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With a rich history in the cannabis world, the Sour Diesel strain packs a potent punch. Blowing up in the cannabis world in the early 90’s. This sativa based strain can be found across the United States.  You won’t find THC Farms Sour Diesel Strain anywhere outside of Washington though. That is quite the shame because theirs is the bomb.

Chemdawg 91 and Super Skunk make up the genetics for this strain. Both of these strains pack a potent aroma. That aroma doesn’t match the combination you smell when you open a bag of Sour Diesel. There is a heavy diesel aroma when you start breaking apart nugs. Hiding behind the diesel is a faint pine smell that reminds me of bonfires in the woods. In high school, we used diesel to start fires. This strain wouldn’t be good for that, but the smell brings back fond memories.

The packaging for this sour diesel strain from THC Farms features a big diesel truck. The truck has the words “Sour D” graffitied onto the side. The THC Farms logo appears in the top left corner of the bag, a small viewing window allows you to see your weed.

Sour Diesel Strain Sour Diesel Strain Cannabis Review (Feat. THC Farms)

This is probably one of the smoother batches of Sour Diesel that I’ve had the chance to smoke. Each hit was full of flavor. The potent earthy pine combination of flavor came out more in my initial rip. I exhaled to discover a faint taste of diesel. The aromatic combination of weed and bacon cooking behind me was heavenly.  My mood immediately rose. If you are in need of a social and mood elevating high checkout Sour Diesel.

Sour Diesel Strain Overview

  • Sativa
  • Genetics: Chemdawg 91 and Super Skunk
  • Aroma: potent diesel with a mix of earthy pine.
  • Effects: elevated mood, increased energy, munchies, and dry mouth.

Cannabinoid Breakdown

  • Total CBD: 0.2%
  • Total THC: 21.4%

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