Sunset Sherbet Indica Dominant Hybrid creative

Sunset Sherbet

Overview

Sunset Sherbet is an indica dominant hybrid strain with 85% indica and 15% sativa. It is derived from the popular Girl Scout Cookies, the beautiful indica strain Pink Panties and the delicious Blackberry Kush.

The THC content of this strain ranges between 18-23% making this a decently potent strain. For new patients, the effects of this strain may be over powering, but it is something that you can easily get used to with time. Fortunately this is a flavorful strain that will appeal to new users as well. Actually the name Sherbet originated from the tasteful desert called sherbet. When you open a jar of Sunset Sherbet buds, you will be greeted with a delectable whiff of bubblegum with slight hints of blueberries. The taste is sweet on the tongue and leaves a sugary after taste. The buds are a mix of yellow and neon green with long and beautiful orange pistils. The buds are densely coated with milky trichomes that glow under sunrays. Typical to most indica strains these plants are medium in height, bushy and produce a high yield.

This strain is ideal for social settings because it promotes talkativeness without being overwhelming. It can also be your go to strain when you need to engage in creative projects that require you to abscond from your in-the-box thinking. It best works as an evening strain.

Strain Type

This is an indica dominant strain with 85% indica and 15% sativa. It has 18%-23% THC and 0.2% CBD.

Origin

Sunset Sherbet is a hybrid strain that is a cross between Girl Scout Cookies, Blackberry Kush and Pink Panties. It also draws its ancestry from Durban Poison, Cherry Pie and OG Kush, all of which are potent cannabis strains.

Sunset Sherbet Indica Dominant Hybrid cannabis strain

Terpene Profile

Terpenes are vital compounds that add to the therapeutic benefits of this strain. They also provide the delectable smell of this strain that makes it appeal to most patients. Sunset Sherbet contains the following terpenes: Limonene, Myrcene, Caryophyllene, Linalool and Pinene.

Limonene

This terpene smells of fresh lemons, it adds to the anti depressant effects of this stain.

Myrcene

Myrcene is abundant in most cannabis strains. It provides relief from inflammation and adds to the pain relieving properties of this strain.

Caryophyllene

This strain has a mix of peppery and spicy notes. It is the only terpene that has the ability to bind directly to cannabinoid receptors. It provides relief from pain and anxiety.

Linalool

This terpene smells of lavenders. It offers a lot of therapeutic benefits which includes: analgesic, antidepressant, anti-epileptic, anti-inflammatory, anti-psychotic, anxiolytic and sedative effects.

Pinene

Pinene has the smell of pine trees. It is also abundant in rosemary, parsley, basil and orange peels. It improves airflow to the lungs and helps in alleviating asthma symptoms.

What Consumers are Saying:

Sunset Sherbet gives a sativa like high that is both uplifting and energizing. The high is however moderate and most patients are able to contain and blossom with the effects which include increased focus, creativity and inspiration. The body high is also very relaxing but will not cause a couch-lock effect. This works well to de-stress the body and promote a general goodness feeling. A calmness that starts in the mind and transcends slowly to the limbs without being overbearing is the epitome of Sunset Sherbet.

Sunset Sherbet may make you more giggly and talkative than usual. If you are taking it on a working day, you can let your boss know that you are on medication. Fortunately, the effects will not floor you so you will still be able to keep up with your obligations as usual. On the positive side, if you are usually reserved, your workmates may just get to see the better side of you.

Sunset Sherbet will induce sleep at higher doses, but it is the good kind of sleep that promotes rest.

The Positives

  • Relaxed
  • Sleepy
  • Happy
  • Chatty
MedCard

Potential Medical Benefits

Below are a list of conditions that Sunset Sherbet may be helpful in managing. We have selected these conditions based upon two sources: reviews from consumers who report using the strain to manage these symptoms, and/or substantial scientific evidence suggesting that its dominant terpenes may help manage the conditions listed below.

The Negatives

Some users reported dry mouth, dry eyes, paranoia, and headaches.

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