The flowers from Sour Dubble come out pepper-shaped and keify. There’s two cuts of this particular strain, but both smell sweet and sour with that distinctive jet fuel aroma, and when burned both cannabis plants tastes slightly fruity and sweet mixed in with that burned diesel flavor.
Sour Dubble will bring on a foggy head high, but it remains awake and alert, permitting focus even while medicated. This strain is recommended for head and neck pain, migraines, glaucoma, cramps, and minor body pains. It should be saved for daytime use.
Potential side effects from Sour Dubble may include cottonmouth, red eyes, and paranoia.
Want to know the differences between Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid strains?
One version of Sour Dubble is believed to be a cross between Sour Bubble and East Coast Sour Diesel, and it tends to grow more like a sativa than an indica. The second version comes from BOG Seeds, and that one is a cross between Sour Diesel and Sour Bubble (meaning it’s a back-cross of Sour Bubble to one of Sour Bubble’s parents). The second type tends to lean more indica than sativa. Lab tests put the potencies of both cuts at around 17-19% THC.