About Purple Alien
The breeders of Purple Alien are unknown, but they crossed Alien Kush and Tahoe OG to create a hybrid strain balanced between Sativa and Indica. The parents lean heavily towards Indica, as evidenced by its growing structure. Flavors of sweet earth come through for this strain’s users, which give you some giggles before bed, along with a feeling of physical relaxation.
Purple Alien can be grown inside or outside by growers of any experience level, yielding high amounts of usable bud just after 8 weeks of growing. It’s easy growing for users with low experience since the plant is short and bushy in stature. Those with a low amount of available growing space love this strain because of this space-efficient growing pattern. The buds grow into frosty cones, thick and dark green with beautiful, wide purple leaves.
GROWING TIPS: Though novice users can grow Purple Alien without much issue, a few tips and tricks can help you maximize its yield. Firstly, the buds tend to get big, dense, and stacked, so it helps to stake the plants and support them as well as top them off to promote new foliage. Additionally, hydroponic or soil growing mediums provide a good foundation. Purple Alien needs more nutrients than the average strain so this can be especially beneficial.
This strain’s THC hangs around the low 20s on average and provides a bit of pain-fighting stress relief for novice users. The strain can be used to treat chronic pain, migraines, muscle spasms, fatigue, and even inflammation. When you smoke Purple Alien, you receive clear-headed cerebral effects as well as a tingling buzz that makes you feel happy and giggly. The energizing nature of the strain allows you to repair the stresses of your long workday, treat mood disorders, and even reduce simple, everyday irritability.
Throughout California, Michigan, and Oregon, Purple Alien has been floating around giving people intense couchlock at the cost of some dry mouth and eyes. You can fight through it with the lively flavor of the strain, which is sweet, earthy, and tart. The terpenes create a taste of pine with floral undertones that give the strain the feeling of the outdoors.
That lovely, herbal taste gives the strain the ability to help you recover from stomach issues. For all-around malaise, particularly for those who find themselves stressed in the evenings, getting abducted by Purple Alien may do the trick.
This weed make me feel relax & creative his effects be little stronger but you be able to stay awake , the taste is good & the during time it's ok.