The Sherbert cannabis strain is a hybrid with dark and dense buds that resemble miniature trees. Its buds are a forest green color with hints of violet and fiery orange pistils scattered throughout. Created by crossing GSC and Pink Panties, this strain lives up to its name with a smooth aroma and taste. It has notes of vanilla and undertones of berry and mint that linger on the palate.
Consumers describe the high of Sherbert as uplifting, making it a great choice for social activities. Although it leans more towards being an indica, it reportedly doesn’t induce extreme laziness or sleepiness. It provides an active mind with improved focus, while also allowing the body to feel relaxed as the joints loosen and muscles unwind.
The THC levels of Sherbert can vary depending on cultivation and curing techniques. The dominant terpenes found in this strain are Beta Caryophyllene, Limonene, and Linalool.
(Cannabinoid Lab Data)
– THC: 23.8067%
(Terpene Lab Data)
– Beta Caryophyllene: 0.3074%
– Limonene: 0.1784%
– Linalool: 0.1773%
– Beta Myrcene: 0.1153%
My Review of the Sherbert Strain:
I recently had the pleasure of smoking Sherbert, and let me tell you, it was an absolute delight! The moment I took my first hit, a wave of relaxation swept over me, instantly relieving any stress or tension I had been feeling. The flavors were incredible; a perfect balance of sweetness and creaminess with hints of citrus that danced on my taste buds. As I continued to indulge, I found myself drifting into a state of blissful euphoria, as a gentle uplift in my mood settled in. The Sherbert strain definitely lived up to its reputation, offering a deliciously smooth and uplifting experience that left me wanting more.