About Sour Breath
Sour Breath is a sativa-dominant hybrid that is the product of the crossbreeding of two classic cannabis strains: Sour Diesel and Lamb’s Bread. Because this strain is the product of two classic, famous strains of cannabis, its true origins are almost impossible to nail down, as Sour Breath has likely been around forever.
Those lucky enough to have an opportunity to use Sour Breath are almost always impressed with just how beautiful this flower truly is. Sour Breath nugs grow in a unique diamond pattern. Although the flower itself is a bright neon green, the bud is often covered in thin, fuzzy, orange pistils and a layer of tiny, yet distinguishable trichomes.
Sour Breath, as its name accurately describes, is quite the pungent strain of cannabis. If cured and packaged properly, Sour Breath is reported to be some of the best smelling bud on the market. Many report that it inherited the diesel phenotype’s classic smell while also managing to include a strong earthy scent mixed with pine. This scent is drastically altered when burning however, as many report that it tastes of sour apricot with a fresh pine exhale.
Despite its moderately high THC count of 16%, Sour Breath should not be underestimated. Because it is a sativa-dominant hybrid strain, expect Sour Breath to be a heady high. Sour Breath’s high begins rapidly with an increase in energy and euphoria. As it settles in, the high becomes much more social and you’ll find yourself happy and giggly at times. Sour Breath is the perfect strain for those that hesitate to enter social situations due to social anxieties.
Due to its social and giggly side effects, Sour Breath is often recommended to those that suffer from depression, as it is an uplifting high. In addition to these uses, it also has been reported to ease nausea, bowel issues and boost appetite. Despite most users using Sour Breath in the morning or throughout the day, some users have added that Sour Breath is a good strain to treat insomnia, because the high goes great with relaxing in bed after a long day of work.
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