The rotund, tightly-packed buds from this indica cannabis plant (85% indica/15% sativa) should be sticky to the touch. Sunset Sherbet smells of honey dipped skunk and when it’s burned, it tastes like a peach yogurt with honey drizzled over the top.
At 15-19% THC and 1% CBN, this strain offers the best of both worlds when it comes to being a hybrid.
Medical consumers have noted that Sunset Sherbet may help in dulling pain, easing muscle tension, dampening inflammation, or relieving cramps. However, despite being an indica, it instills a wired high, keeping the mind alert and focused even with its powerful analgesic effects. This is a strain that can work well during any time of the day, whether it’s a wake-n-bake session first thing in the morning or an evening smoke to release oneself from the day’s stresses.
Common side effects from Sunset Sherbet include cottonmouth and red eyes. Some users may experience anxiety or paranoia in higher doses.
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A cross between Girl Scout Cookies and Pink Panties, Sunset Sherbet lives up to her parents’ fame.