Sour Mcloud Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
High
Yield
High
Type
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
10 weeks
Climate
Temperate
Growing Difficulty
Medium
Height
Average
Flavors
Earthy and moss

Where To Buy Sour Mcloud Marijuana Seeds

Sour Mcloud Marijuana Seeds Information

A strain made from crossing an unknown gene, female genes of Da Bomb Kush, and male genes of Loud Sour. This weed is from the Pollen Nation Elite Genetics who made this crossing possible.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sour Mcloud?

The flavors are similar to the scent of earthy or soil-like fragrance and the taste of moss or the typical grassy taste every weed is consist of.

What are the Medical Benefits of Sour Mcloud?

Medical benefits of this plant include conditions that are related to the nervous or the cerebral system of the body. Burning this type of cannabis on a pipe and smoking it will make someone very high but will serve as a pain reliever to the consumer. It can get rid of any forms of pain, and will enable the consumer to gain energy to do any work the person desires.

Relaxation and being calm is expected to be felt after intake. The feeling of euphoria and happiness is present, and the sense of creativity is applied either through actions or through thinking. It can be helpful for brainstorming but not on analytical purposes.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Sour Mcloud

Similarly to any types of weed, Sour Mcloud also holds negative side effects to the person consuming it. It could alter one’s attitude towards its surrounding resulting to change of mood. Dryness of the mouth and eyes, cracking of lips and severe headaches can also be expected. Too much consumption could lead to worse conditions like paranoia and experiencing sudden seizures.

How to Grow Sour Mcloud?

This weed is suggested to be cultivated indoors. It takes 10 weeks before the plant becomes ready for harvest and within that period, it should be carefully monitored and given enough attention and care it needs such as enough water, fertilizer, and regular trimming. 

 

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