Aside from its cerebral high, Alchemy is known for its beautiful lavender-tipped buds. This strain is half sativa and half indica which means it has both the strong qualities of its parents the Chemdawg and Querkle. Alchemy is also known for its distinct aroma which resembles sour grapes with an earthy musk.
Type: Hybrid, 50% sativa/ 50% indica
Flowering Period: 7 to 9 weeks
Yield: 1 to 3 ounces / ft. 2
Flavors: Honey, sweet and earthy
THC Level: 21.46%
Height: Moderate height
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the effects of Alchemy?
Alchemy gives you a balance of indica and sativa effects. You will start with an overwhelming feeling of euphoria and pure happiness. You will feel creative and inspired making this a perfect daytime strain. As the effects of this strain wears off, you will feel relaxed and at the same time hungry. You will find yourself raiding your fridge and feeling relaxed and sleepy at the end of the day.
What are the medical benefits of Alchemy?
Because of its good effects, Alchemy can reduce stress and depression. You don’t need to take medications that will only have dangerous effects to deal with these conditions. Alchemy can also treat pain, headaches and muscle spasms.
What are the negative effects that you can expect from Alchemy?
Alchemy will give you dry eyes and dry mouth. You will also feel dizzy if you are new to using this strain. All these side effects will eventually wear off in time.
Tips for Growing Alchemy
Alchemy is an indoor, outdoor and greenhouse type strain. But if you wish to get more yields then indoor growing is recommended. Expert growers recommend topping this strain early to shape the plant early and to eventually grow more colas and improve your harvest. You can use bamboo pegs or a cage to support the plant as it grows.
Alchemy tends to grow and stretch up to two times its height. Provide good lighting by using high-intensity lighting. Provide organic plant food and prune when necessary to improve circulation. Because this plant stretches provide enough space to accommodate it as it grows.