Short Rider Genetics
Top 44 has now been discontinued, leaving her quick-growing legacy (the 44 refers to the days to flower) behind in Short Rider. She was crossed with Early Special; a strain that has Siberian Ruderalis in its background – hence the autoflowering capability.
Short Rider Effects
A lovely balance to the effect here. The sativa side of the family brings euphoria, you´ll be chatting away, and there’s a good chance of getting the giggles. You will feel the indica side in the deeply relaxing quality of the high. And the smoothness of the vape or smoke will be appreciated by novices and cannaseurs alike.
Short Rider Terpene Profile
She´s a skunky one, but there’s also a nice fruity note to the aroma of Short Rider which comes in over the top of her predominantly dank smell. Her flavour is similarly dank and herby and won’t make you cough – instead, she has a lovely smooth finish.
Medical Benefits Short Rider
Not really a medical plant. Short Rider won’t produce enough for keeping up with the needs of regular medicinal use. Neither is she massively high in THC of CBD. She has a modest amount of both though, which can be handy if you are a medicinal user looking to medicate in the daytime. The effects will leave you clear-headed and alert but relaxed too. For the general self-medicator though she should be good for chasing away average blues, aches, and pains of both head and heart.
How to Grow Short Rider
Easy and quick to grow and harvest, this autoflower from Nirvana has an almost 100% germination rate and can produce a significant yield for such a small plant. She’s also hardy and disease resistant: ideal for beginners thus. You can leave her on a fixed light schedule, she’ll grow evenly, and because she is naturally short, she´s ideal for windowsills. Within a very short time, she will be sparkly as all hell and ultimately produce a good yield of dank, dense, tasty bud. Good both indoor and outdoor (even in cooler climates) and SOG.