Albert Walker is a predominantly indica hybrid with unknown origins, yet is thought to have descended from Afghan Skunk
and bred in the Pacific Northwest. Evidence of its lineage is noticed in its sour lemon and skunky smell and heavy full-body effects that can last for a couple of hours. Albert Walker's euphoric and soothing qualities make it a go-to strain for users treating depression
anxiety, and might also have advantages for chronic pain
and appetite loss. This clone-only strain may come as a challenge for some growers because the flowers tend to require frequent attention and upkeep. Nevertheless, the high harvests following its 8-week growing cycle would be imagined a satisfactory reward.
When smoked or converted into an edible form, the flavor of the Albert Walker strain is best described as Pungent, Skunk, and Flowery.
Albert Walker Strain Medicinal Benefits and Side Effects
99.75% of users reported feeling relaxed.
98.02% of users reported feeling happier.
86.7% of users reported feeling uplifted.
85.39% of users reported feeling focused.
Lack of Appetite
23.08% indicated a decrease in appetite.
95.92% of users reported feelings of happiness.
99.49% of users felt uplifted after consumption.
96.39% of users reported reduced stress.
35.53% of users reported a dry mouth.
34.61% of users reported dry eyes.
22.53% of users reported fewer muscle spasms.
23.79% of users reported trouble sleeping.
33.28% of users reported feeling dizziness.
99.71% of users reported headaches.
How to Breed Albert Walker Seeds
Below you can find a list of strains that are parents and predecessors which led to the medicinal effects and properties of the Albert Walker cannabis strain. It was through the breeding of these strains which led to the production of Albert Walker marijuana seeds, while attempting to cultivate their combined effects and therapeutic properties. To breed your own Albert Walker seeds, you would need to cultivate a mixture of the following strains:
Ancestry and DNA - Children of the Albert Walker Strain
Below you can find a list of strains which were bred from Albert Walker in an attempt to leverge it's medicinal properties and growing attributes.