About Green Hornet
What do you get when you cross Sour Diesel and OG? An up and coming all-star, that’s what. This complex breed is quickly gaining popularity for its above-average THC content and happy go lucky high. If you need a little kick, give Green Hornet a spin. With levels ranging between 18% and 20%, the THC in this strain offers users a steady buzz guaranteed to increase with each puff. If you love the flavors fans have come to associate with Sour Diesel, you’ll love Green Hornet. The tart citrus undertones that punctuate the strong diesel aroma are only the beginning of this flavorful strain. Enjoy the crisp pine and wood flavors on the inhale and the mix of sweet and bitter diesel on the exhale. After one session these lime green frosty nugs will surely become your new go-to. Buckle up, as the sting of the hornet is nearly instant. After the first refreshing puff, you’ll feel a burst of energy followed by a long-lasting and upbeat feeling that will carry you through your day. If you have a lot to do, enjoy this bud in the morning and watch your task list get shorter and shorter. Enjoy the creative surge this lady brings as it will surely give you loads to work with. If you struggle with stress, depression, or other mood disorders, Green Hornet is a great way to smooth those out as it is chock full of mood boosters. This strain is also great for those who are affected by ADHD or anxiety as it aims to keep you focused and present. For mild to moderate aches and pains, this strain would be beneficial, though it is not recommended for those who have severe pain of any kind. For novice smokers, do yourself a favor and vape this one out. Your lungs will thank you. Growing this plant is easy to do, though researching your specific conditions would be beneficial. They are often mistaken for weeds when cared for outdoors as the plant is quite bushy and light green. Indoor growing is recommended for less experienced growers, however, because of the diesel aroma, you may want to invest in a smell proof setup. The nugs will appear ready for harvest at around 7 weeks, however, you’ll want to hold off until 8 weeks for the fully formed trichomes to appear. Your yield will increase dramatically during that extra week as well. If you’re a fan of its parents, you won’t be disappointed with Green Hornet. With a full body of flavors, aromas, and colors, it’s pleasurable to all of your senses. The giggly and upbeat high is great for any time of day and the sharp as a tack focus is beneficial for anyone wanting a productive high.