A beautiful flower, this bud will capture you quickly with its delicious fruity-hints-of-mouth-watering-cherry taste, and a fast high. A delightful bud this is likely to be one you remember because you forgot. That is, you fell asleep. A very chilled strain, the taste is heavenly and will still make you want more.
Dreamy, calm, inviting and cerebral, Alien Blues produces a quick euphoric high, likely to make you want to sit down to fully enjoy the effects.
As the buzz of this flower is so relaxing it is perfect for nighttime use, leaving you with sweet intoxication and happy dreams. You will notice with this flower that you sleep longer than usual yet the peacefulness and comfort that accompany this will leave you rested and serene upon awakening to a delightful new day.
The yields of this plant are incredibly large which is excellent, and also especially good for making hashish.
The plant produces very high yields and you can expect medium to tall plants.
Although the bloom cycle produces such a high yield, it is not considered an easy plant to grow.
The smell of the buds is delicious and you are likely to notice this early on with the buds seeming to glow with a blue white light.
The outdoor harvest time in the Northern Hemisphere is from September to the end of October.
This is a photoperiod strain not an auto flowering plant.
There is no specific test data available for this strain. When available this will be added to the graphic below.
The effects are euphoric, intoxicating and relaxing. Users report third eye stimulation, also described as a dreamy state while being fully conscious and aware. An absolutely delightful high is most likely.
There is no doubt that the incredible uniqueness of this flower is likely to be remembered for its fruity and altogether mesmerizing heavenly taste. Perhaps even better closing your eyes. Perfect for relaxation, the time when nighttime turns to dreamtime.
Common medical uses of Alien Blues include for the relief of pain, stress, anxiety, insomnia and muscle spasms and is commonly used for its relaxation properties.
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