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The Sorbet is a strain that may make your mouth start to water. The strain is not one that will overwhelm new consumers with THC so it might be the perfect strain to start with. The fact that the strain has a large amount of CBD makes it that much more attractive. 

Below will cover what you need to know about the rare Sorbet marijuana strain. 

Sorbet Strain Genetics

Is Sorbet strain an Indica or Sativa?

Sorbet has a murky lineage with only one parent being defined in Sour Sorbet. Expect couch-lock without mental sedation which makes this an interesting high. You should also keep drinks and snacks at hand as you could be immovable for hours on end. 

Sour Sorbet tops out at an amazing 25 percent THC. The strain is a balanced hybrid of Sunset Sherbet and ⅞ Sour. Your mind will feel energized with creativity as your body slowly eases into relaxation. 

Finding strains with similar lineages can allow you to see the different effects that various hybrids have. The best thing you can do to learn about marijuana is to try different types. 

Sorbet Strain Yield

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Sorbet can be grown indoors or outdoors. If you are looking for a larger yield then growing outdoors is the best option. The plants will require some training and trimming so it is better reserved for those that have grown before. 

Indoors you can expect 8 to 10 ounces per plant. Outdoors you can expect 15 to 20 ounces per plant which is a very healthy harvest.

Yields are going to be impacted by so many factors that only experienced growers can manage them all. There are strains that yield far more than others which can be very appealing to growers. Yields listed on seed packages can be inaccurate and a sales ploy to sell more seeds. 

Sorbet Pot Strain Flowering Time

The flowering phase of Sorbet lasts 9 to 10 weeks. The appearance of the strain is neon green with a plethora of orange hairs. The covering of trichomes is very healthy when you take into consideration the potency of the strain. 

Growing any strain is going to require research to be done. This can come in the form of asking other growers or educating yourself with the variety of resources online. You might find that with some assistance, you can grow better weed than ever before. 

THC Content Of Sorbet Strain

The Sorbet strain sports a moderate amount of THC topping out at 13 percent. Smoking this with any level of smoker should be relatively easy. There are some side effects of slight anxiety but this can be quelled by consuming in moderation. 

Flavor And Aroma Of Sorbet Weed Strain

The flavor of Sorbet weed is of citrus and herbs. The aroma is similar although there have been reports of a variety of essences. The terpenes in this strain are Limonene, Valencene, and Caryophyllene. 

Limonene has a flavor and aroma of citrus which is no surprise due to its name. When paired with CBD, this terpene can generate energy in a consumer. You can also find relief from inflammation with this powerful and tasty terp. 

Valencene is named after Valencia Oranges due to its striking similarity in aroma and flavor. The uses for this strain include battling inflammation and has been known to improve mental function. 

Caryophyllene is a powerful terpene with the capability of reducing pain and inflammation in the body. Sufferers of chronic pain have found a bit of relief with this terp. Strains with this terpene are Red Headed Stranger and Ice Cream Cake

Price Of The Sorbet Pot Strain

The price of Sorbet marijuana is going to be relatively high at around $45 to $50 per 1/8th of an ounce. A full oz. is going to cost $280 to $300.

States are slowly legalizing marijuana for medicinal and recreational use around the country. Federal legalization could see prices being far more uniform from state to state. Oregon currently has some of the cheapest weed in the country with California being expensive. Shopping around is always important if you want to stretch your budget for getting high for the month. 

Sorbet Seeds

Sorbet strain weed seeds are going to prove very difficult to find online or from a grower. Some growers would rather focus on more potent strains although the yield of Sorbet is large. Be careful with seed banks as it is illegal to have them shipped although some banks will send them regardless of legality. 

If you do get lucky enough to find seeds or cuttings, you need to make sure to grow this strain with care. You might be the only grower in your local area with flower of this rare strain. Rare strains can be very valuable when it comes to trading with other growers. 

Medical Conditions This Strain Can Help

Marijuana is an amazing plant and its compounds have a number of medical benefits. The more the plant is studied, it seems like more conditions are found that can be treated with cannabis. Sorbet can help with the following medical conditions:

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  • Chronic Pain
  • PMS
  • Glaucoma
  • Migraines
  • Stress
  • Fibromyalgia

The CBD content in Sorbet is massive with up to 11 percent CBD. The relief that you can find from a strain like this is far superior to those strains that have THC with little to no CBD. 

Final Words On The Sorbet Weed Strain

The Sorbet strain is one you’ll want to grab if you are lucky enough to find it in your local dispensary. If you search long enough and check with dispensaries, you might be in luck. Forming a friendship with a dispensary employee can give you insight as to when certain strains will become available. 

There are so many strains named after sweets that it can be nearly impossible to name them all. What is a strain named after a treat that you have enjoyed recently?

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Gavin Kushman

Gavin is a worldly adventurer and cannabis connoisseur, embarking on journeys that take him to the far corners of the globe to explore and document the varied effects, flavors, and histories of both renowned and lesser-known strains. From the misty high-altitude farms of the Hindu Kush highlands to the vibrant cannabis cafes of Amsterdam, Gavin's quest for knowledge spans continents. A recognized authority in the cannabis industry, he frequently lends his expertise to leading publications such as Cannabis Training University, where his captivating blog articles chronicle his unique experiences with different cannabis strains.

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