Sherbert, also known as Sunset Sherbet, is a hybrid strain consisting of 85% Indica and 15% Sativa. It was accidentally discovered when Mr. Sherbinski crossed a female Girl Scout Cookies with a male Pink Panties. The strain’s THC average value is about 20%, but it can be as high as 24%.
Sherbert is distinguishable from other cannabis strains by its large-sized flowers densely packed into a Christmas tree-like shape. Its water leaves are spring green in color and are distinguishable by rust-colored pistils covering them. Other phenotypes, grown in colder than average temperature conditions, display deep purple hues. This is a result of the accumulation of anthocyanin. The flowers are also decorated with silvery sticky trichomes.
Sherbert does well when grown indoors or outdoors, but its cultivation might be challenging for novice growers. Indoor cultivation of this strain is recommended because it is only then you can control the growth conditions. But if you choose an outdoor space, it should be an area with a warm and dry climate. The temperature should be about 75-80 degrees Fahrenheit. The plant matures after 8-9 weeks producing 8-9 ounces per meter square indoors and 10 ounces outdoors.
The Sunset Sherbet cannabis strain has a sweet and dessert-like flavor profile. But it can also be citrusy with notes of sweet berry and candy. This tasty and colorful hybrid strain starts with a powerful body high followed by cerebral stimulation. It then creeps slowly and eventually taking over your body, leaving you glued on the spot. However, some stoners have reported improved creativity and focus and mood-boosting effects, making Sherbert ideal for social gatherings, watching movies, etc.
Apart from recreational uses, Sherbert is also a perfect choice for medicinal purposes. Its therapeutic effects can go along the way in relieving anxiety, depression, pain, PTSD, etc. Those having trouble falling asleep can take advantage of the couchlock effect of this strain.
- Boosting creativity
- Dry mouth
- Dry eyes