HHC Flower Sour Diesel
Mix one of the most renowned strains of all time with the heady potency of the HHC cannabinoid and you’ve got the recipe for one of the best sativa experiences on the market today.
Coming onto the scene in the early 1990s, Sour Diesel has since received almost every cannabis award in the business while continuing to be a go-to choice for consumers nearly 30 years after its release.
Take one whiff of Sour D and it’s clear how the strain got named. It’s strong skunky, gas-like scent is a dead giveaway. It’s not the kind of flower you can easily hide. If you’re smoking Sour Diesel, people in the next room will know it. The other part of its names comes from its taste, which is mostly lemon with a sprinkling of pepper.
This Sour Diesel HHC flower starts with a core of completely organic Sour Diesel hemp plant, adds a layer of powerful HHC, and tops it off with a generous amount of kiefed CBG isolate. The result is a killer daytime strain that delivers more potency than Delta 8 flower with an extra energizing punch.
Our Sour D flower is grown with strict organic farming practices. Each plant is allowed to reach full, natural maturity and grown indoors or in light-assisted greenhouses. The creates natural and healthy hemp plants that are allowed to live up to the awesome power of their genetics.
Our HHC is applied through a proprietary solventless process that ensures maximum potency without the worry of negative effects from harsh chemicals.
If your serious about the highest-quality sativa HHC bud, this is it.
How does Sour Diesel HHC Flower Make You Feel?
Sour Diesel creates a high-octane experience. This strain isn’t regular unleaded; it’s the gas that racecars use.
The fast-acting sativa strain is a rocket-fuel trip that takes you from 0 to 60 in seconds flat. It delivers wave of euphoric sensations and a full tank of energy within three tokes.
Sour Diesel HHC flower is the strain enthusiasts reach for when they need a jolt of midday energy or want a smooth and cerebral experience.
The high is heady, but not foggy. It brings happy feelings without the drag of a body high. And, because this is an HHC flower, the cerebral boost is amped up.
Where Delta 8 THC can be felt slightly more in the body, HHC flower is a headier kind of flower. It’s the right choice for day time use, social usage, and to enjoy before going out.
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What Strains Make Sour Diesel?
The origins of Sour Diesel are as legendary as the strain itself. While its exact parentage is unknown, many expert growers have reached a consensus about where Sour D likely comes from.
It’s known that Sour Diesel sprung from a varietal of the Chem dawg strain, but its parent is somewhat debated.
For clues as to what strain supplied the other 50 percent of Sour D’s DNA, cannabis breeders have turned to genetics. Basic lab tests reveal that Sour Diesel is composed of 90% sativa genes and 10% sativa genes.
It’s also helpful to look at it physical attributes. Sour Deez grows taller than most cannabis plants, often reaching heights over four feet. It grows best in Mediterranean climate conditions (an environment that spans 70-80 degrees Fahrenheit during the day) and it prefers a humidity level between 65 and 70%.
Sour Diesel’s buds are round and mid-sized with a bright yellow-greenish leaf coloration and a light-orange pistils. Its buds are covered with resinous trichomes that sparkle both inside and out.
All this evidence points toward a potential sativa-heavy parent with a skunky aroma and a powerful high. Most growers say it’s probably a varietal of Northern Lights or a phenotype of Skunk. However, an urban legend holds that a long-forgotten strain simply called “Diesel” was its true other parent.
Is HHC a form of THC?
HHC or hexahydrocannabinol is a molecule that occurs naturally in the cannabis plant. And while it shares many similarities with THC, it’s not a type of THC.
Not only that, HHC has two distinct advantages over regular Delta 9 THC. First, HHC is legal is more places than D9 THC. Second, it lasts a lot longer.
The HHC found in commercially available products isn’t extracted from the plant. Naturally, it makes up less than 1% of hemp plants, so harvesting it isn’t cost-effective.
The HHC that coats this Sour Diesel flower starts out as CBD harvested from organic hemp plants. Through a solventless process call hydrogenation, the CBD is converted into HHC. It’s similar to the way vegetable oil is changed into margarine. In simple terms, it works like this: hydrogen is added to CBD and then heated until it undergoes a chemical change into HHC.
In this sense, HHC is more closely related to CBD than THC.
However, in terms of mental and physical effects, HHC is far more like THC than CBD. That’s because HHC interacts with the endocannabinoid system in much the same way that Delta 8 THC does.
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