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About this Hybrid Strain
When you take a look at the cured nuggets of Alaskan Ice, you’ll see that it was named appropriately. These buds are covered in a thick layer of trichomes that shimmer like ice and give them a whitened appearance. Scent-wise, Alaskan Ice smells of wood and spices with damp earthen overtones.
Alaskan Ice is the result of crossing White Widow with Haze, making it a sativa-leaning hybrid. Some consumers say this strain has had the effect of making them energized and happy. It has also helped in relieving social anxiety. Some have used Alaskan Ice to enjoy company and conversation while others pursued more spiritual endeavors such as meditation or yoga.
THC levels average in the high teens and low 20’s. Some batches have had a higher-than-average CBD count as well.
Frequently Asked Questions About Alaskan Ice
- What is Alaskan Ice?
Alaskan Ice is a rare sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain.
- Where does Alaskan Ice come from?
Alaskan Ice is a cross of White Widow and Haze.
- What does Alaskan Ice smell like?
Alaskan Ice has a pungent aroma that combines earthy and pine notes with hints of sweetness and citrus.
- What does Alaskan Ice taste like?
Alaskan Ice has a smooth and herbal taste with undertones of pine and a subtle citrus zest. The flavor profile is often described as crisp and refreshing.
- What color does Alaskan Ice have?
Alaskan Ice buds showcase a vibrant green and frosty appearance. The flowers are fluffy, dense, and coated in a generous layer of white trichomes.
- What effects does Alaskan Ice have?
Reviewers of Alaskan Ice enjoy it for it long-lasting effects that start with a cerebral rush of energy that promotes creativity, focus, and mental clarity. They say Alaskan Ice can be an excellent choice for daytime use or when seeking an extra boost of energy and mental stimulation.
- Is Alaskan Ice an Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid?
Alaskan Ice is classified as a sativa-dominant hybrid strain.