Ewok

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Ewok Qualities and Characteristics

Mental Aid
Add/adhd, Anxiety disorder, Depression, Mood disorder, Stress
Physical Aid
Anorexia, Appetite stimulant, Arthritis, Asthma, Cachexia, Cramps, Gastrointestinal disorder, Headache, Inflammation, Nausea, Pain relief, Sleep disorder, Spasticity
Family
Afghani/Kush, Skunk, Chemdawg
Variety
Hybrid indica dominant
Type of High
Appetite-stimulating, Calm, Creative, Energizing, Euphoric, Focused, Giggly, Relaxing, Sedating
Color
Green
Flavor
Citrus, Earthy, Fuel, Mint, Nutty
Scent
Earthy, Grapefruit, Lemon, Tangerine
Side Effects
Dry eyes, Dry mouth

If you love Albert Walker, the elusive and highly-prized clone-only indica, you should give Ewok a try. Chances are good you will also enjoy Alien Genetics rework of AW created by crossing their own Tahoe Alien male with the Albert Walker female. A 2013 first place winner of the Hybrid Cup at the Seattle Cannabis Cup competition, Ewok delivers well rounded medicinal effects for both mind and body. Great for anxiety and stress, users claim it's nearly impossible to be in a bad mood when Ewok is around. A mix of uplifting earthy citrus and fuel scents, Ewok’s effect is both energizing and calming. Overall sedation comes on as the high wears off so it may be wise to try it at the end of your day.

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  • Indoor flowering time: 56-63 days - Alien Genetics
  • Outdoor yield: Up to 400 g/plant

Genetics: Albert Walker female x Tahoe Alien male. Flowering time: 56-63 days. Indica/Sativa: 60/40. Yield: Monstrous. Location: indoor, outdoor.

http://en.seedfinder.eu/strain-info/EWOK/Alien_Genetics/

A good strain for moderately experienced growers, this hybrid needs between eight and nine weeks to mature. Ewok can produce a decent yield of 100 to 300 grams per plant when grown inside. Outdoors, Ewok can surpass 180 centimeters in height and yield around 400 grams per plant.

http://www.wikileaf.com/strain/ewok/

These ladies are perfect for the intermediate cultivator. With an incredibly short vegetative cycle, these fast-growing ladies are ready to begin flowering after only 30 days of vegging. The THC encrusted yield is absolutely incredible, considering the short duration of its total growth cycle. In even the most rudimentary indoor grow room, the Ewok genetics are known for producing up to a quarter pound of KGB, from a simple 5 gallon pot. The more sophisticated your set up, the greater the yield. With some of the more experience cultivators netting approximately 3/4 of a pound per plant. For the outdoor cultivator the Ewok name is a bit deceptive. Her genetics go far above her Star Wars characters stature, while the Ewok’s were only about 4 feet in the movie; in real life, outdoors – with proper nutrition she can grow upwards of 6 feet tall, producing well over a half pound of chronic.

http://www.marijuana.com/blog/news/2013/09/ewok-marijuana-strain-review-and-photos/

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Additional Information

The Albert Walker female in this strain is a tightly held cut from the pacific northwest... not much is known of her genetic makeup except that she is from Afghani lineage, possibly Afghani Skunk lineage. Albert Walker was made popular in the 80's and 90's and continues to be a rare favorite to this day. A massive yielder... this girl does not disappoint. She is one of the funkiest, loudest smelling plants I have ever encountered. You can have 15 jars open in a room, and as soon as you crack the Walker, it overpowers everything else in the aroma department. The Walker tastes exactly like she smells... delicious... over-ripe tangerines, lemon zest, rotting oranges, musty basement funk, mothballs, fuel, and balance of all flavors together on the exhale. About as complex as flavor gets. This plant is grown best focusing all energy on the tops... she likes to dedicate her energy there. Also to be noted are the anxiety-relieving and mood-enhancing properties that go along with the Albert Walker. The Walker is fantastic for anxiety management and relief, and is also a serious mood enhancer. We're always in a great mood when enjoying the AW... it's impossible not to be. Now that she's been dusted with the Tahoe Alien pollen to make the EWOK, expect tighter nugs with more weight and a step up in potency with the addition of Tahoe OG/Alien Kush. This hybrid to was bred to hold onto its huge yield potential, while introducing some OG & Alien funk/potency to an old proven favorite.

http://en.seedfinder.eu/strain-info/EWOK/Alien_Genetics/

Ewok is an Indica-dominant hybrid. It is short and furry with red hairs and smells like a mixture of tangerines and Kush. Flavor-wise, it is a combination of citrus, Kush, diesel, mint, nuts, and hash. Ewok is likely the child of clone-only Albert Walker, probably a cross of Afghanistan Indica and Skunk #1, and the almost entirely Indica Tahoe Alien. Tahoe Alien's lineage includes two of Alien Genetics' other strains, Tahoe OG Kush and Alien Kush.

http://www.wikileaf.com/strain/ewok/

A cross between Tahoe Alien and Albert Walker, Ewok won the Hybrid of the year at the Seattle High Times Cannabis Cup in 2013. It is a fast-growing plant that is bred by Alien Genetics and comprises of a short vegetative cycle. However, it yields large harvests of buds covered in frost that are as hairy as the Star Wars Woks. Essentially, it is an Indica dominant hybrid.

https://www.allbud.com/marijuana-strains/indica-dominant-80/ewok

Awards    1

2013  

1st High Times Medical Cannabis Cup Seattle (Hybrid Cup)