The chunky, lumpy buds from Sour Dream are lime-green to olive-green in color, with a liberal dusting of white trichomes all over. This sativa-dominant cannabis plant smells like lemon slices dropped in jet fuel, and when burned the flowers taste like charred wood and dried leaves mixed with citrus and diesel.
Sour Dream is a good option for social users who want a strain that will keep them up and energetic, facilitating long, in depth conversation with family, friends, and peers. This strain can also lend itself to focus as well as staving off the effects of depression, stress, and exhaustion. Sour Dream is also recommended for managing minor pain, cramps, digestive issues, and it may ease hunger pains rather than stimulating them.
Common side effects from Sour Dream include cottonmouth and red eyes. However, some users may be sensitive to sativas, in which case they may experience anxiety or paranoia.
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Sour Dream is a cross between Sour Diesel and Blue Dream, two legendary parents. Lab tests put this strain’s potency at around 17%, which is slightly higher than the average.