There are much debate and dispute within the cannabis industry with regard to the origins and genetics of Sublime. And coupled with breeder secrecy, the genetics of this strain are not known to the public. It is a 70% Sativa dominant hybrid and is widely believed to be of the OG Kush family, but so far nothing has been concluded. It has a high THC content of 18-22% and a lovely sweet taste and aroma. It delivers an ongoing energizing effect that provides the perfect energy boost with nice cerebral effects. Cannabis users are raving about this strain. The most commonly reported effects are happiness, creativity, euphoria, focus, and mood boosting properties. Definitely a weed for connoisseurs and something to check out. The effects are almost immediate and you will instantly feel a surge of energy and metal clarity and strength. Some have said that smoking Sublime is like drinking a pot of expresso! While the initial high may be a little intense it subsides after a while as the Indica effects kick in to give a full body buzz. Sublime buds have medium-sized dark forest green round grape-shaped dense nugs with almost translucent amber hairs and a fine layer of sandy white trichomes.
Why do Patients Use Sublime?
Sublime is good for treating a number of conditions including nausea, pain, and stress. It is excellent at treating depression and stress in particular. It is more of a recreational strain in general, great for those who want a boost in creativity or energy. Not a good introductory strain of marijuana for medical patients. The THC content is too high and Sativa dominant strains can induce panic and anxiety to those who are sensitive to it.
Medical Uses of Sublime
Side-Effects of Sublime
Information about Sublime
70% Sativa 30% Indica
Sublime has a rating of 9.1 on the stoned meter.
THC levels are between 18-22%
Approximately 7-9 weeks
Ideal Growing Method
Indoor Sea of Green
Sublime generates a moderate yield
Sublime is an easy to moderately difficult plant to grow. Not suitable for beginners.
Requires support during the flowering stage.