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Jun 1, 2016 9:10 AM

Best Sour Weed Strains

Lemon lovers of the planet must unite. This list contains the best weed strains that are famous for their sour citrus flavors that all of us like so much. Opening a package with the following strains is like opening the door to some exotic country with crispy air and sour aromas floating around. Sour strains are the best choice on a hot summer day when you need to feel some freshness.

 Best Sour Weed Strains

Sour Haze

Sour Haze is a pure sativa strain that is famous for its strong sour aroma and taste. The strain's genetics remain somewhat mysterious as one of the strain's parents is an unknown Haze strain. The combination of potent sativa effects and a fresh citrus flavor makes Sour Haze an energizing strain that is better to be used in the morning. The level of the strain's THC is rather high and sometimes may reach up to 26 percent. Sour Haze's buds are easily recognized as they have neon green coloring that is complemented with bright orange hairs. The strain is used to treat seasoned patients with depression, stress, and sleep disorders. If you are ready for a case of giggles and hyper motivation, Sour Haze is exactly what you need.

Super Silver Sour Diesel Haze

This sour strain is a sativa-dominant hybrid that is called “super” for a reason. Just like all other haze marijuana strains, Super Silver Sour Diesel Haze is famous for its clear and heady effects. This strain will inspire you and make you think of the ways to make your life better. The first toke will bring back the most pleasant memories of your life. In general, the strain gives you an optimistic experience that is accompanied by a pleasant spicy sourness of the smoke. The mental part of the high will wear off in about an hour, and you will continue your day with a good mood and a clear consciousness.

Thai Haze

No wonder that the cross between such strains as Thai and Haze is called Thai Haze. In addition to combining its parents' names, Thai Haze has also acquired their best qualities. Just like its both parents, Thai Haze is also a sativa strain with strongly pronounced effects. From its Thai parent, the strain took its potent but comfortable high. Haze gave its offspring a spicy flavor that only complements the sourness of Thai Haze. However, the strain has some unique diesel notes as well. Like all other strains on our list, the Thai Haze strain impresses us with its freshness and energizing effects. If you decide to try this Thailand descendant, be ready for a party because the strain's THC is high enough to hit you fast.

Sour Kush

Sour Kush is a cross between the famous strains Kush and Sour Diesel. The Sour Diesel's side of the strain's parentage provided Sour Kush with a unique combination of citrus, pine, and diesel notes that together create an unforgettable aroma. Alongside a delicious flavor of every toke that you will make, you will certainly get a strong body buzz that may last for more than two hours. It is like eating a concentrated lemon candy for adults. Unlike the previous strains that have uplifting sativa effects, Sour Kush is more couch-locking. However, your head stays clear.

Be careful with your weight when consuming any strain on our list as all of them have one thing in common—they are accompanied by munchies.

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