90% Sativa /10% Indica
Sour Diesel, otherwise known as “Sour D” or “Sour Deez” is a sativa dominant hybrid strain with a 90:10 sativa/indica ratio. The origin of Sour Diesel is frequently debated within the marijuana community. Some say it’s a cross between mass super skunk and 91 Chemdog, while others claim that it’s a cross between Mexican sativa and a Chemdog phenotype. Either way, you can undoubtedly look forward to a high like no other. Couch lock and a “heavy feeling” aren’t a factor when smoking sour diesel. Instead, you can expect an invigorating cerebral high that open up doors of creativity. This strain is commonly used amongst medical patients to relieve anxiety, depression, and chronic fatigue. Although sour diesel consists of some indicia, it’s not the best strain for insomnia and other similar ailments because of the stimulating and lively head high that it delivers. Due to the effervescent contained within this strain, many people choose to smoke sour diesel at the beginning of their day for a head start. The potency of this strain is just enough to give you a great high and become your daily toke. The word “diesel” in sour diesel didn’t come out of absolutely nowhere. This strain has one of the most pungent aromas of any strain, similar to Diesel Gas with a hint of lemon. You can expect a smooth toke with a slight lemon aftertaste. The appearance of sour diesel is composed of dense light green mug covered in orange hairs.
What is Live Resin?
Live Resin is a process/method of creating a cannabis concentrate and also the name for the end product. The live resin manufacturing process is similar to those of other concentrates, i.e. purging the plant with solvents (usually butane) and creating a concentrated substance of various texture, density and so on. But, it is a bit more complicated and for a good reason.
How is Live Resin made? How is Live Resin different from other concentrates?
Live Resin is very similar to wax, shatter, and other extracts. The main difference is using fresh flower – no stems or fan leaves – with no curing or drying involved. The plant is preserved through freezing, e.g. flash freezing with the help of liquid nitrogen, thus saving the terpenes or the so-called essential oils of the cannabis trichomes, and preserving the flavors. Live Resin is very popular among cannabis connoisseurs, as it is a concentrate that comes with the full flavor and high terpene profile of the flower, although critics say that by not using the whole plant in extraction, the profile is not as rich and lacks minor but equally important terpenes.
Live resin also differs in texture. It is more liquid than the average extract and comes in a variety of consistencies like badder, sugar, sap, sauce and so on. The more terpenes there are, the more fluid the product is.