Sour Diesel Medical Marijuana

£227.00

Description

Sour Diesel Medical Marijuana

Sour Diesel Medical Marijuana

Thought to be an accidental cross when the DNL hermied. Sour Diesel (or East Coast Sour Diesel, as commonly called) – a special plant in the OG Kush/ChemDawg line of strains.  Its often “crushing” sativa effect actually seems to hit most people as more of an indica. Thus increasing couchlock and being strong to the point of being overwhelming at times.  The plant itself is a fairly lanky one that tends to show lots of foxtailing when finished. It practically stinks up the room with its pungent fuel-skunk-citrus bouquet.

Lineage of Sour Diesel Medical Marijuana 

Unconfirmed, thought to be Original Diesel (ChemDawg ’91 x [Massachusetts Super Skunk x Sensi Seeds Northern Lights] x DNL (Northern Lights/Shiva x Hawaiian)

Aroma

Sour Diesel displays an extremely pungent blend of fuel, skunk, citrus, and spice that will leak through many jars and bags when the strain is well-grown.  The sharpness gets stronger after breaking it up. Hence adding a stronger kick of citrus as well as a cutting fuel aroma that tickles the nose.

Flavor

A frontal attack of skunky citrus funk gives way to a mentholated lime-kissed spice which lingers in the mouth.  The smoke is expansive and will definitely cause coughing on larger hits.

Qualities

Sour Diesel is fairly sativa-dominant but seems to exhibit a headslam of an indica effect at times, especially if let go late into flowering.  It hits the eyes and head immediately, filling them with pressure and energy, while the body seems almost immobile at times, trending heavily towards couchlock — a numbing quality is also often reported, aiding with nerve and muscle pain relief.

Sour Diesel isn’t known for being a long-laster at medicinal levels — it’s a high peak and then a valley normally, often finishing with the user feeling lethargic and a bit drained after the sativa start.  Sour Diesel often helps with nerve issues, appetite, and can also help as a sleep aid during the “crash” portion of the effects.