Sunburn Strain

Sativa Dominant Hybrid 80% Sativa / 20% Indica

THC: 16% - 17%

Sunburn is a sativa dominant hybrid (80% sativa/20% indica) strain created through crossing the infamous (Island Sweet Skunk X Rug Burn OG) X Gupta Kush strains. Don't let the name scare you – you won't get burned by this sweet lady! The Sunburn flavor dances across your tongue with sweet fruity flavors accented by tropical citrus and a subtle earthiness. The smell is very earthy and sweet with a slightly pungent floral overtone accented by fresh citrus and rich tropical fruits. Each gorgeous nug is spattered with bright orange hairs and vibrant crystal trichomes that stick to your fingers as you break them apart. Almost immediately after you exhale its sweet tropical flavor, you'll feel dazzling bright cerebral effects kick in, lifting your energy and your spirits to new heights. These uplifting effects are so vibrant, in fact, that you'll feel like you're a little too close to the sun, so be sure to avoid if you suffer from anxiety. In combination with its high 16-17% average THC level, these heady effects make Sunburn perfect for treating fatigue, mood swings, depression, and hypertension, among many other conditions.
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I just legally grew one plant of this strain this Summer. (Personal production) It's the best strain I've ever smoked. Ever. Gentle, dreamy, cerebral. Watch your spacial distance on it and don't drive while it's working on your symptoms. Strong stuff- but at the same time nurturing.

I just purchased this strain for the first time in compassionate sciences in Bellmaur New Jersey . I love it! It's a great sativa with a mild taste. Great cerebral happy high. Not any signs of paranoia or racy thoughts. It works great for my ms pain, inflammation, & muscle spasms. No dry mouth or dry eye which is a problem I have with most strains. If you can get your hands on some by all means try it. It is now my favorite sativa strain. Happy toking!

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