About Lost Sierra Night Nurse
The cultivators at Red Dirt Ridge DNA in Paradise, California combined Shishkaberry, Orange Pez, and Romulan in this uniquely sweet three-way cross to create the ideal blend of strong and flavorful effects. A perfectly even hybrid with tons of THC, Lost Sierra Night Nurse could easily end up being your new favorite bud.
THC levels in this strain have a decent variance, staying between 20% and 24%, and a CBD content of 1% to 2%, making it a fairly consistent high-range bud. This makes for a great night time buzz that allows you to feel good while tasting like a dream. The first flavor to hit your palate is the sweetness of berries, then as it burns you’ll notice a sharp diesel flavor kick in. In your nose, you’ll get hints of pine and citrus. These heart shaped, frosty green nugs are covered in translucent amber hairs and have a rich dusting of milky white trichomes with a sticky white resin.
The high of Lost Sierra Night Nurse is as fun as it is relaxing. Right away you’ll notice that the flavors aren’t the only thing washing over your senses. On the first puff, you’ll feel tingles fill your mouth and eventually make their way around your body, inching through your limbs and completely relaxing you. Although this bud is an uplifting smoke, it is considered a pretty cemented high, leaving users fairly unproductive. This makes Lost Sierra Night Nurse the perfect bedtime snack.
For medicinal purposes, this strain is great for the treatment of depression, stress, bipolar, and some mild cases of anxiety because of its ability to boost your mood while smoothing out aches and pains. It is also beneficial for insomnia and chronic pain as it is highly sedative. If you’re treating these ailments, it's always recommended to speak with a doctor before using it in higher doses. Novice users are warned, as this strain has a tendency to get away from you if you aren’t careful.
As you might expect from a strain with Nurse in the name, this strain takes some nurturing to fully ensure her health. Information on indoor and outdoor cultivation is pretty non-specific, but as she can be finicky it might be best to keep this one in a controlled environment and treat her with lots of love. Growers will enjoy eight ounces or more per plant with a flowering time of seven to ten weeks indoors, or late September to early October for outdoor cultivation.
Many users report Lost Sierra Night Nurse is perfect for an after dinner or before bed treat as she is happy at times, but for the most part, she’s a nice, soothing smoke that leads you to sleep with ease. This is a great bud to try as long as you can handle her effects, otherwise, you may not have such a favorable experience.