Mai Tai Cookies may not have the best psychedelic peaks. Its implications are quite nuanced, and it delivers a delicate rush of energy from the head down to the toes, or perhaps a massive-on head-smashing effect. It is precisely for this reason that its 8 to 14 percent THC remains a refreshing wake-and-bake experience for both novices and seasoned users.
The lower THC levels may put off some people at first glance, but once you take a look at the full range of advantages of this strain, you will change their style. While THC comes in only at a high of 14 percent, CBD levels almost match that across the board with a consistent 12 percent. Citrus and cherry flavors and aromas take center stage, making those with a sweet tooth praise the Ganja gods.
Mai Tai cookies have a peppery fragrance that amplifies with a peppery tinge when the buds are torn. The pleasant aroma of the tree falls into the room until combusted. It has a tropical overtone with orange and cherry notes.
Mai Tai Cookies wash through the palate with a slight spiciness and heavy pops of spice, just as it tastes. Although at first sharp, the citric but sweet taste of fruits subsequently disperses its acrid quality. The exhalation is followed by a delicious back floor of cherries grazed by orange peel.
Mai Tai Indoor cultivated cookies yield around 350-400 grams of fresh bud per meter of the vine. And it takes about 7-9 weeks for this strain to bloom and be ready for harvest.
The production of Mai Tai Cookies per cultivated plant is estimated to be 400 grams or more. This can be harvested from late September to about the middle of October.
Whether this is its intoxicating smell or just what it’s like, Mai Tai Cookies is a beautiful lady with whom she can spend time.