Ruderalis parentage - and as such we can recommend this herb as a first time grow for newbies. Though some support may be required due to her particularly huge nugs, most growers will find she’s an easy plant to handle.
Flavor and Fragrance of Maxigom Autoflower
Sweet with the subtle, tropical notes of citrus and pineapple, Maxigom Auto has a smooth, creamy smoke that is mild with a touch of anise, and flowery on the exhale.
Since Maxigom Autoflower is a well-balanced hybrid strain, her high tends to begin with gentle euphoria that slides into a state of bliss so subtly you won’t even notice it happening. This herb is mild, much like her predecessor, AK-47, and though she’s a little psychoactive, you won’t feel overwhelmed with this weed.
A great daytime strain, this plant isn’t likely to hold you back from getting on with your day, as her high is head-clearing as well as cheering and uplifting. The transition from head high to body high as her Indica effects kick in is just as subtle as her other qualities, blending together both types of stimulation perfectly.
Maxigom won’t lock you to the couch, nor will it bring on laziness or lethargy - instead you’ll be left with a sense of calm, and wellbeing for several hours after you smoke.
Mild as she may be, a few tokes too many can change the effects dramatically - and some consumers may be inclined to do so due to her subtlety. Adverse effects from upping the dosage include dizziness alongside the usual dry eyes and mouth.
Medical Uses of Maxigom Autoflower
Though this cannabis isn’t particularly well-established as a medicinal strain, Maxigom Auto can still provide some relief and comfort to ease feelings of stress and worry, due to her relaxing and uplifting high.
Some in the medicinal marijuana community have noted that this herb can be handy for relieving mild pain, despite her low CBD content - but we would recommend something stronger for serious pain issues.
Growing Maxigom Autoflower Seeds
Little and compact, Maxigom Autoflower isn’t likely to grow beyond 100cm in height even in the very best hands - and any beginner can manage this plant well enough - but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t need her nutrients.
The best way to boost her harvest is to cultivate Maxigom indoors, preferably using a hydroponics system. Since she has fairly short leaves and her buds are quite dense, this is the sort of plant that requires some external support in order to prevent the colas of branches from snapping.
If you wish to encourage explosive grown, some stress training - either low-stress training (LST) or high-stress training (HST) - will work well, and is particularly effective if you’re tight on space.
The full life cycle of Maxigom Auto is only 10 to 11 weeks, and once she’s ready to harvest, you’ll notice her buds are truly enormous - though this does make her a tad more susceptible to fungus and mold, so you’ll need to keep humidity levels optimum throughout. Good air circulation can be a great preventative measure too, and light penetration is important - a 600w grow lamp is ideal.
When you do finally get around to harvesting, this plant tends to yield around 1.63 to 1.96 ounces of nugs per square foot.
If you prefer to grow outdoors, she’ll thrive in much the same conditions, though her yields are typically smaller, usually coming in at 2.11 to 2.82 ounces per plant. One benefit of growing outdoors is that this cannabis can be cultivated at any time throughout the year, provided it’s not too cold - the joy of autoflowering strains.
A choice strain for daytime consumption and casual consumers, Maxigom Autoflower is a subtle weed with a psychedelic high that’s perfect for tokers who don’t want to be knocked flat with every toke.
Tropical fruity notes and hints of anise coat the tongue with a smooth smoke that has you relaxed and falling back into a subtle but noticeable bliss that helps you glide through the day on a cloud of euphoria. Though not big on medicinal benefits, this uplifted feeling can follow you for several hours to reduce stress and bring on a calmer state of mind.
Growing this plant with feminized, autoflowering seed takes much of the work out of cannabis cultivation. Some stress training can be a bonus, but Maxigom will thrive either way, with a nice short life cycle and huge dense nugs at the finish line.