The cured nuggets of Cherry Alien Dawg mimic miniature blue spruce pine trees. Their flowers are covered in shades of blue with burnt orange pistils and a thick layer of trichomes.
This sativa-dominant strain has debatable genetics. Some suggest it to be a cross between Chemdawg and Alien Technology strains while others suggest it’s merely a phenotype of Chemdawg itself. On average, its THC levels fall within the low to mid-20’s and its CBD level sometimes falls at or just above 1%.
Consumers have described Cherry Alien Dawg as a good choice for true sativa lovers. Reviewers have said they’ve enjoyed a boost in energy and an increase in focus that has lead to a deep sense of creativity or motivation, when they’ve tried this strain. Some have said they’ve used it to help reduce symptoms for anxiety, depression, headaches, and nausea.
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