Sunset Sherbert (1)

Sunset Sherbet


Sunset Sherbet cannabis strain is an Indica dominant hybrid( 85% Indica/15% Sativa). It takes its origins from the legendary Girl Scout Cookies and Pink Panties strains. THC levels are typically measured between 18% and 24%, CBD is less than 1%.

Sunset Sherbet has dense, large nuggets, light green with some burned brown hues, bright amber pistils, and silver glowing trichomes coated with sticky resin.

This strain is truly one of the most aromatic strains on the cannabis market. Sweet berry tones overpower all senses on the first inhale, followed by the sweetness of the bubblegum, some mint notes, and lemon.

The effects of Sunset Sherbet strain are genuinely magnificent. It combines the best properties of Sativa and Indica. Immediately after intake, the high takes you to the euphoric state of mind, filling you with joy, mildly energizing, and promoting a happy, blissful, warm feeling. Not long after that, the Indica effects start creeping in. It begins as a pleasant pressure around the eyes, slowly moving down the body, completely relaxing, coaxing all muscles in the heavy blanket of bliss, leaving the user couch-locked for a very long time. This strain provides a powerful body high that will last for hours.

Adverse effects include dry eyes, dry mouth, dizziness, and possible paranoia. Novices be aware and proceed with caution.



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Adverse Effects:

dry mouth
dry eyes

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7 Replies to “Sunset Sherbet”

  1. My sunset sherbert from have a heart here in Cincinnati Ohio was partially purple. It’s very colorful and vibrant. Looks just like the sunset sherbert on leafly. This is why names suck so bad everybody’s stuff looks different

    1. Lilly you also have to remember that Leafly uses stock pictures for a majority of their stuff. They often get dynamically renamed as the thing you are looking up. concentrates are bad on there too for this.

    2. Purple leaves are the result of cooler evening temperatures near harvest. I know that probably doesn’t help, but keep smiling!!!

      1. True but not always. This indeed has purple in a few of the pheno types. No need for cooler temps. Couple weeks into budding and the leaves/stems turn. Purple.

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