Posted on

mexican sativa seeds

Mexican Sativa

Here you can find all info about Mexican Sativa from Sensi Seeds. If you are searching for information about Mexican Sativa from Sensi Seeds, check out our Basic Infos, Gallery, Degustation, Strain Reviews, Medicinal Properties, Direct Comparisons, Shop-Finder and Price Comparison, Lineage / Genealogy, Hybrids / Crossbreeds, User Comments or Threads for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Basic / Breeders Info

Mexican Sativa is a mostly sativa variety from Sensi Seeds and can be cultivated outdoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±60 days ) . Sensi Seeds’ Mexican Sativa is a THC dominant variety and is/was also available as feminized seeds.

Sensi Seeds’ Mexican Sativa Description

Mexican Sativa is a lovely 3-way cannabis hybrid that is fun and easy to grow. Developed in the Cannabis Castle through years of selective breeding and backcrossing the Mexican Oahakan x Pakistani Hash Plant x Durban, blending a great mix of world flavors with exceptional strength and vigor. Mexican Sativa has a fresh zest of fruit and spices accompanied by an equally blended cerebral high and warm, relaxing body sensations.

Outdoor:
Flowering: September – October
Height: 200-300 cm
Yield: up to 250 gr, plant
Indoor:
Flowering time: 9-12 week
Height: up to 350 cm
Yield: aproxley 50gr, plant.
THC: 18%
CBD: 1,3%

Where to buy Mexican Sativa cannabis seeds?

Mexican Sativa from Sensi Seeds is available as regular and feminized seeds. In 9 seedbanks, we found 37 offers between EUR 5.68 for 1 feminized seed and EUR 348.94 for 100 feminized seeds. If you are looking to buy Mexican Sativa Cannabis Seeds from Sensi Seeds somewhere – have a look to our Mexican Sativa Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops – or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current Mexican Sativa offers: Sensi Seeds, Cannapot Hanfshop, Alchimia Grow Shop, Linda Seeds | Linda Semilla, Herbies Head Shop, Original Seeds Store, Seedsman, Samenwahl.com and Oaseeds.

Mexican Sativa Reviews

We’ve collected strain info from 8 growers for Mexican Sativa, check out the reviews about the indoor and outdoor grow here.

General Impression

Known Phenotypes:

  1. long, stretched, fastly blossoming, indica-dominant Phenotype #1
  2. short, stretched, slowly blossoming, indica-dominant Phenotype #3
  3. long, stretched, fastly blossoming, sativa-dominant Phenotype #1
  4. short, stretched, slowly blossoming, sativa-dominant Phenotype #2

More Info:

How is Mexican Sativa growing outdoors?

How is Mexican Sativa growing indoors?

Mexican Sativa Degustation

The seedfinder users tested Mexican Sativa and uploaded information about the aroma, taste and effects of Sensi Seeds’ Mexican Sativa. Here a short overview, click to the charts or links to get an exact description and find similar cannabis varieties!

Aroma / Smell

The aroma / smell of Mexican Sativa can be described best as fairly Spicy (or Sandalwood) and additionally as a little bit Sweet (partially Floral). . read more

Taste / Flavour

The taste / flavour of Mexican Sativa was characterized as Sweet (Floral and Fruity), fairly Spicy (Herbs and Sandalwood) and additionally as a little bit Microbiological. . read more

Effect / Effectiveness

5% Thought provoking

5% Spacy / Confusing

Mexican Sativa have basically a strong effect to the Head (a little bit Relaxing and Uplifting and also minimal Thought provoking and Spacy / Confusing) but is also affecting (a little bit less) to the Body (fairly Calming; a little bit Pain numbing and Couchlocking and also minimal Narcotic and Sleepy). . read more

Mexican Sativa Gallery

Here you see the latest Mexican Sativa photos, uploaded from our users! Altogether we’ve collected 9 pictures from Sensi Seeds’ Mexican Sativa, check out our Mexican Sativa gallery to view them all.

Mexican Sativas Medicinal Properties

Mexican Sativa Comparisons

How is Mexican Sativa growing and effecting compared to other varieties? 2 seedfinder users uploaded direct comparisations with Sensi Seeds’ Mexican Sativa and compared this cannabis variety with 2 other strain(s). Click on the links to get more information and see how good this plants can be grown together!

Mexican Sativa Forum Threads

Here you can find external links to Mexican Sativa related conversations in the different grower forums:

  • Mix – Scheibi´s Überraschungs-Fred (Norhertn Lights, Mexican Sativa, Californi. 17.01.21

Mexican Sativa Lineage / Genealogy

    Mexican Sativa »»» Mexico x Pakistani Hash Plant x Durban »»» Sativa

      Probably Indica »»» Indica
          »»» Sativa

        Map of the Mexican Sativa Family Tree

        Mexican Sativa Hybrids & Crossbreeds

        Map of the Mexican Sativa Descendants

        If you are with a big screen and not browsing with your mobile, check out our dynamic family tree map with all known hybrids of Mexican Sativa! (but this maybe will need some time to load all the data!)

        Mexican Sativa User Comments

        Altogether we’ve collected 7 user comments about Sensi Seeds’ Mexican Sativa. Here you find the 7 english user comments:

        emeraldo – 19.11.2018

        I was looking for sativa strains I could grow outdoors in Europe and harvest in November. I ultimately decided on Sensi Seeds’ Mexican Sativa (and also grew Jamaican Pearl — see separate review). But of the 5 feminized Mex-Sat seeds I ordered, only 1 popped and this was after about two weeks of careful germination efforts. Canna-Seeds generously compensated for the 4 bad seeds, giving me 4 bonus sativa seeds of other strains. Thank you Canna Seeds!

        My single Mex-Sat germinated around June 25. Vegetative period in July and August, and growth was slow at first. She was topped once in late August at about 50cm, and then flowering started September 1 with a stretch of about 100% to 100cm by harvest on November 6. Aroma is a wonderful fruity, citrus smell that grew more intense before harvest, but it was never too smelly to attract attention and blow my stealth grow cover.

        I experienced no mold or fungus at all, and no pests. Mexican Sativa is truly easy to grow and is cold resistant as promised. While luckily this year the weather was sunny and warm all summer into October, when the temperatures cooled off significantly and even dropped to around 0 C in the weeks just before harvest, Mex-Sat was strong and healthy with no damage to the plant or buds right up to harvest. Her yield was good, about 80 grams cured.

        So if conditions are right, Mexican Sativa will ripen slowly into November as they say, and I let her trichomes get at least 60% milky-cloudy, with about 10% amber. The resulting effect is uplifting and energizing. Not overpowering, the effect is a totally pleasant exhilarating energetic very clear-headed high at first, which then settles over into a relaxing feeling after a half hour or so. I’ve given this effect a strength of 7, which is "not too strong" (compared to the Jamican Pearl, which is a notch stronger).

        I will grow this strain again. It is right up there with my all-time favorites like Sour Diesel and Purple Maroc. Good weed!

        nonamez – 30.12.2017

        a late flowering outdoor strain, harvest the begin to mid of November (51 N), but it has no problems with wet and cold climate, many phenos and the most sativa-ones are the best, very happy and activating high! but some other phenos are weak and have a boring hybrid-high, only 7 of 10 sprouted, one hermie, this strain does not need much nutrients, do not give them to much nitrogen!

        GEORGE – 23.12.2016

        Ich habe diese Sorte unter 125 Watt ESL gezogen, wie die meisten anderen Sorten auch, daher kann ich mindestens Vergleiche ziehen. Diese Samen waren die einzigen von SensiSeeds, die ich als Fehlzünder bezeichnen möchte. Eventuell hatte ich die falsche Charge erwischt, ich bin ja SensiSeeds Fan. Aber diese waren einfach nur klein, mickrig und an das High kann ich mich gar nicht mehr erinnern. Die Zucht ist ca. 4 Jahre her. Wie auch immer, ich scheue mich das durch eine erneute Bestellung zu bestätigen oder eben zu revidieren. Ich kann nach dieser Erfahrung nur sagen, dass ich sie nicht wieder probieren werden. Dazu hatte ich viel zu guten Erfolg mit anderen Sorten.

        Hunor – 21.12.2015

        Késön érö. Magyarországon október vége.De még átmehet novemberbe is. Keveset terem meg csak regular magot lehet kapni,ami a gerillásoknak nem jó hír. Esetleg annak aki szeret ásni feleslegesen a kanoknak is.

        Lpz – 31.08.2014

        Great smoke, best to be a bushy plant, to get best yeild. Defenetly had no problems with the HID light, leaves turned purplish near the end and the buds were full of resin.

        mokka – 21.04.2013

        greenhouse grow lat52. very late flowering.loose sativa buds.pretty mould resistant even for such late flowering. nice strong high. but really a bit too late for my liking

        GrowIt – 18.10.2011

        Just like Sensi Seeds description of the strain. Very beginner friendly, easy to grow, and will produce very large buds come harvest.

        These ladies grow very large, so it would be recommended to tie them down to allow a non-Christmas tree like shape, and to allow side branching to fill out.

        Finishes anytime from the end of September to mid/late October.

        For the price, a very recommended strain.

        Upload your info about this strain here:

        Do you know something more about Sensi Seeds’ Mexican Sativa? Please help to make this database better and upload/connect your information here!

        Pictures

        Pictures speak louder than words! Upload your "Mexican Sativa" Photos here and help other growers to get a better impression of this variety.

        Comparisons

        You have grown Mexican Sativa together with another variety? Please fill out our Strain VS. Strain direct comparisation form!

        User Reviews

        Our strain reviews are multilingual, searchable and can be very detailed – including data about the grow, aroma, effects and taste! Please upload your Mexican Sativa Review here to help the other seedfinder users!

        Medical Values

        You have experience with the medical qualities of Mexican Sativa? Sharing your information here maybe can help other people!

        Threads

        You’ve stumbled upon a Mexican Sativa related thread into a forum or growers community? Connect it here and enable othe users to find this information fast and easy!

        Videos

        You found a related video with additional information or grow-infos about Mexican Sativa on YouTube? Please connect it here to the strain info page!

        Mexican sativa seeds

        10 REGULAR SEEDS

        Mexico has a long and important cannabis tradition. The country that coined the term ‘marijuana’ is home to some wonderful varieties of cannabis which are rarely seen outside her borders.

        The main ancestor and parent of the Mexican Sativa seed-strain is a prized cultivar from the southern province of Oaxaca. To adapt this exotic Sativa for flowering in the northern summer, it was infused with genes from Durban – the famously hardy African Sativa – as well as from a fast-flowering Pakistani hash plant. The best seed offspring were then back-crossed to the Oaxacan line to maintain the distinctive qualities of the original strain. Mexican Sativa fuses the subtle flavours of three continents within her long, delicate buds. Notes of sandalwood and aniseed are wrapped up in the sharp, fresh, resin-tinged scent of the Oaxacan original.

        Mexican Sativa seeds are ideal for any garden grower who wants an easily cultivated strain, aesthetically beautiful plants and a clear, uplifting Sativa high. If you think that lower priced seeds must always be of low quality, these Ladies of the Sierra Madre will surprise you!

        Regular (non feminized) Cannabis Seeds
        Cool /Cold
        High plant
        Flowering 50 – 70 days
        Yield Medium Yield
        70% Sativa

        Mexican Sativa

        Mexico has a long and important cannabis tradition. The country that coined the term ‘marijuana’ is home to some wonderful varieties of cannabis which are rarely seen outside her borders.

        The main ancestor and parent of the Mexican Sativa seed-strain is a prized cultivar from the southern province of Oaxaca. To adapt this exotic Sativa for flowering in the northern summer, it was infused with genes from Durban – the famously hardy African Sativa – as well as from a fast-flowering Pakistani hash plant.

        The best seed offspring were then back-crossed to the Oaxacan line to maintain the distinctive qualities of the original strain. Mexican Sativa fuses the subtle flavours of three continents within her long, delicate buds. Notes of sandalwood and aniseed are wrapped up in the sharp, fresh, resin-tinged scent of the Oaxacan original.

        Mexican Sativa seeds are ideal for any garden grower who wants an easily cultivated strain, aesthetically beautiful plants and a clear, uplifting Sativa high. If you think that lower priced seeds must always be of low quality, these Ladies of the Sierra Madre will surprise you!

        Cool /Cold
        Mexican Sativa® is a tough, early flowering strain suitable to be grown outside in most climates

        High plant
        Mexican Sativa® will grow substantially during the flowering phase.

        Short flowering period (50 – 70 days)
        Mexican Sativa® will have a comparatively short flowering time.

        Medium Yield
        Mexican Sativa® will produce a decent amount of bud

        70% Sativa
        The Mexican Sativa® strain has large proportion of Sativa genes in its background.