I picked this as i am a first time grower, and it was cheep if i messed it up... what i liked about it was the smell of it when growing and how qwick it grows i started growing in april ..i would say for first times growers 100% ...and buying of Sensi Seeds took a week for the seed to come to england... plant feed was helpfull i used baby bio for hurbs for 3 weeks and went on to other things... i had to move my plants out side as the heat was makeing them smell so bad it was filling the house. So moved out side but then took over the garden. Will buy again soon A+
quite like this strain. not too wide and has a plesant smell, not too overwhelming but still gives an energising high and produces some really pretty looking 'glossy' buds :) will buy again.
The Mexican sativa is one of the best strains of marijuana I have ever tried .
Grew outdoors in London UK, 9 out of the 10 sprouted, eventually reduced the crop to two plants. Two monster plants hit 2m high both wide and bushy. Super healthy beautiful looking. Brilliant only regret I harvested too early. Learned a lot growing these magnificent plants. Though I harvested too early I got some real nice sweet smoking buds. Really enjoyed them, real nice taste and smooth smoke with nice calm relaxing effect
Not being able to afford all the indoor grow gear I thought I'd take a chance and try and grow outside. I have to say these seeds have been astonishing. My wife gave me some space in her veggie bed and so the soil is well looke dafter, having been dug over frequently and is treated with well rotted compost. Not knowing exactly what to do I germinated the seeds indoors. I simply put the seeds on some kitchen towel kept it moist but not water logged and placed the dish in a warm, dark cupboard. Three days later all the seeds had germinated and were sprouting like crazy. I then transfered into individual small pots with a growing compost (all courtesy of my wife). After 2 weeks I had strong young plants and after 3 weeks I plnted them outdoors. I am absolutley gob smakced withone of the plants (photo available). It is currently just under 2m tall and seems to want to take over the garden. In fact it is putting all my wifes crops to shame. The plant is so healthy and looks so good! A few insects have nibbled at some leaves but a dose of Bug Spray sorted that out. I know I haven't got any flowers yet but I have only seen plants this healthy in magazines before. Considering it is costing me nothing to actually grow them - I am using sunshine and rain - the experience is wonderful. If you are in any doubt - don't hesitate, have a go and grow!
As a beginner in growing my own plants, i looked around the web for some low priced but still nice seeds. I stumbled upon this mexican sativa and man i was pleasantly surprised. This is an easy to grow plant in my experience and good for beginners or fans of a nice sativa. It had a higher yield then i expected with a good amount of sunshine. the high of this plant is uplifting but not too powerful. Sensi seeds delivered the package on time. i've rated this five, because of the overal perks of these seeds. (i.e. easy to grow, nice yield and good high for a low price)
High yeilding with a lot of outdoor sunshine and medium watering temperment, overall great strain for using outdoors and growing.
I was very pleased with my purchase i enjoyed this strain very much didnt give me that tired feeling like indicas can still get things done gotta love sativas i will be ordering again very fast shipping as well i highly recommend SENSI SEEDS!!!!
sense seeds non si smentisce mai ! E' lui il padrone della migliore genetica nel mondo ! questo strain è fantastico eccezionalmente sativo ! e come si sente io la adoro per giocare a calcetto coraggio e fantasie si sprecano in campo grazie alla mexican sativa ! tutta la vita ! anche se la produzione non è paragonabile alla skunk che è xxl ma ... mexian e' medio alta ! che ve devo di e' bona e ve fa sta bene ! skunk , withe e jeck rimangono the cult per sempre ! daje e forza Roma !
I will make this short. The last 5 years I have had different indoor and outdoor grows. Always sativa dominant ones. Mexican sativa is the cheapest but my favorite smoke. It gives you a pleasant uplifting head high... also good before sex. Grown outdoors in scandinavia you should harvest just before the temperatures drop below 0 celcius. Normally end november or beginning december. Yield is more than enough for me and my freinds for 1 year for one plant.
I tried this strain indoors in a grow tent. The yield was very good, easily twice the average yield of any other strain I have grow indoors. I also like the flavor. This strain has a citrus flavor that is quite different from other sativas I have grow, like Durban. The high is good: a nice stimulating brain high. On the down side, the buds were not very dense. I think this is because I grew it indoors with a 400 Watt HPS light and the plants didn't get quite enough light, so this may be my fault. The service was very good. The seeds arrived relatively quickly, without problems and discretely. In summary; this is a good yielder with an interesting flavor and a nice sativa intellectual high. I would recommend that this strain be grow outdoors if possible, or that one makes sure they get lots of light. Also keep in mind that this strain does get very tall. I would definitely recommend this strain for anyone interested in sativas.
This was the strain we chose when we started our outdoor grow. Mainly because at the time back in 2006 it was the cheapest available! It has never disappointed us though, grown in a tunnel it regularly reaches 7 feet in height with some really nice buds. We have grown it every year since with great results. We grow for medicinal reasons and this plant has literally been a life saver. We used to buy from a third party seed site, but since buying direct from SensiSeeds we have had nothing less than 100% superb service. The seeds are fresh and I think in eight years, we have only had 1 or 2 seeds out of maybe 160 fail to germinate. I would recommend Mexican Sativa to anyone thinking of growing outside or under cover in a cool temperate climate. Be aware though it is definitely not a shrinking violet! :o)