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Sour Power

Taste & Smell

  • Earthy
  • Sour

Effects

  • Calm
  • Focused
  • Sleepy
  • Dizzy
  • Nervous

Pairs Well With

  • Reading
  • Sleeping
  • Watching TV/Movies

About this Sativa Strain

Sour Power is a nearly pure sativa hybrid cannabis strain certain to stink up any container you put it in – and the room that contains said container. It reeks of hot diesel dripping from a gas pump, laced with the funk of a frightened skunk. When burned, these frosty, chunky nugs carry hints of sour lemon candies beneath the gasoline odor. It won Best Hybrid at three separate High Times Cannabis Cups.

Lab data puts its cannabinoid content at around 22-24% THC, making this a fairly potent strain.

The heady effects from Sour Power are enough to instill some chill without causing a full-on couchlock. A sense of relaxation settles into the head, but with the calm comes focus and mental clarity. These cerebral effects may work well to dispel depression, stress, fatigue, or exhaustion, and may ease the symptoms of PTSD, too. Those suffering from minor pain, lack of appetite, or lousy sleep may find solace in this strain as well.

High doses of Sour Power may cause anxiety or dizziness. Some users who are sensitive to sativas may experience some paranoia.

Sour Power is a nearly pure sativa hybrid cannabis strain certain to stink up any container you put it in – and the room that contains said container. It reeks of hot diesel dripping from a gas pump, laced with the funk of a frightened skunk. When burned, these frosty, chunky nugs carry hints…