About Sonic Screwdriver
Sometimes breeding two plants results in an average strain that gets the job done, while other times it births one of the most amazing plants that the world has ever seen. TGA Subcool Genetics crossed Orange Cream Soda with Trainwreck and the latter of the two scenarios was formed in Sonic Screwdriver. A sativa-dominant bud, her potency, effects, and flavors are darn near perfect.
While she may not seem strong at first glance, Sonic Screwdriver’s 15% THC levels certainly pull their weight. Nugs are fluffy and light yet are covered by an immense amount of wiry pistils. Trichome coverage is decent here, but it’s really her flavors and scents that lure people in. Nugs smell very fresh with a blend of earth and orange filling your nostrils even before you take your first toke. As you’d guess the offspring of Orange Cream Soda would taste, a rich citrus and cream flavor fills your mouth, along with a hit of fuel just to round things out.
Sonic Screwdriver takes you on a bit of a roller-coaster ride thanks to some specific attributes that her lineage brings to the table. Initially, you’ll start with a mellow cerebral lift that puts a smile on your face and helps to get your behind in gear. Soon after it’s almost like someone put a brick on the gas pedal, as your mind will begin to race and thoughts come almost too quickly to distinguish them from everything else. You’ll likely be very giggly during this time and social tendencies are heightened. Arousal is likely as well as the munchies, so make sure you can keep your urges in check if you’re at work. Eventually this strain’s indica side will kick in and help to relax you a bit, just enough to keep you from going down a rabbit hole of psychoactive feelings.
As if that lengthy description wasn’t enough of a hint, Sonic Screwdriver is equally as great for medical patients as she is for recreational users. Mental concerns of stress and depression are easily addressed and physical pain is soothed thanks to her calming effects down the line. Individuals who struggle with daily fatigue will likely appreciate her energetic effects, and if you have trouble with nausea or a lack of appetite, turn to this bud for fast relief.
Experienced growers tend to love this strain for her versatility, as Sonic Screwdriver can produce up to four different phenotypes. Each will have their own unique needs, but in general, it’s recommended that you cultivate this bud indoors. Flowering typically takes between 9 and 10 weeks, and yields can be quite high from this small plant.
Intense is a good word to describe Sonic Screwdriver, but don’t let that scare you if you’re a newer user. Pacing yourself with this bud is key to having a great time, and while she’s incredibly delicious, knowing when to stop is essential here.