Sorcerer

Sorcerer Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
18 to 20%
Yield
Medium
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
68 to 70 Days
Climate
Indoor / Outdoor
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Medium 
Flavors
Lemon, Rubber, Fruity, Sweet, Gas

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Sorcerer Marijuana Seeds Information

Sorcerer is an indica dominant strain from Third Eye Genetics. It is among the most potent multicrossed strains that will give you an unforgettable experience.

 What are the Flavors and Effects of Sorcerer?

The flavors of this cannabis strain are Lemon, Rubber, Fruity, Sweet and Gas. These flavors are accompanied by a pungent smell along with a hint of gas. This unique blend of flavors creates an amazing, out of this world experience.

It makes the user feel relaxed and clear-headed. This cerebral, euphoric high lasts long and may inspire creativity. At the same time, the overwhelming relaxing effects can lead to sleepiness and if you are a beginner, you may end up in a couch-lock if you are unprepared.

What are the Medical Benefits of Sorcerer?

This strain is perfect for relieving stress, anxiety, and depression. The relaxing effects of this strain never fail to deliver a mind clearing high.  This relaxation also extends from the mind to the body too, which can help with mild body pains.

Those who suffer from insomnia may find comfort in this strain as it can help them fall asleep. Lastly, it can also help those who struggle from lack of motivation. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Sorcerer

This strain may cause dry eyes, mouth and throat similar to other, common cannabis strains. This strain can be quite potent and beginner smokers may be unable to handle its potency even if consumed at average dosage levels – this could lead to a mild, psychedelic experience.

When this happens, paranoia may occur as well as dizziness. The couch-lock effect can also be counted as a negative.

How to Grow Sorcerer? 

This strain requires proper tending just as much as other plants out there. As a multicross hybrid, it can either be too dependent or totally independent when it comes to growth. Maintain at warm or cool temperate climate.

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