The aroma from the Sour Apple cannabis plant lives up to its namesake, with the sharp scent of green granny apples with the bite of citrus. The buds from this indica-dominant hybrid (80% indica/20% sativa) are long, airy, and spongy, a dark to lime green in appearance with a moderate coating of glistening trichomes.
When sparked, the smoke tastes distinctly of green apple slices.
Lab tests suggests its potency sits at around 14-17% THC, and it boasts less than 1% CBD and 1% CBN.
This strain can get the creative juices going as it alleviates the thought-blocking properties of stress and exhaustion. Upon feeling uplifted and alert, a body buzz will melt into the body, which in high doses can lead to couch-lock, so beware if you’re smoking for its clear-headed effects. The munchies may follow soon after. Sour Apple is recommended for managing cramps, inflammation, and minor pain.
Common side effects from Sour Apple include cottonmouth, red eyes, and lightheadedness.
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Sour Apple is a cross of Cinderella 99 (aka Cindy 99) and Sour Diesel.