Yumbolt Autoflower

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Heavy-handed and relaxing despite her refreshing tropical rainforest aroma, this pot’s effects begin with a soaring euphoria before she drags you down to bliss and tranquility...

Highly Coveted, Head-Centric Californian Cannabis

Bud Basics

Though Yumbolt Autoflower’s genes come from all over the world, she was bred in California’s own Humboldt County in the late 70s despite her landrace heritage. Boasting the sedating buzz of parent Afghani, this herb’s second parent is rumored to have arisen from the Himalayas, but may also be another native of Afghanistan.

A hybrid strain that’s Indica-leaning, particularly in effect, this hard to find weed is well-loved and infamous for her hard-hitting, fast-acting body stone. Heavy-handed and relaxing despite her refreshing tropical rainforest aroma, this pot’s effects begin with a soaring euphoria before she drags you down to bliss and tranquility.

Since the body-centric effects of Yumbolt Auto are so potent, it’s no surprise to those in the cannabis community that this ganja is coveted by patients struggling with various chronic pain disorders. But that’s not to say this herb's not effective for psychological troubles too.

Yumbolt may be rare, but her seeds are simple once you’ve got them - and this autoflowering variant means that she’s fast-growing too.

Despite notable outdoor heritage, this strain is very much an indoor specimen, as that’s the best environment for controlling her and keeping her safe from molds and mildews. As such, a hand with a little prior cultivation experience might be best for this plant, as any mistake or injury could be detrimental to the final yield.

Flavor and Fragrance of Yumbolt Autoflower

Bracing and tropical, breaking apart the nugs of Yumbolt Autoflower releases an aroma much like that of stepping into a rainforest after a storm. Damp and earthy with notes of pine and a spicy kick, this herb is sweet with bitter berry notes that defy expectations when combusted.


The difficulty in finding Yumbolt Auto in dispensaries and coffeeshops may well have attributed to her stellar reputation. With a THC content of around 24%, it’s understandable that she’s highly-coveted even before you light up and experience the delights for yourself.

Hard-hitting and potent, this well-balanced hybrid revives the mind with a euphoric lift that boosts mood and induces feelings of happiness and bliss that can last for several hours. Allowing the mind to wander while the body sinks down into relaxation, the full-body relaxation this herb provides can be a bit much for newbies or those with a low tolerance, but is worth trying nevertheless.

Within moments of toking this weed, the Indica genetics will have you in a vice-like grip of buzzing physical intensity that only escalates as time goes on to leave you drowsy, chilled out and tranquil. Oh, and stoned off your nut.

There are still a few side effects to Yumbolt though, as she can bring on dry, red and bloodshot eyes and cottonmouth just as easily as any other strain. Keep yourself hydrated during your session and make good use of eye drops if need be, and you should be just fine.

If over consumed, this pot may well have more adverse effects, though. Dizziness, headaches, increased paranoia and heightened anxiety can occur, so keep it low and slow, and choose a milder strain if you’re sensitive to THC.

Medical Uses of Yumbolt Autoflower

Though a hybrid, Yumbolt Autoflower is Indica-leaning and so is most commonly prescribed as medicinal marijuana (MMJ) for her physical effects.

Body-centric, this ganja is both an analgesic and an anti-inflammatory, alongside displaying muscle-relaxing traits that make themselves quickly evident after a few tokes. As such, she’s a choice strain for the treatment and management of physical conditions such as arthritis, glaucoma, headaches, migraines, fibromyalgia and PMS.

The gentler Sativa side of this weed can also be therapeutic and function as an antidepressant and anxiolytic. Bestowing an uplifted and more positive mental state, patients struggling with psychological issues such as stress, anxiety disorders, depression and PTSD can find solace in this herb.

As with many strains, Yumbolt is sure to induce a strong case of the munchies, and these hunger pangs can be of benefit to those struggling with nausea or lack of appetite from eating disorders or as a side effect of chemotherapy.

In addition, the sedating effects of this herb can be ideal for treating patients suffering from insomnia, as the deep body-stone is sure to lull you down into slumber in no time.

Growing Yumbolt Autoflower Seeds

Though historically, Yumbolt Autoflower has been difficult to find both in seed form and when dried and cured, that's just about the only difficult part. Boasting strong landrace genetics, she’s a breeze to cultivate and made all the simpler with autoflowering seeds to add to her inherent sturdiness.

Growing to form a large central cola laden with dense, cone-shaped nugs, this herb's fiery pistils draw the eye in a blaze of fall colors even before she develops her thick and sticky layer of resin. Taking only 9 to 10 weeks to mature from seedling to harvest-ready, these beauties quickly reward you with the fruits of your labor.

Though both of Yumbolt’s parents are indigenous outdoor strains, this plant prefers the indoors, where her environment can be better controlled.

Since she’s autoflowering, her reduced lifespan and fast growth don’t allow recovery time for any injury or disease, so it’s best to avoid any such troubles occurring in the first place. Plus, she requires around 18 to 20 hours of light for her buds to really thrive, which is easier indoors.

Yumbolt Auto will grow well whether you choose hydroponics for explosive growth, or organic soil to boost her terps (terpenes) and flavor profile. Either way, she works well in a Sea of Green (SOG) setup with four or more plants, which can boost her harvest side up to around 1.15 ounces per square foot.

If you’re determined to grow this beauty outdoors, then consider the climate in your area. This ganja needs constant sunshine and generally warm and dry conditions to flourish, so somewhere with a Mediterranean-esque environment is ideal.

Outdoors, it’s best to grow Yumbolt in batches for multiple harvests, though she can’t be reaped after October in the northern hemisphere, as frosts can damage the crops. Alfresco, she’ll likely produce around 1.75 ounces of nugs per plant.


Fully deserving of her reputation, the rarity of Yumbolt Autoflower has only added to her allure over the years - and she was pretty damn enticing to start with. Fragrant with aromatic tropical pine notes, this smoke slips gently into the lungs to hit hard with a soaring cerebral effect that’s fast followed by an Indica-driven body-stone that’s arguably one of the best around.

This herb's medicinal value really an’t be overstated, as her 24% THC and physical effects make for a potent combination for relieving pain and mental troubles.

Lucky for those seeking a quality MMJ, she’s not too difficult to grow once you’ve got hold of her, but we’d still recommend an intermediate level of experience to ensure she comes to no harm. Indoor growers will find she really flourishes as she shoots up to display her vivid colors and sparkling trichomes that scream of her potency.

More Information
Strain IconsAutoflower
SexFeminized Autoflower
VarietyIndica / Sativa
Harvest MonthAll Year
Flowering TypeAutoflowering
Flowering Time8-10 Weeks
Plant HeightMedium
THC ContentVery High (over 20%)
CBD ContentLow (0-1%)
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