Sour Sherbert Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
12-25%
Yield
High
Type
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
3-7 weeks
Climate
Indoor and outdoor temperature
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Average
Flavors
Citrus, mint, and sour

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Sour Sherbert Marijuana Seeds Information

It is an evenly balanced hybrid weed containing 50% of both Indica and Sativa. This is a strong type of marijuana bred by Garden Ablaze Seeds. Aroused from crossing two famous strains, Sunset Sherbet and 7/8 Sour. It has a bud structure similar to pepper but neon in color, including the thin hairs that are orange in color with stern crystals around it.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sour Sherbet?

It is a fusion of flavors that could either taste like citrus, mint, and sour. Other users also say it tastes similar to soil, earth, and moss. Its mild fragrance simply makes it engaging for consumers to try.

This weed will certainly give out immediate body high that can affect one’s cerebral function. Eventually, it will turn you to a more creative and artistic person making you finish projects and work on time. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Sour Sherbet?

This can help manage illnesses such as stress, insomnia, depression, chronic pain, nausea, and loss of appetite. It gives out a soothing feeling that will make you calm and relaxed. Also, you will appear uplifted and more energized than your current state.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from of Sour Sherbet

Negative side effects are always part of smoking weeds. You may experience paranoia that could worsen your condition especially if you are having mental issues and other conditions. There are chances of getting mild seizures if taken beyond its limits.

How to grow Sour Sherbet?

It can abundantly grow indoors and outdoors without much difficulty. Throughout the flowering period, a breeder must be consistent in the quality of fertilizer being used in order to expect the premium quality of the leaves when the harvest time comes.

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