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About this Sativa Strain
Alaska is a sativa dominant cannabis strain great for daytime use because of its uplifting, energizing effects. Lineage is unknown although it comes from the Tikum Olam in Israel. THC levels are extremely high in Alaska, ranging between 20-29%. The high hits fast, along with an uplifting euphoria. Expect to get a lot of work done with a clear-headed focus. Alaska is often used to treat inflammation, pain, nausea.
Frequently Asked Questions About Alaska
- What is Alaska?
Alaska is a rare and exotic sativa dominant hybrid.
- Where does Alaska come from?
Alaska has an unknown parent lineage.
- What does Alaska smell like?
Alaska has a dank skunky aroma that is earthy and floral. It has notes that are herbal and spicy.
- What does Alaska taste like?
Alaska has a dank and herbal taste. It has flavors of skunk as well as pine-wood that make it a bit spicy.
- What color does Alaska have?
Alaska has bright green buds that are dense and chunky. It has a few orange pistils but has a serious dusting of yellowish trichomes that make the buds appear dirty.
- What effects does Alaska have?
Fans of Alaska has said they love it for its hard-hitting effects that are powerful. They do warn that over-consuming this strain can have common negative effects associated with a sativa like anxiety and paranoi so consumer with caution. Consumers describe Alaska as an energizing strain that makes their mind and body buzz. Many feel a rush of euphoria as they want to be more social and talkative.
- Is Alaska an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Alaska is a sativa dominant hybrid.