More About Sour Girl Autoflower Strain
Type: 70% Sativa 20% Indica 10% Ruderalis
Genetics Parents: Early Girl, Sour Diesel, and Ruderalis
Flowering Period: 8 to 9 Weeks
Climate: Sunny, Warm, Mediterranean
Yield: 160g to 175g
Flavors: Sour, Earthy
THC Level: 17.00%
CBD Level: 0.21%
Harvest Period: September to October
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavors and Effects of Sour Girl Autoflower?
Sour Girl, like its kin, has a skunky and diesel scent. You can quickly guess what the bud tastes like with parents of this caliber–extremely sour! Even so, there are traces of hash and pungent aromas. The effects are immediate and strong, giving you a burst of energy and alertness. It might feel like you’ve been struck by a truck but in the best possible way. Your mind will be filled with euphoric and optimistic thinking, which will help you brainstorm and be more creative.
If this sounds like too much of a mental trip, don’t worry: Sour Girl calms down quickly after taking you on a mental trip. After a few minutes, the Indica side of this hybrid takes over, leaving you relaxed, mellow, and cool. The symptoms of Sour Girls have not been reported to be overwhelming or related to fear or anxiety. In reality, once the Indica kicks in, you’ll get a well-balanced high that’s neither too mental nor too physical.
What are the Medical Benefits of Sour Girl Autoflower?
Chronic conditions such as discomfort, depression, exhaustion, PTSD, stress, nausea, and loss of appetite are commonly treated with the Sour Girl Strain Autoflower. Patients with stress-related disorders such as depression and PTSD should use it as a depressant medication because of its mood-enhancing properties.
Sour Girl cannabis strains also have a lasting crashing onset, making them ideal for patients suffering from chronic pains such as headaches, body exhaustion, and other ailments. It can act as an anesthetic, calming them down and allowing you to unwind. Furthermore, patients undergoing chemotherapy treatments can benefit from the antiemetic properties of this drug to help them cope with nausea and vomiting. Patients who are losing their appetite due to pre-existing illnesses, extreme pains, or mental health issues can benefit from this strain.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Sour Girl Autoflower
This strain’s side effects are usually mild and are common in most if not all marijuana strains. Patients with low tolerance, or even the highest, should consume this in moderation because the high THC content can cause adverse effects such as dizziness and paranoia. Mild discomforts such as the dry mouth and dry eyes can be avoided by staying hydrated. Sour Girl is not recommended for new smokers or those who have never tried a potent Sativa before because it starts with such a strong headbang. Beginners can start with a softer, milder strain before moving on to Sour Girl marijuana seeds.
How to Grow Sour Girl Autoflower Marijuana Seeds?
Long forest green pepper-shaped nugs with hints of scattered light amber hairs and coats of tiny crystal trichomes characterize the buds. Sour Girl is a very tolerant marijuana strain that can be grown both indoors and out. The plants usually grow to a medium to tall height. The flowers have a sticky and pungent quality to them.
Every seed produces the highest quality auto-flowering marijuana plant, which can be grown indoors or outdoors. Sour Girl will grow tall and produce generous yields of 160–175 grams if given the right conditions and nutrients.
Long, dense buds with a classic diesel aroma and flavor are generated by the dominant 70% of Sativa genes. A powerful strain with about 17 percent THC and 0.21 percent CBD produces a cerebral high that leaves users feeling very comfortable and sedated.