About Snow Diesel
Do you want the good news first or the bad news first? Ok, we’ll start with the good, which is that Snow Diesel is an amazing strain bred by House of Funk Genetics. Her parents are East Coast Sour Diesel and Snow Lotus, causing this strain to fall just slightly more on the indica side than the sativa side. The bad news? House of Funk seems to have disbanded and by all accounts, Snow Diesel seeds are no longer available.
With THC levels that top out at 23%, Snow Diesel is certainly a bud for more experienced users. Like many in the family, her nugs are coated with resin and trichomes that mirror a fresh blanket of snow. These round buds have some interesting flavors and smells going on, as strong fuel and musky earth will hit your nose like a freight train. The tastes are milder and while the fuel note is still present, users will enjoy a fruity and sweet flavor that’s similar to candy.
Snow Diesel takes you on a rollercoaster of a high and ensures that you experience all of the ups and downs in full force. Users note that after just a few tokes their mind is rocketed to a place of euphoric bliss, allowing them to leave behind every care in the world. While this sounds great, the introspection that comes along with it can also be very draining and plays into the comedown that will likely have you glued to your couch. Be sure to keep some snacks within your immediate vicinity, as this strain makes you hungry as hell.
While it may not be a cure-all, the high levels of THC in Snow Diesel offer relief from a variety of ailments. Most prominently used by those with mental disorders, this strain can ease the burden of depression and stress with the best of them. Generalized pain including headaches or cramps also stand no chance against this plant’s analgesic properties, and in this case, the term munchies is welcomed by those who deal with nagging nausea.
Novice growers who want to sharpen their skills would be wise to invest in some Snow Diesel seeds, assuming there are even any left on the market to purchase. If you do happen to get this beauty in your garden, she’ll thrive in nearly any type of environment. Like her sativa sisters, flowering takes a while and in most cases, you’ll be waiting about 9 to 11 weeks.
It’s best to prepare yourself for Snow Diesel before you actually indulge, so make sure to clear your calendar of any responsibilities and complete a massive grocery shopping trip ahead of time. Then sit back, light her up, and enjoy the wild ride that this well-balanced hybrid brings.
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