The sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain Ultra Sonja emits a scent reminiscent of sour fruits and cheese, with a taste that’s similar but piney. Its buds are shaped like foxtails and are usually forest green in color, with amber pistils and frosty trichomes.
THC levels average around 16-17%. Its high is known to cause the consumer to feel tranquil and ready for meditation. It eases all worries from the mind and creates a state of deep mental relaxation, being great for deep-thinking and philosophical conversations. Because of this, Ultra Sonja can be a good choice for social gatherings. Reviewers note it keeps the mind clear enough to use throughout the day, though some experience distraction easily as thoughts pop up in the mind. This strain will also slightly energize and relive mild aches throughout the body.
Not many reports of negative side-effects have been reported besides dry mouth and eyes. But note that high doses of most cannabis will cause either paranoia or anxiety.
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The parent strains of Ultra Sonja are a combination of the hybrid UK Cheese and Tang Tang.