The amount of TCH in Sour Diesel Strain is between 20% and 24%. Because the flowers smell like fuel, this type is popular. The buds are about the size of a pea. The color of the leaves is yellowish green. The name of this type shows that it has a strong smell that reminds people of gasoline. There is a hint of orange in the smell. Sour diesel is a popular type because its smoke is harsh and can make people cough. It tastes sour and stinky when you smoke it, which is very unpleasant.
Sour Diesel’s Look, Smell, and Effects
Growing Sour Diesel is a step up in terms of how hard it is. This is one of the reasons why there was a lack of cannabis in the beginning, which made everyone angry. These plants develop quickly when exposed to bright sunshine, a semi-humid climate, and Mediterranean temperatures of 68 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit (20 to 30 degrees Celsius), necessitating intensive early-on training, pruning, and topping if kept inside.
When the plant is fully grown, it is long and tends to have a lot of foxtails. It smells like a mix of fuel, skunk, and lemon. Once it’s ready, that smell will only get stronger and leak out of any container you put it in. A skunky funk meets strong citrus notes at the outset of this massive smoke experience, and it all winds down minty and spicy at the end. If you take in too much, you’ll cough like it’s your first time.
The buds aren’t as pretty as you might think for such a strong strain. The buds are medium-sized and thick, and they are pale green with muted pistils. They are not very frosty. Still, these trichomes shine in the light and do their job.
Sour Diesel is a great medicine for people with sadness, PTSD, anxiety, or other stress-related conditions. It gives people a comfortable, happy body high that can take their minds off of pain, but it is not as common as a pain relief.
Sour Diesel is also famous for having the standard effects of marijuana. Get some eye drops and a sports drink ahead of time in case you cough, get red eyes, or have trouble breathing.