Weak strain but smelled amd tasted great
Sativa Dominant Hybrid - 70% Sativa / 30% Indica
THC: 21% - 22%Sherblato is a rare sativa dominant hybrid strain created through a delicious combination of the infamous Sherbet X Gelato strains. Named for its super delicious flavor, Sherblato brings on the super fruity tastes with a lightly sour tropical citrus exhale with each and every toke. The aroma follows the same profile, although with a gassy pungent overtone that has a touch of nutty cookie to it. The Sherblato high is just as delightful as the flavor, with stoney effects that will have you kicking back in deep introspection after just a few tokes. The high starts in the head with a relaxing lift that fills your mind with happy, unfocused thoughts before letting it slip away into blissful oblivious haze. As your mind settles further and further, your body will begin to fade away, too, leaving you totally stoned both mentally and physical and incredibly happy about it. Thanks to these effects and its high 21-22% average THC level, Sherblato is said to be perfect for treating conditions such as chronic pain, migraines or headaches and chronic stress or anxiety. This bud has small popcorn-shaped forest green nugs with dark olive green leaves, deep amber hairs and a coating of tiny purple-tinted white crystal trichomes.
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This one for some reason dissapointed me. Usualy 70/30 combos are the best but this strain didn't do much for me.
I'm an avid smoker. 😊 This strain has the flavor and the kick. Tasty and smooth it creeps up on you in a relaxing way. Not the knock out kind, this will leave you functional and happy. I "highly" recommend it if you are lucky enough to come across it. Sherblato ...
I smoked this strain before going to a trampoline park and let me just say the high was remarkable. Not only was I delighted with the fruity sensations whilst I smoked, but I was also extremely happy and felt like I was flying when I jumped on the trampolines. On top of that, the smell itself gave me a nosegasm. I would recommend greatly.
Seems to take care of virtually everything