Sweet Orange Cookie Sherbs

Sweet Orange Cookie Sherbs Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
15 to 20%
Yield
High
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
8 to 9 weeks
Climate
Warm and slightly dry environment
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Medium
Flavors
Citrus, Gas, and Spicy

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Sweet Orange Cookie Sherbs Marijuana Seeds Information

Buds of the Sweet Orange Cookie Sherbs has dark purple hues paired with oily, glossy, forest green fan leaves that exhibit purple tints on its blade, and her fiery orange hairs are sprouting everywhere. This marijuana plant from Holy Smoke Seeds is across of Zsweet Insanity and the Sherb Sauce.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sweet Orange Cookie Sherbs?

Smoking this weed gives a unique experience to the taste buds. The zesty, citrusy flavor is mixed with spicy notes that will tickle your tongue. The exhale releases a gassy funky aftertaste that makes every puff exciting.

The effect lasts long, and it’s best taken in a lazy afternoon. This marijuana provides blissful euphoria, but the overpowering physical high aims to relax the whole body and flush out any motivation to do anything productive.

What are the medical benefits of Sweet Orange Cookie Sherbs?

The use of Sweet Orange Cookie Sherbs is excellent in fighting stress, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, depression, and hyperactivity. It can also serve as a pain reliever to any disease-related pain like lupus, glaucoma, or fibromyalgia.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Sweet Orange Cookie Sherbs.

Side effects can vary from one person to another; some might only experience mild adverse reactions while others, especially newbies, are prone to anxiety or paranoid thinking when overused. This hybrid strain is also known to cause dry mouth and red eyes when smoked or vaped.

How to Grow Sweet Orange Cookie Sherbs?

Don’t be afraid to load her with lots of nutrients because she can take it all; just make sure to flush her two to three weeks before flowering. This weed is excellent for beginners since it can easily adapt to any training and form of cultivation.

 

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