About Sour Banana Sherbet
From the makers of the world-famous Tangie strain comes Sour Banana Sherbet - a treat that everyone should try at least once. Developed by Crockett Family Farms, this balanced hybrid is a cross between AJ’s Sour Diesel and Banana Sherbet. Imparting a rollercoaster ride of effects, users will first have to make their way through some pretty interesting flavors.
This strain tends to lean on the stronger side with a high of 24% THC, so those who are less experienced may want to steer clear. Her flower is a sight to behold, as nugs are olive green with purple undertones, amber pistils, and bright white trichomes. Both flavors and aromas come at you unapologetically with a blend of banana and diesel that’s laced with a strong sour note. If you need to smoke discreetly, this strain is most certainly not the one to do it with.
Initially, Sour Banana Sherbet imparts an energetic high that allows users to feel a bit more pep in their step without bouncing off the walls. Happiness will envelop you no matter what’s going on around you and offers a way to get through the rest of the afternoon with ease. Timing is everything here, however, as this strain eventually takes a turn toward relaxation that’s hard to overcome. At this point, you’d be wise to settle into your couch for the rest of the night.
Sour Banana Sherbet is almost like a blanket of relief in that she helps to comfort your ailments in a gentle and effective way. Individuals who struggle with depression or anxiety will find this euphoric strain to help with both concerns, however if smoked in excess, users could find these issues to be agitated. Those with eating troubles should take a toke before dinner and will enjoy an increase in appetite coupled with the reduction of nausea. Many instances of physical pain, whether chronic or occasional, can also be addressed.
Many love to grow Sour Banana Sherbet at home as she makes an excellent strain for hash, but no matter what her final outcome, you’ll be pleased to see how manageable she is even for newer cultivators. Keep in mind that plants can get quite tall, so if you’re growing indoors, height management techniques will be your friend. A full 8 to 9 weeks is recommended to get the most out of your harvest.
Her flavors tend to be a love it or hate it situation, but if you’re a fan of Sour Banana Sherbet’s effects, you just might be able to withstand her boldness anyway. As with all strains, it’s important to know your tolerance and enjoy accordingly - the last thing you want is to end up super sedated while at work!
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