Albert Walker

Key cannabinoids:
THC (%)
CBD (%)
Dominant Plant:
Hybrid
Terpenes:
Herbal 45 %
Peppery 35 %
Pine 20 %

About Albert Walker

Albert Walker has no authentic genetics. However, it is guessed that it came from Afghan Skunk and was bred in some areas of Pacific Northwest. It became popular in the 1980s and 1990s. It has the lemon-sour taste and skunk smells similar to Afghan Skunk. Its effects last on full-body for many hours. It causes a heatwave in the user's body which is followed by sweating and surge of euphoric energy. That's why it is used to get rid of stress, fatigue, and anxiety. It can also be useful for patients with appetite loss and chronic pain. It has a relatively small flowering cycle i.e. 8 weeks.

Medical Profile
May help with the following conditions:

This information is based on consumer reviews sourced from dispensaries and other online sources. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Seek the advice of a health professional before using cannabis for a medical condition.
Physiological
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Neurological
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Effects & Sensations

Stimulation Level
14%
Positives
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Negatives
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Flavors & Scents
Earthy Orange Pine Pungent