Sour Diesel

Sour Diesel Strain Info

What is the Strain?

 Strain is a sativa-dominant hybrid strain with a 90:10 sativa/indica ratio. The true origin of is still debated, but it’s likely this strain originated in California or across the border in British Columbia. Some people say Diesel is crossed between two , while others claim its made by crossing Mexican Sativa with a Chemdog phenotype. Either way, you can expect some great highs! These will lead to some couch lock, and feelings of heaviness. Instead, you can expect a refreshing that will open up doors of creativity.

’s Appearance

Strain is typically found in small, dense nugs that are covered with hairs.

’s Aroma

Termystic has one of the strongest aromas of any strain. It has hints of diesel gas with a hint of .

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Sour Diesel’s Flavors

Sour Diesel is one of the most popular around due to its citrusy, lemony taste. It can be detected even in the smell, making it stand out among other weed flavors. The effects are smooth to begin with but then become more intense later on.

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Sour Diesel’s Health Effects

This strain is commonly used by medical patients to relieve , and chronic . It contains a variety of indicias, but also has some thujones which make it unsuitable for those looking to help with etc., due to its stimulant effect.

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Sour Diesel’s THC/CBD content

THC 22%, CBD 0.20% and INDICA/SATIVA 30% / 70%

Sour Diesel’s Effects On Brain & Body

Sour diesel is a popular strain with many people as it is known to give those who smoke it at the start of their day a head start. This potency will be enough to give you a good , but not too strong so that it won’t affect you throughout your day. The term “diesel” in sour diesel is derived from an old school type of drug.

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Sour Diesel’s Growing Information

Sour Diesel’s Flowering Time


Sour Diesel takes slightly longer to flower than other but the wait is worth it. An indoor plant grown at optimum conditions can yield up to 18 oz on average per harvest.


For a Sour D plant grown outdoors, the ideal time for a harvest is around early November. An outdoor grown plant can be very generous in its yield, with an expected average of 25 ounces plant available for plucking during harvest.

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