Making a true name for herself on the West Coast, Sherblato comes to cannabis lovers from somewhat mysterious origins. We do know that she’s a cross between Gelato and Sherbet, but where in the world she’s grown remains unknown. A sativa-dominant bud, Sherblato tends to bring users a nice mixture of effects with amazing flavors.
Consistency is always appreciated when it comes to cannabis, and Sherblato hits the nail on the head with a 21% to 22% THC potency range. Her flower tends to be quite dark in color and takes on a popcorn type of shape yet each nug is brightened up by lavender colored crystals. One of the more flavorful strains on dispensary shelves, you’ll experience notes of sweet and tart fruit and citrus with hints of fuel and nuts. Many describe her scent as candy-like, so it’s best to smoke her where it’s safe for others to smell it.
Although she’s a sativa-dominant strain through and through, some users find that Sherblato takes on some pretty relaxing effects. Initially, you might notice a feeling of a cerebral boost that brings along euphoria and a sense of introspection, and while this could lead to creativity for some, others utilize it to socialize. Enjoy this lift while you can, because in most cases, her high will take you down to a relaxed and hazy place next, and although you won’t necessarily become tired, your productivity will probably fade away.
Whether you choose to enjoy Sherblato in the afternoon or evening time, one thing is almost always for certain - she can help with medical ailments as well as offer recreational fun. Reports note that instances of pain, including migraines and women’s health concerns, are reduced after a few puffs, and mental health woes are often replaced by nothing but happy thoughts. When you consider just how amazing she tastes, there’s no reason not to include Sherblato in your usual line-up.
Rumor has it that this bud hails from overseas and is limited when it comes to home growing, but as she’s super popular on the West Coast, home cultivators aren’t quite sure who to believe. It’s reported that this strain will thrive inside, outdoors, and in greenhouse environments, and in many cases, it only takes 7 to 9 weeks before she’s ready to harvest. Yields are said to be high and plants tend to reach a medium height, making them manageable in smaller spaces.
If you love either of her parent strains, Sherblato is one you have to try. Just thinking about her flavors is enough to make one’s mouth water, and her usual range of effects could be the very thing you need after a long week at work.