About this Hybrid Strain
Sin CBD is a strain of cannabis that is known for its high CBD content and low THC content. It is a hybrid strain that is believed to be a cross between a CBD-rich strain and an unknown parent.
The buds are dense and green, with orange hairs and a moderate amount of trichomes. The aroma is earthy with a hint of sweetness. Sin CBD is known to have an earthy and sweet taste, with a hint of woodiness. Some users have also described a hint of citrus or floral notes.
As it's a high CBD strain, the taste is not as strong and pungent as other strains, and it's not as overpowering as some other strains. Consumers described the high from Sin CBD as being relaxing and calming, without the psychoactive effects that are typically associated with THC. Medical reviewers have stated that it can be used to alleviate symptoms such as anxiety, pain, and inflammation, and it's known to be beneficial for conditions such as seizures and multiple sclerosis.
Sin CBD is a popular strain for those looking for the therapeutic benefits of cannabis without the euphoric effects.
Frequently Asked Questions About Sin CBD
- What is Sin CBD?
Sin CBD is a hybrid strain with high CBD content and low THC Content.
- Where does Sin CBD come from?
Sin CBD has a lineage that is stored in secrecy.
- What does Sin CBD smell like?
Sin CBD smells of earth and musk. It has a subtle sweetness.
- What does Sin CBD taste like?
Sin CBD is known to have an earthy and sweet taste, with a hint of woodiness.
- What color does Sin CBD have?
Sin CBD typically has darker green buds with purple highlights. Its buds are covered in a spider web of orange pistils and golden trichomes which give it a more yellow appearance.
- What effects does Sin CBD have?
Sin CBD is known for producing calming and relaxing effects. The high CBD content of Sin CBD is believed to be responsible for its therapeutic effects like improving sleep, helping with tension, alleviating anxiety and reducing pain.
- Is Sin CBD an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Sin CBD is a hybrid strain.