The Rainbow Sherbert Feminized cannabis is the product of crossing the Champagne and Blackberry variants. Both marijuana strains have balanced indica and sativa genes. As a result, the Rainbow Sherbert weed also has an equal indica and sativa ratio, allowing the tokers to experience the best of both worlds. Aside from its balanced effects, this Mary Jane also has a mouthwatering terpene profile, thanks to its parent strain.
The THC content of this ganja fluctuates between 16% and 22%. Its level will depend on how it was cultivated and the curing techniques used. With this THC composition, it is not exactly a potent variant, letting even the novice tokers and those with low tolerance enjoy this.
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Type: Balanced hybrid, Feminized
Genetics Parents: Champagne x Blackberry
Flowering Period: 8 – 9 weeks
Yield: ~1.38 oz/ft2 – indoor
Flavors: Berry, Fruity, Sweet
THC Level: 16% – 22%
CBD Level: ~1%
Harvest Period: End of September
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
The Rainbow Sherbert Feminized marijuana inherited the delectable tastes of its parent strains. Like its aroma, it will be fruity and sweet on the mouth with notes of berry. When the smoke is exhaled, a hint of mint can be felt.
Its effects can be enjoyed by both novice and seasoned smokers because its effects are just enough to deliver a buzz without overwhelming them. And since it is a balanced hybrid, tokers will feel euphoric at the same time relaxed. The uplifting effect will also make them feel more creative, focused, and inspired. However, as you increase your dosage, it can hit you hard, transforming the balance buzz into a heavy body stone that can lock the tokers on the couch.
Smoking the Rainbow Sherbert Feminized strain has proved to be efficient. Aside from delivering tasty smoke and one-of-a-kind recreational effects, it also promotes medical help.
Its uplifting high, aside from making its smoker feel happy and giggly, will also help relieve negative thoughts and feelings. As these negativities exit your system, you will also be free from anxiety, depression, and stress.
It also has pain-relieving properties, which are effective against arthritis, chronic pain, muscle tension, nausea, and spinal cord injury.
Just because a strain has so many incredible benefits to offer does not mean that it has no adverse side effects. When you have overindulged, it can trigger anxiety. No matter how enticing its taste is, it would be best if you still kept an eye on your dosage. Other than these, the usual dry mouth and dry eyes should be expected. Ease these minor drawbacks by rehydrating yourself; drink lots of water and apply eye drops when necessary.
Growing the Rainbow Sherbert Feminized plant is not like a walk in the park. Requirements are needed to be met to grow this herb successfully. Some of the requirements are a warm climate, a spacey location, enough sunlight, and lots of fresh air. Cultivators must also make sure that the place is not too humid to boost its flavor, aroma, and effects.
When grown indoors, it will take about 8 to 9 weeks before its lemon-shaped buds that have a rich forest green color, thin orange hairs, and amber-colored frosty trichome coating can be collected. Expect a yield of about 1.38 ounces of buds per square meter. On the other hand, the plant will be ready by the end of September.