Super Sour Diesel
OBE 1 Super Sour Diesel ($55.00 – $240.00)
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adjectives include, OMG, and , Im good Man. Effects are immediate and uplifting. Smoke is smooth and clean. Grown organically perfectly in indoor controlled environment by 30 year master grower.View this product →
is one incredible Sativa. The Diesel genetics have been crossed in many awesome ways producing some extraordinary flavor and variety of highly desirable marijuana. A potent cross between Super Silver Haze and Sour Diesel. SSD “Super Sour Diesel” knocks out stress and pain while fostering creativity and euphoria. In true sativa form, this Diesel variety energizes your mind, making it great for daytime use. New users, however, should use caution when trying this strain. Super Sour Diesel produces strong cerebral effects, which may be overpowering to novice MMJ patients. Familiar users will be surprised at this strain’s introspective spark. Sociable and fun, the effects of this strain are felt upon first taste. Super Sour Diesel’s pungent, fuel-like aroma speaks to the sheer strength of this strain.
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Growing Sour Diesel takes lots of patience, due to its specific nutrient requirements and odd growth patterns. Pay special attention to your nitrogen and pH levels to ensure you reach maximum potency and this will help you avoid any mess ups.
Super Sour Diesel
isn’t recommended for total beginners, but arm yourself with the right knowledge from and you’ll be growing like a pro in no time. If you’ve grown Sour Diesel, Please post your experience here!
Sour Diesel is a cross of Diesel the original diesel and some Skunk weed. That’s what people say or what they repeat. THere are plenty of super sour diesel out there but you have to find the right one. You have to find a copy that is genetically electrically coherent. Still the origins of the strain remains unknown. One account traces its seeds to “a single bag of legendary cannabis sold at a Grateful Dead concert in Indiana in 1990”, the work of an East Coast breeding collective. Alternatively, American journalist Jeff Hobbs credited the strain’s development to his friend Robert Peace prior to Peace’s death in 2011. A third version attributes it to a New York City grower known as “AJ” during the mid-1990s. It includes genes from Nepal, Kashmir, and Pakistan, and is thought to be descended from Chemdawg, Super Skunk, and Northern Lights. Sour Diesel is also an ancestor of the Tsunami and Sour Tsunami strains. Ya NO ONE REALLY actually knows… for sure:)
Use in cuisine
Sour Diesel is often used in cooking, in spite of its flavors sometimes being considered difficult to mask. Cookbook author Jessica Catalano recommended pairing it with a porterhouse steak, while a Los Angeles-based cannabis collective served it with a tomato bisque based on terpene matching. It is also thought to pair well with alcohol, particularly tequila, absinthe, Prosecco, and Scotch. Sour Diesel’s distinctive flavors and responsiveness to growing conditions have been used as an argument that cannabis plants can respond to terroir in the same way that grape vines do.
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