This strain is quickly becoming a favorite strain on the West Coast. With Pink Panties, GSC, and Sunset Sherbert in its lineage, this strain doesn’t mess around.
The cured nuggets of Sherblato weed are a deep olive green with light orange pistils and tiny patches of violet here and there.
They have a dense quality to them but can break up easily without too many trichomes sticking to your fingers or grinder.
Sherblato THC content can fluctuate depending on a batch’s cultivation and curing techniques, so be sure to check before making yourself a serving.
THC to CBD ratio could be as much as 100:1 if the plant’s CBD content is 0.2% or less.
THC content can change depending on a batch’s growth conditions and curing practices.
An extremely strong and flavorful strain that’s not recommended for beginners.
Her flower tends to be quite dark in color and takes on a popcorn type of shape yet each nug is brightened up by lavender colored crystals.
One of the more flavorful strains on dispensary shelves, you’ll experience notes of sweet and tart fruit and citrus with hints of fuel and nuts.
Many describe her scent as candy-like, so it’s best to smoke her where it’s safe for others to smell it.
some users find that Sherblato takes on some pretty relaxing effects.
Initially, you might notice a feeling of a cerebral boost that brings along euphoria and a sense of introspection, and while this could lead to creativity for some, others utilize it to socialize.
Enjoy this lift while you can, because in most cases, her high will take you down to a relaxed and hazy place next, and although you won’t necessarily become tired, your productivity will probably fade away.
- sativa dominant strain
- 30% Indica / 70% Sativa
- 21-22 THC levels
- CBD level less then 2%
- CBN content less then 1%
It has a Forest green medium sized nugs which are popcorn shape encased in dark green sugar leaves with sparse red and orange hairs.
The flowers are covered in blue and purple hues and a thick layer of sticky resin white crystal trichomes.
A sour tropical citrus earthy flavor profile with notes of berries and tart fruit.
Be prepared for some intense and complex flavors of diesel and sharp citrus on inhale.
The sherblato strain has a variety of flavors; Fruity, Nutty, Sour, Sweet, Tropical
Sherblato weed strain produces a unique candy-like fragrance and sweetness combined with herbal and gas like notes.
A delicious and robust aroma accented with nutty cookie undercurrent.
It also has a Earthy, Fruity, Pungent, Sour, Sweet, Tropical
SHERBLATO STRAIN EFFECTS:
- Out of this world physical relaxation effects that last for hours without losing that head high.
- Transitioning your mind and body into intense cerebral thinking and mild euphoria.
- Can leave you feeling tingly and buzzy, putting your thoughts at ease without a couch lock.
- Cerebral boost that brings a sense of interaction and creativity.
- Dry eyes and dry mouth are common negative side effects so have some eye drops and drinks ready.
- It makes you feel a bit more Focused.
This strain also makes you feel Creative, Social, Happy, Relaxed
Those affected by muscle spasms or other forms of chronic pain will benefit from the sativa dominance.
Sherblato medical marijuana is a great way to manage those everyday discomforts.
These are suggestions and are not intended as professional medical advice.
The uncertainty behind the origins of Sherblato makes this one quite challenging to grow.
Based on information on its parent and grandparent strains, Sherblato likely prefers a Mediterranean climate with warmer temperatures and some humidity.
However, the plant’s resistance to mold, pests, and diseases is yet to be determined. In general, the more successful you are in providing ideal conditions, the greater your yields.
Cultivation methods can influence the exact Sherblato strain THC levels produced, but you can expect around 20-23%.
Sherblato can be grown indoors, outdoors, and in a greenhouse, though training, and topping, will be required.
Training the plants to grow laterally will save on space and improve light exposure and ventilation.
The plant grows roughly 5-7 feet tall with dark, moss green leaves and modest, popcorn-shaped buds.
The buds are forest green with light orange pistils and touches of violet and amethyst, covered in a coating of crystalline trichomes that almost reflect the shades of purple.
To further bring out these purple hues, be sure to reduce the temperature during the early flowering stage.
Seeds may be hard to come by locally, but several online seed banks keep stock.
When purchasing Sherblato, pay attention to the indica sativa ratio of the specific phenotype.
The plants have a flowering time of 7-9 weeks. Trichomes contain the most THC at the start of maturity when the color is still milky-white.
If you’re looking for more body-hitting effects, wait until the trichomes are mostly amber (+- 9 weeks) before harvesting.
On average, sherblato has an indoor yields which will be around 1-2 oz/ft2, though some have claimed to harvest up to 4 oz/ft2.
Growing sherblato strain outdoor yields are around 2-3 oz/plant on average.