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A very decent amount of CBD (1%) for a recreational strain, Mexican Airlines from FastBuds may provide some good relief from stress, fatigue, inflammation and nausea.

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As a sativa-dominant variety and a potent one with 19% THC, this may also be a good choice for those dealing with headaches, migraine or neuralgic pain. It is definitely very uplifting and should ease day-to-day worries quickly and effectively.

Available to buy in autoflowering seed form, these plants grow quick, strong and sturdy. The leaves are long, slim and light green; the tops, dense, sticky and covered with trichomes. When flowering she will have a potent aroma, so make sure you have a good carbon filter.

Sativa lovers will be happy indeed – the name speaks very much for itself; you will be up in the clouds and flying high with Mexican Airlines.

Worthy of mention, Mighty Mite, A short, early-flowering variety from B.C.’s Gulf Island, had some underground fame in Canada for its ability to finish in August. It was basically an autoflowering strain, although the word wasn’t being used yet.

An article was published in Cannabis Culture in 2003, titled “The return of Ruderalis” by DMT. While Lowryder is not mentioned by name, probably because it was still too obscure, the article goes into an interesting discussion about the potential that Ruderalis hybrids might hold for the future. “Deep in the North American woods lurks a recent addition to the marijuana gene pool: Ruderalis hybrids!” The author goes on to conclude that, “a couple of auto-flowers on the back deck will likely fit the lifestyle of many more folks than would an ordinary grow room.”

All types of Cannabis, it is scientifically accepted, form a single species, Cannabis Sativa, divided into three sub-species: Sativa(“cultivated”), Indica (“Indian”), and Ruderalis. The term Cannabis ruderalis was coined by Russian botanist Janischewsky in 1924. In the loose, imperfect classification system for marijuana, is the name given to a sub-species growing wild in parts of Russia and eastern Europe. But it’s important to separate myth from reality. Rather than describing a truly feral or wild type of Cannabis, Ruderalis was actually a term used to decribe certain types of hemp which escaped cultivation and adapted to the surrounding region.

Cannabis Sativa Ruderalis

Some of you may be wondering if you missed something: what exactly is the connection between Ruderalis and autoflowering? Simply put, autoflowering comes from Ruderalis. Autoflowering is a set of traits that originated in semi-wild populations of Cannabis, or Ruderalis, and that has now been incorporated into new varieties. More technically, autoflowering means: a plant that flowers on its own, or has a determinate lifespan, as opposed to a traditional or indeterminate one which follows seasonal cues, especially day length. Autoflowering. Determinate. Dwarf. Low-bush. These term show the parallels with other types of cultivated plants crops, not just Cannabis.