Sour Russian Strain
Bred by the famous DNA Genetics, Sour Russian has a worldwide following due to its hugely popular parents. Crossed between Sour Diesel and White Russian, this Indica-dominant hybrid offers a unique blend of both Sativa and Indica effects to provide patients with a memorable experience. This strain is a powerful sedative ideal for treating a range of medical conditions, including chronic pain and insomnia.
Sour Russian has oversized buds commonly described as Christmas tree-shaped. Bright green in color with neon green leaves; buds have a delightful smattering of fiery orange hairs. It also has a generous coating of delectably crystallized, very resinous trichomes sought after by many patients in California. Sour Russian has a distinctly sour smell of tangy fruit, and its fruity flavor has a sour pine aftertaste.
Why Patients Use Sour Russian?
This strain is beloved for many reasons. Effects are immediate, providing instant relief for patients. It’s high begins with a powerful head buzz most obvious behind the eyes and in the back of the neck. From there, its Indica genes kick in to spread warmth throughout the body and make users feel utterly relaxed. Sour Russian will make you hungry, glued to your couch, and likely sleep uninterruptedly.
Medical Uses of Sour Russian
Side Effects of Sour Russian
Information about Sour Russian
70 percent Indica and 30 percent Sativa
This is a potent cross between the two popular White Russian and Sour Diesel strains.
Sour Russian gets a nine score on the stoned meter. It can be extremely strong, especially for beginners.
THC content typically ranges between 14 percent and 22 percent, making potency plant dependent.
Flowering typically occurs within nine weeks, but if Sativa genes are strong, possibly 10 or 11 weeks.
Ideal Growing Method
Most grow this strain indoors, but it thrives outside in dry, warm conditions.
Sour Russian can reach six feet in height outdoors, but inside, it averages around four feet.
This is a high-yielding strain that makes a popular cash crop for marijuana farmers.
Growing Sour Russian is easy, doable by determined beginners. In the right conditions, it can grow itself.
Because of the density of its buds, Sour Russian is prone to rot and mold in overly humid climates.