Soul Diesel

Soul Diesel Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
20 to 22%
18 ounces per square meter (Indoor) / 25 ounces or more per plant (Outdoors)
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
9 to 10 weeks
Prefers warm, dry climate / Indoors & Outdoors
Growing Difficulty
Diesel, Earthy, Sour, Pungent, Lemon, Herbal

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Soul Diesel Marijuana Seeds Information

Soul Diesel is a Sativa dominant strain with a notable diesel aroma and potent positive effects. True to its name, this plant will fuel your soul like diesel and keep you active throughout the high.

What are the Flavors and Effects of Soul Diesel?

The flavors of this cannabis strain are Diesel, Earthy, Sour, Pungent, Lemon, and Herbal. These flavors can be traced back to its parental strains. It creates an energizing effect that doesn’t make you too unsteady. Instead, it helps you stay calm and clear headed.

This invigorating effect makes the user happy as if they have total control over their body because of the clarity inside their mind. It offers an uplifting high that sticks around for a while.

What are the Medical Benefits of Soul Diesel?

This strain can help relieve stress and fatigue. It is good for daytime usage as it takes away your negative emotions while giving your body the energy it needs for your daily activities. As long as the high still lingers, it will temporarily “disable” the pain you feel in your body.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Soul Diesel

This strain may cause dry eyes, mouth, and throat similar to other common cannabis strains. The sudden burst of vitality caused by the energizing effects may trigger paranoia and anxiety. When the high ends, users can also experience a short strike of dizziness.

How to Grow Soul Diesel? 

This strain loves warm weather and prefers to receive strong amounts of sunshine. It grows tall, so prepare enough space for its size. It can be sensitive to powdery mildew and, therefore, needs you to maintain its surroundings properly purified.

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