The buds from this sativa-dominant cannabis plant grow thick and chunky, with a glistening layer of trichomes (hence “silver”). Each nug smells like candied blueberry pie, with hints of wood chips.
When smoked, this strain tastes much like it smells, with more emphasis on the burnt wood portion and less on the sweet berries.
The buzz from this strain is surprisingly clear-headed and will lend itself to focus, function, and even creativity. Consumers say it may work well for fibromyalgia, as it can reduce the sensations of pain and tune down inflammation while also providing energy and clarity. It is also recommended for muscle spasms, tension, nausea, and other digestive issues.
Common side effects from Silver Surfer include some paranoia, cottonmouth, lightheadedness, and anxiety in some users, especially those sensitive to sativas.
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Silver Surfer was bred by crossing Blue Dream with Super Silver Haze, both legendary strains in their own right.