However, one notable difference is that the psychoactive properties produce a more prominent cerebral high, as well as intense bodily relaxation. Furthermore, these effects may persist up to six hours, making it one of the world’s longest-lasting cultivars.
Its capacity to put one at rest should appeal to a wide range of recreational users. On paper, a THC level of 23 percent looks to be typical by today’s standards.
It’s nearly impossible to tell the difference between the more well-known Afghani landraces and Alien Technology based on aroma. Both have the same earthy, woodsy aroma with a herbal character and a spicy undertone. It has a strong stench, which necessitates the installation of an odor-control filter in the indoor grow room.