The Sour Diesel Strain Guide

Whole flower hemp CBD in Sour Diesel is an old school way to enjoy the contemporary benefits of all-natural cannabidiol, especially for folks looking for a pure, clean, and organic experience. Hemp Delight Whole Flower CBD is teeming with a full-spectrum of cannabinoids and terpenes, making our Sour Diesel strain as legendary as its namesake. It’s a pungent, fast-acting, long-lasting way to imbibe CBD, and it’s drawn a considerable amount of excitement from consumers like you.

But what is Sour Diesel, and why is this classic strain so unique?

Sour Diesel, which is sometimes referred to as East Coast Sour Diesel by those in-the-know, is believed to be a descendant of strains such as OG Kush and ChemDawg. However, much of its true lineage has been lost to the annals of history.

A sativa by nature, Sour Diesel seems to have more of an indica feel to most users. It’s a very “chill” strain, giving users an overwhelming feeling of easiness. In other words, it’s not made for productivity. As for the plant itself, it’s been referred to as an odd-looking beast, and one that’s quite pungent at that. Sour Diesel has a skunky-citrus scent that will overwhelm any room.

Did you know? Sour Diesel is thought to be a hybrid of Original Diesel, itself a mix of ChemDawg and a Super Skunk/Northern Lights hybrid, and DNL, though its origins are a bit murky.

The original Sour Diesel is known to hit users in the head before moving through their bodies. A popular strain among all types of users, it’s highly potent and highly sought after.

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Sour Diesel, which is sometimes referred to as East Coast Sour Diesel by those in-the-know, is believed to be a descendant of strains such as OG Kush and ChemDawg. However, much of its true lineage has been lost to the annals of history.

The History of Sour Diesel

According to sites like Wikileaf, a strain like Sour Diesel has unknown origins due to the underground nature of the cannabis trade in the 1980s and 1990s. Back then, it was rare to see anyone write anything down for fear of — well, we all know why they didn’t write anything down. But because of that, to this day, no one knows how this now legendary strain came to be.

Still, many in the community have their ideas, and stories have been floated. Some say that an Original Diesel strain accidentally crossed with a DNL plant, producing an East Coast Sour Diesel clone. While many have tried to recreate this process in seed form, few have succeeded, and fewer have found perfection.

But others have different theories, remembering — or misremembering — the history in their own way. They say that Sour Diesel was born of Chemdawg, a cross of Chemdawg and Northern Lights, or even Chemdawg, Northern Lights, and Skunk #1.

The truth is, we’ll never know for sure.

The Look and Feel of Sour Diesel

Sour Diesel is a unique bud, harsh in appearance but still loved for its own personal beauty. Users will first notice its medium-sized round buds and yellowish or greenish leaves. Mixed throughout are little red pistils or hairs, which give the bud an overall very colorful look. It tackles a bit more effort to grow Sour Diesel than it does its cousin Original Diesel. However, even though the plant produces lighter buds, it still produces an abundant yield, adding to its overall popularity.

Breaking open the buds of Sour Diesel makes it apparent where the strain bears its name. Users are walloped with an immediate, pungent gasoline smell with just a hint of orange. Musk and pine sap are woven into the mix as well, with all of it intensifying as the buds are broken up,

Did you know? The more break up the buds of Sour Diesel, the more pungent it becomes.

As for its taste, Sour Diesel attacks the tongue as much as it does the nose. Users describe a mix of skunk and citrus combined with menthol that leaves an aftertaste for a good long while. It’s harsh — notoriously so —, and the resulting smoke will cause users to expectorate or cough for a moment.

Moreover, the smoke is sour, and first-time users describe it as unpleasant. However, those who have an acquired taste prefer it above all other strains. It’s recommended that users take slow, small puffs when using Sour Diesel, as longer, deeper hits will end up causing coughing fits.

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Sour Diesel is a unique bud, harsh in appearance but still loved for its own personal beauty. Users will first notice its medium-sized round buds and yellowish or greenish leaves.

What Sour Diesel Feels Like

Whole flower hemp CBD is a revelation in the world of cannabidiol, giving users the option to enjoy a smoke in ways they never thought they would be able to again. When it comes to Sour Diesel, users describe a subtle feeling that begins in the head and moves throughout the body — remember, this is CBD, so it doesn’t cause a high. Others say ’s a very cerebral experience.

Sour Diesel is the ideal strain for anyone hoping to forget about a long week at work or looking to catch up on an entire season of Netflix during the weekend. It’s the perfect way to forget about everything for a short period and focus on yourself. Many users have said, anecdotally, that creative types and over-thinkers will enjoy Sour Diesel, as it will help to slow them down.

Hemp Delight Whole Flower CBD

If Sour Diesel sounds like the strain for you, try Hemp Delight Whole Flower CBD. It’s an authentic, classic way to enjoy the full-bodied flavor of cannabinoids, complete with a full-spectrum of terpenes, flavonoids, and more. And with Sour Diesel, you can have the pungent, fast-acting, long-lasting herb to make your weekend yours.

As we always say, our all-natural hemp flower CBD can be enjoyed like a traditional bud for maximum effect, alone or with a group of friends. Practical users looking to tease out the plant’s terpenes and other compounds may prefer to use a dry herb vape, which allows for dosage control and quicker onset time.

And if Sour Diesel isn’t for you, we have a whole array of strains, from Cuban Smack to Hawaiian Haze to Wagyu and more. So try whole flower hemp CBD today and see what it can do for you.

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