About Strawberry Snow Cone
Buckle up, as this one might get confusing. There are conflicting bits of information about this strain, such as who the original breeders are and what genetic crosses developed this delicious bud. It’s not totally clear who was first, but each crack at Strawberry Snow Cone offers something different from tantalizing aromas and intense flavors to knock you off your feet highs. Whether from the mind of Jack Davis’ blend of Santa Cruz Strawberry Kush and Snow Cone, Elev8 Seeds’ cross between Sour Diesel and Strawberry Cough, or an unknown breeder’s take on Maestro and Querkle, you are almost guaranteed to love whichever amalgamation you get.
All three variations of this beautiful strain land in the moderate to high range of THC, anywhere between 17% on the low end and 25% on the high end. Where these buds are similar is in their flavors, varying only really in sweetness. Typically you’ll find sweet strawberry flavors, a touch of tartness in the citrus overtones, and a heavy candy smell aroma that hits you right away. However, Jack Davis’ Strawberry Snow Cone is fairly sweet with hints of jam while the buds themselves are bright green with pink and yellow hues and crystallized trichomes. The sticky, sweet, yellow-green buds of Elev8 Seeds are chock full of resin that smells of strawberry sour candy and gives a full spectrum of tart and fuel flavors. And finally, our mysterious secret-keeping third option offers much of the same as the others, yet brings an icy cool feeling that hints at a minty flavor as you inhale.
The effects of each are pretty similar in that they are all quite heady and offer surprisingly energizing feelings. These three sativa-dominant hybrids will take you on a journey from mellow and spacey to talkative and hyped to take on the day. All are recommended for daytime use due to their natural ability to wake up the mind and get the body moving. If you have a to-do list that’s been weighing down on you or an unfinished project you’ve been itching to get to, give Strawberry Snow Cone a try and watch your day zip by you.
For medical patients, there are a few differences between each strain that you should be aware of. The universal uses for this bud include issues like fatigue, depression, stress, and mild to moderate pain management. They are also great for social anxiety and generalized stress. However, if you are looking for something to help reduce inflammation or headaches, the rare genetic blend of Maestro and Querkle is your best bet. If you’re trying to ease the burden of minor PTSD and ADHD you may find relief in Jack Davis’ Strawberry Snow Cone.
Strawberry Snow Cone is a moderately easy plant to grow whichever way you slice it and can be harvested indoors or outdoors. The flowering time varies between 8 and 9 weeks for indoor growth and runs into late October for outdoor growth depending on who you ask. The rarest of these three has very little information available, only describing the plant as dark-colored with lots of frosty trichomes when ready. The other versions will bless you with a medium-sized yield and if kept in clean and tempered conditions you may be able to swing a higher level of production.
Any sweets lover will tell you that combining flavor with this enthusiastic of a bud is a dream come true. Strawberry Snow Cone has all the telltale traits of a great mood booster and is certainly an all-around buzzy and giddy strain. If you’re looking for a nice and easy strain to sink your teeth into, she’s the one to pick.