Alien Sour Apple Strain Review
Alien Sour Apple is a sativa-dominant hybrid strain that has spawned from the marriage of Alien Dawg and Sour Apple. Unlike its name, Alien Sour Apple has a dominant sweet taste and flavor but at the same time has a sour aftertaste. This has a heady effect but with a dose of euphoric energy and euphoria. Franchise Genetics have made this both a recreational strain as well as a therapeutic remedy.
Type: Balanced hybrid, 50% sativa/ 50% indica
Flowering Period: 8 to 9 weeks
Climate: Sunny and temperate outdoor climate, no frost
Yield: 14 ounces/m2 indoors, 16 ounces/m2 outdoors
Flavors: Citrus, berry, chemical, fruity, sweet and peppery
THC Level: 20% to 28%
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the effects of Alien Sour Apple?
Alien Sour Apple will invigorate you in more ways than one. It will play with your creativity and will motivate you so you can work on projects. It has a satisfying effect that will make you feel euphoric, uplifted and energetic. This strain is a good daytime strain because it can make you creative, focused and positive. As these effects wear off, you will become relaxed and ultimately sleepy.
What are the medical benefits of Alien Sour Apple?
Alien Sour Apple will help you cope with depression and stress. It will also help you deal with insomnia as its effects end with pleasurable sleep. This can also fight fatigue and pain which is better than using medications which cause harmful side effects.
What are the negative effects that you can expect from Alien Sour Apple?
Sour apple can give you dry mouth and dry eyes. These are very common effects of strains with very high THC levels. You will also feel dizzy, paranoid and anxious especially when this is your first time to use this strain.
Tips for Growing Alien Sour Apple
Alien Sour Apple is easy to grow and in fact, it can thrive outdoors or indoors without worries. It is very resistant to molds, common garden pests and plant diseases. Give your plants balanced, organic plant food. Always water when the soil is dry. Train your plants early so you can shape them and to prepare them for a good harvest.