Sour Diesel, sometimes called Sour D, is an incredibly famous strain, characterized by its buds’ fuel-like chemical smell. This is a potent strain, with a THC content estimated at between 20% and 25%. Sour Diesel’s fashionableness has made it the subject of much inference. Some believe that real Sour Diesel originated as a distinct phenotype of an original strain named Diesel. Others say that it was a derived form of Chemdawg that leaned more towards sativa than indica.
It has a mostly Sativa head high with some subtle physical induce relaxation, making it popular among recreational and medical users alike.
Effects of Sour Diesel:
The high from Sour Diesel takes over rapidly in the form of a warm and delightful head rush. An uplift in mood has been experienced as well by consumers. Users may feel talkative if surrounded by others or somewhat introspective if enjoying the strain alone. For many, this soaring high is partially landed by a slight feeling of physical relaxation. Its preference to direct to associative thinking may provoke a bit of creative inspiration.
Sour Diesel Appearance, Aroma, and Flavours:
Sour Diesel has round, medium-sized buds with leaves that appear yellowish-green. Red hairs called pistils, structures that are used for reproduction purposes, contrast with the thick, packed leaves. However, breaking open buds divulges trichomes coating the interiors of the dense flowers. The buds have a potent odour that corresponds to the strain’s name and is very likely to gasoline. The odour also has some hints of orange. The smoke has a sour and hazily skunky taste that many describe as unpleasant; on the exhale. Smokers trying to remain discreet should be cautioned that this is a very harsh strain whose odour can carry quite a distance.
Medical uses of Sour Diesel:
The sense of euphoria that comes with this variety may help treat some symptoms of mild stress, anxiety, or depression.
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