Here’s the skinny on Tiger’s Milk. This strain was bred by Bodhi Seeds, and it combines Sativa and Indica to provide a balanced high that is both uplifting and relaxing.
How much THC do Tiger’s Milk Autoflowering marijuana seeds have?
Its buzzing cerebral high comes from Appalachia, an uplifting hybrid that also offers pain-relieving qualities. The other strain used is Bubba Kush, a plant known for its incredible trichome production that is also a potent Indica with up to 27% THC. In combining both genetics, Tiger’s Milk inherited the powers of its parents. THC levels are 15-17%. Users report feeling happy and more sociable, wanting to stay active at the beginning but as the high takes over they tend to get more relaxed. Some users have even reported feeling lazy once they reach peak effects.
What do Tiger Milk Autoflowering marijuana plants smell like?
The strain has a sweet undertone with Ethiopian frankincense, offering a creamy butter taste with hints of honey leaving a smoothness behind it. The CBD content of the strain is unknown but it has been reported to help with stress and get rid of tension.
The effects of Tiger’s Milk Autoflowering marijuana seeds
It has quite a high THC level and has strong cerebral effects. It has a very strange flavor and aroma that is a mixture of butter, citrus, and strong chemicals. You do feel a bit strange about smoking Tigers Milk, but soon its strong effects take over your body and make you forget the weird aroma and taste. At times, you can feel a hint of honey and earthy flavors in its taste as well. Tigers Milk is excellent for treating various kinds of pains and is especially effective on arthritis pains and backaches. Within minutes of using it, you will experience a huge improvement in your pains. In addition to that, it is efficient in treating insomnia as well. It makes you feel drowsy after a few minutes and soon puts you to sleep. Therefore, it is great for curing insomnia.
Growing advice for Tiger’s Milk Autoflowering marijuana seeds
This strain can be difficult to grow but does well in an indoor or outdoor environment, however, its roots are from a warmer climate and would most likely thrive there! The plant has a good yield and produces big leaves that are green in color with a hue of rust. It is an indoor plant that is mainly harvested during October and has a flowering period of nine weeks.
Richard Forbes (verified owner) –
Hey friends, just here to say Tiger’s Milk is a fun and unique grow with an unbeleviable yield. The aroma is powerful, yet somehow subtle. I am thrilled at the sweet flavors, the relaxing indica high, and the giggly nature of the buzz. Get ready to laugh and laugh!
Jonathan Matthews (verified owner) –
A very unique strain that helps with pain, stress, and anxiety. Excellent grow for a low, and often unbeatable price. I am very stoked!
My seeds arrived in the mail one week after ordering and after planting, produced nearly 500 G of pot in about 12 weeks. A long grow but absolutely worth the effort. You’ll never smoke a nug quite like this, the flavor is indescribable.