i don't usually like indica blends so much, but friends have been hyping this strain to me so i was like "ey what the heck, i'll try it" and i got myself some. after taking two or so hits from my bowl, i immediately started feeling very anxious and scared! i was seeing shit out of the corner of my eyes, which made shit feel scarier for me. i even saw a ghost and stuff? i became convinced that a demon was haunting me and spent the whole night with the lights on lmao. it sucked. i smoked it again, and pretty much got the same results, except to a lesser extent (probably since i was already expecting it). putting aside the worrying hallucinations i was having (seeing evil ghosts and shit) i also felt my anxiety, paranoia, and depression sky rocket! i wouldn't recommend this strain to anyone.....
Indica Dominant Hybrid - 85% Indica / 15% Sativa
THC: 15% - 19%Sherbet, also known as Sunset Sherbet, is an indica dominant hybrid (85% indica/15% sativa) strain created through a tasty cross of the potent Girl Scout Cookies X Pink Panties strains. The name of this bud says it all in terms of the flavor – Sherbet has a sweet creamy minty flavor accented by fresh sugary fruits and a tangy exhale. The aroma has a sweet cookie effect that's accented by sour fruits and a creamy effect that's released as the nugs are broken apart. Sherbet buds have Christmas tree shaped minty green nugs with long orange hairs and a coating of tiny white crystal trichomes. The Sherbet high is definitely one that's truly unique – it has both energizing and calming effects that are ideal for treating a wide variety of conditions. The high starts with a euphoric energetic lift that boosts your mood and leaves you feeling completely happy although relaxed in both mind and body. As your head high builds, your body will fall into a lazy state that lulls you into a slightly couch-locked state with a pang of hunger, although you won't be sleepy at all. Because of these effects and its high 15-19% THC level, Sherbet is said to be perfect for treating conditions such as mood swings, depression, chronic stress or anxiety, and chronic pain.