Alien Walker Strain Review

Alien Walker is a prize-winning strain from Alien Genetics. Winner of the 2013 Seattle High Times Cannabis Cup, Alien Walker was made by crossing Albert Walker and Tahoe Alien. The result is a fast-growing plant with a very short vegging phase. This strain has large, delicious frost-covered buds with a pungent and fruity aroma. Alien Walker has very powerful cerebral effects that will make you feel relaxed and calm.

Type: Hybrid

Flowering Period: 7 to 9 weeks

Climate: Moderate

Yield: Moderate

Flavors: Lemony, diesel and earthy

THC Level: 18% to 20%

Height: Tall

Growing Difficulty: Moderate to difficult

What are the effects of Alien Walker?

Alien Walker will grab your senses and won’t let go until you are calm. You start with a euphoric high which will drive you to become creative, genuinely happy and uplifted. As the effects start to settle, you will feel relaxed and at peace. As Alien Walker effects start to subside, you will feel sleepy.

What are the medical benefits of Alien Walker?

Feeling stressed out and tired? Alien Walker will reduce anxiety and stress plus give you the energy to pull through. It will fight fatigue and cure depression. It can also be useful in the treatment of insomnia and can curb depression.

What are the negative effects that you can expect from Alien Walker?

Like most cannabis strains, Alien Walker can cause dry mouth. This can also cause dry eyes but not as worse as having cotton mouth. If you are new to using this strain, you might encounter headaches, dizziness, and anxiety which will all be reduced as you use this on a regular basis.

Tips for Growing Alien Walker

Alien Walker grow very fast because it has a short vegetative stage. Whether you are growing this strain indoors or outdoors, you need to give it a lot of space to grow and spread out. Train it early to stay in good shape and to increase yields come harvest time. When feeding Alien Walker plants, give natural and organic fertilizer or nutrients to support its growth especially during the vegetative stage.