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Sativa Hybrid

G-13 Haze X Sour Diesel,

Sour Cream Strain

Sour Cream descends from two powerful North American lines. The New England "diesels" are non-haze sativas that push marijuana's citrus like pungency into the realm of fuel. Sour Cream's mother is the near-pure sativa Sour Diesel, a clone-only strain derived from Chem crossed with Mass Super Skunk. This version of Sour Diesel is known for her kush-like smell and her stand-out sour candy taste. The father, G-13 haze, is a cream of the crop male that shows his true colors in this cross, but with improved yield. Sour Cream brings these two North American strains together for a complex, unusually calming stone.

- Flavor -

strain flavor Sour
SOUR
strain flavor Floral
FLORAL
strain flavor Woody
WOODY

- Effects -

strain effect Euphoric
EUPHORIC
strain effect Happy
HAPPY
strain effect Relaxed
RELAXED
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