Alien Dutchess Marijuana Seeds Information
Just as its name sounds, this hybrid is also known as “Dutchess”. this strain cannabis is famous among cannabis lovers in Spain. Its buds have a spade-like structure with loose and spiral leaves. With very unique scintillating aromas of hashy and dank, it is a sativa dominant hybrid.
The parentage of this marijuana is unknown as it will leave you with the effects which are similar to that of sativa. With buds having bright hues of yellow, mossy green and red with crystalline white trichomes. With a very unique property of anthocyanin pigment which usually is activated during the winter season while growing.
What are the Flavor and Effects of the Alien Dutchess?
A good creative mind and concentration improver, a hit from this hybrid will leave you with enough strength, energy and mood enhancer to get the day started. No matter the type of bodily illness you might have this hybrid will help you. Expect euphoric and uplifting effect just a few minutes after using this marijuana which will last several hours and It has diesel-like berry and pepper flavour.
What are the Medical Benefits of the Alien Dutchess?
Post-chemotherapy-related illness like vomiting and nausea are treated with this hybrid strain. However, its medicinal efficacy is also seen in patients suffering from insomnia, depression, and bipolar using it to cure their illness. It also has great medicinal effects, which will help to combat attention deficit disorders, depression, anxiety, and chronic pain.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Alien Dutchess
The negative effects which this hybrid will leave you with are sleeplessness, headache, and dry-itchy eyes. Be cautioned that increased usage of this hybrid will cause dry mouth and mild to severe paralysis.
How to Grow the Alien Dutchess?
The flowering of this hybrid starts from 7 to 9 weeks with an expected large yield. Be informed that the growing process of this is difficult. If grown indoors, this produces a large yield and it takes up to 10 days before germinating. Water may be applied depending on the type of soil used. Good weather, enough lighting, and fertilizer might help to enable large yield.