Alpha Cow

Alpha Cow Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
19% to 21%
350 to 450 grams per square meter
Flowering Period
10 to 12 weeks
Tropic and Humid climate 
Growing Difficulty
Berry, Blueberry, Sweet, Toffee, and Earthy

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Alpha Cow Marijuana Seeds Information

Alpha Cow is a sativa-dominant strain that carries the genetics from Alpha Blue and Purple Cow. Its fragrance is a peculiar blend of overripe blueberries and sugary toffee, while its aftertaste emphasizes its creamy berry flavors.

Some sativas favor to bring on racing thoughts, but this strain provides a calming buzz with soft cerebral sensations that keep you uplifted and positive.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Alpha Cow?

Like its scent, a variety of berries floods the palate at the first puff of Alpha Cow. Blueberries, onward with sweet toffee, stress the flavor when savored. However, on the exhale, an earthy aftertaste lingers in the palate. Alpha Cow can bring you to a happy and relax state, an excellent cannabis for any time of the day.

What are the Medical Benefits of Alpha Cow?

Alpha Cow was built with a recreational goal in mind. The strain contains a significant therapeutic value for the combined effects of its cannabinoids and high THC level. Alpha Cow is perfect for handling muscle spasms, cramps, joint pains, and even headaches.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Alpha Cow?

The symptoms usually range from temporary dizziness or a light headache, and a subtle bout of stress. At times, the increased awareness can lead to a feeling of fright. Apart from one’s mood before the high, another factor that gives to such effects is abusing the strain.

How to Grow Alpha Cow?

There are two major parts to consider when growing Alpha Cow location and climate. It is common for sativa-dominant strains to usually prefer sunny weather, consistent sunshine, and long days of tropical countries. In such conditions, it flowers fast and gives a high yield.

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