Alice in Wonderland

Known for its cerebral and sensory effects, Alice in Wonderland is indeed like visiting Wonderland after just one hit. It is known to be a descendant of the popular Willy’s Wonder and is used for creative and focused activities. This is a daytime stress-relief strain which offers more therapeutic uses.

Type: Sativa-dominant

Flowering Period: 10 weeks

Climate: Moderate, warm climate

Yield: Moderate

Flavors: Earthy, strawberry, and grape

THC Level: 17% to 20%

Height: Small

Growing Difficulty: Moderate to difficult

What are the effects of Alice in Wonderland?

This is your dream recreational strain. Alice in Wonderland will churn your creative mind and make you feel focused and determined to finish your tasks at hand. It will make you feel happy, uplifted and even singing as you go about your work. But as the effect wears off, there is that overwhelming feeling of relaxation followed by peaceful sleep.

What are the medical benefits of Alice in Wonderland?

You will forget all your worries and painful thoughts, at least for a while, when you use Alice in Wonderland. You will be able to curb feelings of depression, anxiety, stress, and fatigue when you use this regularly. It can also be used to counter insomnia and sleeplessness.

What are the negative effects that you can expect from Alice in Wonderland?

This sativa-dominant strain will make your mouth and eyes dry. First-time users experience paranoia, anxiety, and dizziness. These untoward effects will all be reduced when you use this regularly.

Tips for Growing Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland’s genetics is partially unknown making it difficult to cultivate your own. Seeds of this strain are hard to find and therefore cloning is the best option to cultivate it. Growing this strain indoors is the best way to keep an eye on this strain. Being a sativa –dominant strain, you must give this plant plenty of room to grow. Give it ample amounts of light and nourish it with organic nutrients. Keep your indoor growing area well ventilated to avoid mold growth and pests. Trim large leaves at the bottom to improve circulation and start pruning early.