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We’re Like Aliens on Moonshine

The weed we’d bring on our travels throughout the galaxy.

A great companion for helping you explore this silly thing called the human experience, Aliens on Moonshine is a strong indica-dominant strain with a large fan following. It brings a deep body high, introspection and personal adventure.

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Info to Know: Moonshine may be illicitly created, dangerous home-brewed liquor, but it’s also a way to describe foolish rhetoric or far-fetched, out-of-this-world ideas.

Type: Aliens on Moonshine, Indica-Dominant (80% Indica, 20% Sativa)

THC Content: 16.7 percent total THC

Rating: 4.9 out of 5.

Grower: Voodoo Cannabis Conjury

Nugs: Large, dark forest green, fluffy and kind of blue

Odor: Sweet and satisfying mango + jam, with a hint of spicy pepper. Slightly blueberry

Taste: Spicy, sour and citrus-y. Pine tree hints and a cheesy finish

High: Deep body high, strong creativity and couchlock

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Aliens on Moonshine

A strong strain with powerful sedative effects, Aliens on Moonshine is a perfect weed for late in the evening, or on the weekends when you just want to relax. It’s highly sought after in the medical weed community, since it’s also said to have valuable pain relief qualities.

The smoke is soft and round on the inhale, like biting into a peach, but the flavor is powerful, sour and citrus-y, like mandarin oranges. It’s piney and cheesy as you hold it in your lungs, and the high is immediate.

Once you’re fully immersed in the experience, you feel as if you’ve sprouted wings and began to fly through the universe. It provides a strong body high and a heavy couchlock experience. It’s perfect for zoning out and watching Planet Earth – since you’re an alien, after all.

If you like powerful strains that’ll expand your universe, be sure to also check out:

Blackberry Kush

Primus

Jesus (AKA Anubis)

Dutch Treat

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