Alaska Strain Review
Alaska is a strain that has originated from Israel. Developed by Tikun Olam, this is composed of 70% sativa. It has overwhelming effects making it a good strain to use during the daytime. Alaska also has a number of medical effects including treatment for pain, nausea and gastrointestinal conditions.
Type: Sativa dominant hybrid – 70% sativa
Flowering Period: 8 to 10 weeks
Climate: Mediterranean climate
Yield: up to 12 ounces
Flavors: Earthy, pine and sweet
THC Level: 25% to 29%
Growing Difficulty: Moderate to difficult
What are the effects of Alaska?
Alaska is a good daytime strain. It can make you feel energetic and creative you will be able to start and complete projects right away. It will make you feel happy to the point of giggling. It will also make you feel aroused. With all these positive effects, Alaska will be able to curb depression and stress.
What are the medical benefits of Alaska?
Alaska is a strain recommended to fight depression and stress. It is also useful for curbing pain and fatigue. It is a good strain for people suffering from anorexia and lack of appetite. It is a natural treatment that will not leave a headache or other side effects after use.
What are the negative effects that you can expect from Alaska?
Alaska can give you a dry mouth or cotton mouth and dry eyes. It will make you feel dizzy afterward but you will quickly recover from its effects. If this is your first time to use Alaska, you will feel paranoid and anxious. You will eventually get used to Alaska’s effects and enjoy its good effects without suffering from any negatives.
Tips for Growing Alaska Dream
Alaska is not readily available therefore the best way to grow it is to cultivate clones. This should be grown indoors so you can monitor its development, especially during the growing stage. The plant should receive a lot of light and good food to grow well. To produce more yields, it should be grown under 1000 watts of light. As with all sativa plants, this needs a lot of space. Pruning should be done regularly. Remove large fan leaves to improve air circulation.