The indica-dominant hybrid named Albert Walker is a cannabis strain that derives its name from an unknown source. Its scent and taste are of a potent lemon and skunk combination.
When ready for harvest, its buds are cone-shaped, light and airy, have long amber pistils and a sandy layer of tri- chromes.
THC levels range anywhere between 15-19% depending on crop and growing conditions. Its high will relax the body and bring on sleepiness, so consuming towards the evenings or at night is suggested. Albert Walker will also increase creativity and lift the spirits, so performing creative tasks can become seemingly more fun. It’s been known to help with insomnia, stress, pain, and headaches for some reviewers. Expect the munchies!
Besides dry mouth and eyes, negative side-effects include headache, dizziness, and paranoia when consuming in higher doses.
It takes about eight weeks for Albert Walker to fully flower, being clone-only, and being a difficult strain to sustain as it requires frequent care/upkeep.
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Parent strains of Albert Walker are currently unknown, but it’s believed to have genetics stemming from
the indica Afghan Skunk.