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Alaskan Mist Strain

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Buy Alaskan Mist Seeds at Discount Prices

  • Classification: Sativa-dominant
  • Parents: (Northern Lights #5 Haze) x Kali Mist
  • Growing Environment: Indoor/Outdoor/Greenhouse
  • Flowering Time: 11 – 12 weeks
  • Height: Medium
  • THC Content: 13%
  • CBD Content: 8.4%
  • Medical Uses: Crohn’s disease, depression, asthma, arthritis
  • Breeder: Green House Seed Co.

Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Alaskan Mist is far more suited to the medicinal user than the recreational one. With astronomically high levels of CBD and only moderate levels of THC, Alaskan Mist should be readily available in many dispensaries across the country.

This strain was created with the intended purpose of providing superior medicinal relief to those in desperate need of it. Alaskan Mist has mellow, healing capabilities that are good for inflammation, depression and stomach disorders. The buds are medium in density and size, and have long, pink pistils and an above average number of trichomes. This Alaskan beauty should be experienced by every medical marijuana patient, at least once.

Alaskan Mist can be successfully cultivated indoors, outdoors or in a greenhouse, but will do best in temperatures that don’t drop below 45 degrees, nor rise above 80 degrees. The yield of this strain varies, depending on how it’s cultivated, but in general it’s a good yielder. Outdoor plants can produce up to two pounds per plant, while indoor varieties have been known to produce up to four ounces per plant, when grown in a two-gallon container. Gardeners are advised to limit the nutrient levels to about half of what is recommended from the manufacturer.


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