Typical Effects

  • Happy
  • Relaxed

Time of Day

  • Afternoon

Common Usage

  • Depression
  • Pain
  • Stress


  • Limonene Terpene
  • Myrcene Terpene
  • Terpineol


  • Diesel
  • Lemon
  • Pungent


  • Dizzy
  • Dry-Eyes
    Dry Eyes
  • Dry-Mouth
    Dry Mouth

About Sour Alien

What Type Of Strain Is Sour Alien?

Sour Alien as an Sativa Dominant Hybrid strain, meaning that it gets its parentage from both Sativa and Indica, but has a higher percentage of Sativa.

Which Strains Were Used To Make Sour Alien?

The strain’s parents are Sour Diesel, and Alien Kush.

What Time Of Day Should I Take Sour Alien?

Users can enjoy it at any time throughout the day, but most users report preferring to consume it in the afternoon, as its effects can be stimulating and give users a sense of happiness and gentle relaxation.

What Is Sour Alien’s THC Content?

It has a medium THC percentage of about 18%, give or take. However, we caution against judging the efficacy of a strain purely off of THC content, when Terpene Profiles should also be taken into account.

Which Strains Make-Up Sour Alien’s Terpene Profile?

The majority of the strains terpene profile is made up of a combination of Limonene, Myrcene, and Terpineol, which gives it its pungent lemon and diesel smell and taste.

Does It Have Any Side Effects?

It can, just like most strains. However, any side effects are usually quite mild. In this case, some users have reported dizziness, dry eyes, and dry mouth.

Can It Be Used Medicinally?

Yes, the strain has been reported to be beneficial for multiple maladies, including: depression, pain, and stress. However, be sure to speak with your GP and budtender before making changes to your health regimen.

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