Big League Sherb Marijuana Strain

Hybrid Strain Hybrid 50% Sativa /50% Indica

THC: 23% - 25%

Big League Sherb, also known as “Big League Sherbet,” is an evenly balanced hybrid strain (50% indica/50% sativa) created through crossing the delicious Sherbet X Rainbow Chip strains. Best known for its super delicious flavor and high-powered effects, Big League Sherb is a great choice for any hybrid lover. Like its parent strains, Big League Sherb, has a super sweet and citrusy berry strawberry flavor with hints of sour citrus and spicy flowers. The aroma is very similar, with a flowery herbal overtone accented by sour citrusy earth and touches of creamy berries. The Big League Sherb high will settle in almost as soon as you exhale, filling your mind with a lifted sense of happiness that boosts your focus and your creativity, too. As your mind settles into this blissful state, a soothing body high will settle over you, lulling you into a state of pure relaxation and ease that leaves you dozing off and falling asleep before you know it. With these effects and its high 23-25% average THC level, Big League Sherb is often chosen to treat a variety of conditions including insomnia, chronic stress or anxiety, depression or mood swings and nausea. This bud has spade-shaped fat olive green nugs with golden amber undertones, thin orange hairs and a coating of tiny, golden amber crystal trichomes.
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This is a nice heavy classic Sherb from the earthy and berry scent to the spade shaped nugs. This particular Big League Sherb #5 (I posted the pictures of the buds in the lids) is from Seed and Strain and grown by Cannabist New Jersey. Very relaxing evening or dessert strain.

Consumption Method: BongEffects I Feel: Body High, Calming, SleepyHelp Me With: ADD/ADHD, Anxiety, Appetite LossAromas: Berry, Creamy, Dank Pungent, EarthyFlavors: Berry, Cake, Creamy
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