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The Mimosa strain offers a happy and energetic high, but it does cause the munchies, so have plenty of food on hand. Mimosa’s delicious citrusy aroma and flavor are further reasons why this strain has become so popular among cannabis smokers.

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With its parents being the flavorful Clementine and Purple Punch strains, it’s of little surprise that this combination produced the delicious cocktail-like offspring, Mimosa. The Mimosa strain offers a happy and energetic high, but it does cause the munchies, so have plenty of food on hand. When you hear the name Mimosa, you may picture yourself lounging beside the pool with the famous champagne and orange juice cocktail in your hand. But if you have been paying attention to up-and-coming cannabis strains like Mimosa from Symbiotic Genetics, you are probably picturing a joint in your hand rather than a cocktail.














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Chronic pain

What Is the Mimosa Strain?

Mimosa (sometimes referred to as Purple Mimosa) is a sativa-dominant hybrid (70% sativa: 30% indica) strain that is the offspring of the sativa Clementine and the indica Purple Punch. Mimosa’s popularity has been steadily growing since its arrival on the cannabis scene in 2017. Smokers of Mimosa weed love this strain’s cerebral high and uplifting effects. Due to Mimosa’s energizing effects, cannaseurs refer to this one as a  “wake and bake” strain. Therefore, it is best suited to daytime use, and you are better off avoiding this strain late at night if you intend on going to sleep anytime soon. Users say that following the initial euphoric buzz, which tapers off gradually, Mimosa leaves you feeling happy, uplifted, and energized.

Mimosa has a modest CBD level of 0.05% but a much more potent THC level, which can reach up to a staggering 30%. Novice cannabis smokers would be wise to try a little at first just to see how they handle Mimosa’s effects. If you were a bit of a lightweight drinker, you wouldn’t down a dozen Mimosa cocktails; it’s also not a good idea to overindulge on Mimosa weed. Even seasoned cannabis smokers used to high-THC strains would be wise to go low-and-slow with this one.


Mimosa’s delicious citrusy aroma and flavor are further reasons why this strain has become so popular among cannabis smokers. The good news is that Mimosa has inherited all of those wonderfully delicious citrusy orange scents from its parent strain Clementine. These are infused with some sour notes, which give it a robust sweet and sour smell. Mimosa’s other detectable aromas include some earthy notes and fresh floral fragrances.


Mimosa’s aroma gives the prospective user a good indication of how great this strain tastes. The sweet and sour flavors dominate, and just like the Mimosa cocktail, this strain is a treat for the tastebuds.


A mature Mimosa plant has a dense coating of large cone-shaped buds with a heavy covering of milky-white trichomes. Hints of purple from its parent strain Purple Punch contrast beautifully with the heavily frosted appearance of the Mimosa plant. The bright orange pistils that grow prominently around the leaves and wintergreen calyxes make a Mimosa plant a sight to behold.

Grow Info

The key to Mimosa’s deliciously sweet citrusy orange flavor lies in its terpene profile (discussed in greater detail in Mimosa’s Medical Benefits section below). There are ways to help Mimosa’s terpenes reach their full potential and thus maximize the plant’s flavors. One is the soil quality you choose to grow the Mimosa plant in. We highly recommend using a complex healthy soil medium rich in essential nutrients, as it will help to nourish the plant during its different growth stages. You can purchase a super soil mix in a bag for about twenty to thirty bucks or try your hand at creating your own.

Alternatively, you can provide the Mimosa plant with some of the essential nutrients it needs at different stages of its growth. You can start by applying above-average levels of nitrogen in the vegetative stage. Follow this by adding high phosphorus and potassium levels in the flowering stage to help maximize terpene content.

Flowering Time

Mimosa has an indoor flowering time of nine weeks and is typically ready for outdoor harvesting by mid-to-late October.

THC Content – Highest Test

The highest THC content recorded in a Mimosa sample is believed to have been a whopping 30%. Mimosa’s THC level can range anywhere between 17-30% so novices should exercise caution with this highly potent strain.

CBD Content – Highest Test

The Mimosa strain’s high THC level is offset by a very low CBD content. Mimosa typically contains approximately 0.05-0.1% CBD.

Possible Side Effects

The main side effects that people associate with smoking Mimosa weed are dry mouth and dry eyes. If you have a low tolerance to THC or overindulge, you may experience heightened anxiety, dizziness, and paranoia. Another side effect associated with smoking Mimosa weed is the crash experienced later in the day after the initial euphoric high and energizing buzz has worn off.

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