The Sherbet strain is ideal for cultivation novices since it is very low maintenance. Resistant naturally to many common mildews and mold, orange sherbet weed produces great results even for beginner growers. If you’re an experienced cultivator, Sunset Sherbet strain is an excellent addition to bring more variety to your grow.
Rarely, some users report mild anxiety or paranoia during their use of orange sherbet weed, however it’s fairly unlikely to occur. Headaches are another occasionally reported side-effect, but they too are rare. For most users, dry eyes and cotton mouth are really the only two issues to be concerned about.
Sunset Sherbet cannabis has recently become more popular with medicinal users thanks to its ability to relieve both severe and mild anxiety, stress and depression. With its uplifting properties, this strain is ideal for helping improve mental health disorders, and it is now used by several cancer patients who not only appreciate its anxiety and stress-relieving properties but also find it beneficial in boosting their appetite, reducing their nausea and easing chronic pain, all three of which symptoms are often negative side-effects of cancer treatments.
In appearance, this strain features classic marijuana buds, although, as you might guess from its name, it has some sunset shades too. Its sugar leaves can be neon green, yellow or rusty brown, while the pistils are bright orange and the crystalline trichomes make its nugs glisten under the light. With a medium height, Sunset Sherbet has bushy, thick stems which feature dense flowers.
Be aware that the Sherbet strain tends to have a lower yield – you can usually expect about 8oz per square meter if you’re growing indoors or 11oz per plant if you’re growing outdoors.
Both medicinal and recreational users will be pleased to learn that there are only minimal negative side-effects reported when using the Sunset Sherbet strain. Dry eyes and mouth are the most commonly reported problems. Both of these are manageable. Drinking lots of water before, during and after using and keeping moisturizing eye drops to hand can resolve both of these minor problems rapidly.
Sunset Sherbet has risen in popularity during the last few years thanks to its fabulous flavor and aroma. Its sweet yet earthy notes have been compared to berries, fruits or even a natural kind of bubblegum, all topped with tree-like overtones.
You’ll need to grow the Sherbet strain in a Mediterranean-style, warm and shaded climate which should have daytime temperatures of around 70 degrees Fahrenheit. This is very simple for indoor growers to maintain, although monitoring humidity levels is vital. Orange sherbet strain is best grown in soil rather than using hydroponics, and it has a flowering period of about eight weeks. If you’re growing outdoors, harvesting will usually fall in late September or early October.
Despite its high indica ratio, the Sherbet strain produces effects which are surprisingly similar to a sativa. It has powerful psychoactive effects which boost your motivation, creativity, imagination and inspiration. Users rarely report sedation or drowsiness but they do feel distressed and relaxed yet with a feeling of being grounded. This strain is a great choice for social gatherings with friends or for exploring your creative side when listening to music or watching a movie thanks to the child-like and playful perspective it offers. Sunset Sherbet is a great choice for smoking during the evening since it’ll really help you unwind.
Sunset Sherbet Strain Snapshot Strain Name Sunset Sherbet Strain Other Common Names Orange Sherbet, Sherbet Weed THC Content 15% – 19% CBD Content 0.0% – 0.05% Origin / Lineage Girl Scout Cookies x Pink Panties Type Hybrid Genetics 85% Indica, 15% Sativa Aroma & Flavor Sherbet, Fruity, Berry, Sweet, Orange, Lemon