Sage N Sour

About Sage N Sour

Sage N Sour is a Sativa dominant hybrid known for it's great scent and flavor, reminiscent of both citrus and fuel. It produces a strong cerebral high that is often coupled with a light numbing effect on the body.

This strain cause users to feel a general sense of well being with elevated moods and increased creativity. Sage N Sour also fills many users with energy that can make some feel a need to move and be active.

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The effects of this strain can last for up to an hour and a half. And as with most strains, users run the risk of dry mouth and eyes, dizziness and paranoia when using Sage N Sour.

Typical Effects

Euphoric
Euphoric
Cotton Mouth
Cotton Mouth
Creative
Creative

Common Usage

Depressed
Depressed
Pain
Pain
Nausea
Nausea

The Sativa style high is often sought out by those suffering from a great deal of nervousness and stress, or anxiety disorders, such as PTSD. Many others find that this strain alleviates the symptoms of chronic migraines. Some users with chronic minor aches and pains find relief through the use of Sage N Sour. It may also help others calm the effects of nausea, depression and glaucoma.

THC Content

HIGHEST TEST

18.72%

STRAIN AVERAGE

17%

SATIVA AVERAGE

13%

WIKILEAF AVERAGE

18%

WIKILEAF HIGHEST

35%

Sage N Sour is the product of TH Seeds and is the child of their strain S.A.G.E. and a Sour Diesel. TH Seeds had long sought the perfect plant to cross with their favorite creation and finally landed on the Sour Diesel strain for flavor and strength. This strain flowers for about nine weeks and can yield up to 350 grams per square meter. However there are reports of Sage N Sour yielding up to a pound and a half outdoors.


Reviews

November 21, 2019

Kristine St. Andrews

This is my favorite high. Takes away the stress without knocking me out. I feel happy and creative but not so much that I am taken out of events of the day. > Daily smoker. Anxiety. PTSD. Insomnia. Writer.

November 7, 2016

jesi d

liked it but name doesn't fit the taste or smell

November 7, 2016

derek augustine

its the bees knees