Congratulations! You have just won yourself a ticket to the most stunning beaches in Cabo and Cancun. All of your worries and concerns can now slowly drift away into the distant orange horizon. With our Mexican Airlines strain, the side effects may include creativity and laughter. Our botanists developed this variety by combining Colombian, Mexican, and autoflower varieties, while stabilizing the resulting strain to create the high-quality autoflowering plants.
Taste & Aroma
Our Mexican Airlines strain sports a sour and spicy ginger flavor, with a lemon aftertaste.
Mexican Airlines Review
It hits a low CBD level, and a THC level of 19%, making it a perfect species for passionate Sativa lovers. Mexican Airlines opens the gates to innovation and individuality. It’s one-weekend getaway that you will never forget!
One grower put it this way in his review, "Mexican Airlines seeds are no joke! She's one of the most flavorful strains I've grown! A nice combination of fruit and fuel. I could smoke her any time of the day. The high is a nice combination of energetic and relaxing. I'm up enough to do yard work but relaxed enough to not care about the little things. I'll be growing more Mexican Airlines in the future!"
How It Grows
A rare autoflower pure sativa, Mexican Airlines seeds grow plants without the slightest hint of indica or hybrid traits. Its genetics produce long, light-green leaves, and compact buds. The plan can reach 120 cm (4 ft.) when cultivated by experienced hands. Its growth rate revs up shortly before flowering, and the plant’s distinct smell becomes apparent. The expected growth cycle is roughly 8 – 9 weeks, however, if you prefer to get the full potential out of the plant’s maturity you can allow for more time. Mexican Airlines is suitable for both indoor and outdoor cultivation. When grown indoors, it responds well to 14/10 light cycles, even though we advise that you provide it with 18 hours of light for the largest Mexican Airlines yield. Its blue-white buds are hard and resistant to diseases and pests. Special attention is not necessary, but the more solar energy, the happier the grower and the plant