East Coast Alien
About East Coast Alien
An intense array of flavors and beautiful effects are this sativa-dominant bud’s claim to fame. East Coast Alien may have come to this planet from unknown breeders, but her roots are deep within her parentage of Alien OG and East Coast Sour Diesel. At the end of a long day, there’s nothing you’ll want to do more than sail high above the galaxy with this stellar bud.
Ideal for users of all experience levels, East Coast Alien brings a gentle THC average of 18% to your life. Buds are downright pretty with a soft mint green color that mirrors trichomes of the same shade along with fuzzy orange pistils. Although fuel may hit your nose at the onset of your experience, you’ll exhale a smooth mint and forest flavor.
While she is technically stronger on the sativa side of things, East Coast Alien brings a one-two punch of effects in little to no time. Users will notice a strong cerebral lift right off the bat, sending your mood soaring to the heights of euphoria. Creativity tends to peak here, although you’ll be far from having the ability to focus. Just when you think you can’t get any higher, your body will begin to experience head to toe tingles that bring about a state of aroused relaxation. Depending on your tolerance, this bud will put you right to sleep, so make sure to time your use appropriately.
Medical patients who are looking for a new strain to try will likely love what East Coast Alien has to offer. Given that she works to elevate your mood with ease, those who deal with stress and depression are given a huge helping hand. Fatigue is aided, at least until the comedown, and bodily pain including cramps and headaches are also smoothed out after a few tokes. Although she sounds like a cure-all, users should note that her heady effects can aggravate anxiety, so if you are prone to that condition, proceed with caution.
You know how it’s been really difficult to prove whether or not aliens exist? Finding East Coast Alien seeds to grow at home is even more challenging. This strain can be tough to locate on dispensary shelves, and those who want to cultivate her at home may spend their entire lives trying to make that happen. We’re sad to say it, but it’s probably wise to fall in love with a different plant.
Green and exotic, just like her namesake, East Coast Alien is a bud that’s best served on a busy afternoon that you know will lead to a relaxing night. Perhaps weekend adventures make the best times to try her or she becomes your special Friday treat - the choice is yours, but if at all possible, try to grab a friend you really like before lighting up.
I purchased 3 3.5s from a dispensary and to keep it short and sweet it has an amazing nose, very pungent and picklely, but surprisingly OG and trichomey, almost savory on your palette for what seems an eternity after you smoke ECA, you can taste marijuana for ever, the buzz was mild, even though it leans sativa it was a creeper strain, after the buzz was going strong it was yet, still mild, not very heady, but it was euphoric, would love to try some again but from a different grower.