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Stress- Relieving Sour Diesel

Easy, all-day high

Sour Diesel is one of the most classic weed strains around. Grown by Columbia Territory and purchased at Cinder North, it’s one we hadn’t tried before. We found it to be perfect for a stroll through the park. Those who love skunky and diesel strains will fall in love with its taste and smell, but those into more cheesy or floral weed may not be so keen. Take a sour hit and see for yourself.

Info to Know: Although this isn’t the most potent strain, diesels are some of my favorites and the price is stellar. I’d smoke it every day.

Type: Sour Diesel, Sativa

THC Content: 12.7 percent total THC

Rating: 3.8 out of 5.

Nugs: Dense, dark forest green nugs. Long buds, purple hairs. Yellow tinge.

Odor: Skunky, diesel, true to its name. Smells almost purple.

Taste: Sour, lemon, strong diesel.

High: Immediate head rush, instant high. Easy, all-day high. It’s the sipping tea of smoking weed; those looking for a Red Bull may turn elsewhere.

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Sour Diesel

Popular with medical patients, Sour Diesel is quickly becoming recreational users’ go-to when looking for a weed that won’t weight them down or interrupt with daily activities. It brings a huge head high with nearly no body sensations so it is good for creatives, writers, artists, professionals: you name it!

Growers aren’t sure what Sour Diesel’s parents are, but many like to think it hails from the glorious Chemdawg mixed with possibly Northern Lights. Any easy and mellow strain that’s uplifting and good for medicating your soul, Sour Diesel is a winner.

The flowers crackle when lit and the inhale is mildly harsh. After the immediate head rush and washing wave of high, the come on slowly turns into an easy buzz. A few hits lead to a strong feeling of focus and attention. It’s a pleasant buzz rather than an all-out stoned.

Photos: Toke Tank

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