King Sherbet Strain Indica Or Sativa?

King Sherbet Strain

What Strain Is King Sherbet?

King sherbet is an indica-dominant hybrid strain (70%Indica/30%Sativa) created with high THC levels and a low CBD content. Ancestry includes sunset sherbet marijuana strain, a 3rd-place winner at the 2017 Amsterdam Cannabis Cup. This California native gets its name from its dessert-like flavors of lime, berry, and sherbet and sometime goes by Sherbert OG or Sunset Sherbert. As your body settles into a deeply relaxed state, you’ll feel a sharp pang of hunger accompanied by couch lock and sleepiness that makes this bud perfect for lazy nights spent at home. It is recommended that you eat something before consuming this strain if you aren’t an experienced user or if you don’t want to experience anxiety or paranoia after smoking. Suitable for the Sea of Green and Screen of Green growing methods. We advise consulting the cannabis community for more grow tips.

King Sherbet Strain Info:

The lineage is a cross between Girl scout cookies and Pink panties weed strains bred by In House Genetics.



Oversized Christmas tree-shaped minty green nugs with deep purple leaves. These flower buds are covered in orange hairs and a thick frosty layer of white trichomes crystal resin.


This bud has a deliciously sweet fruity berry flavor profile with a lightly creamy exhale.


The aroma of king sherbet weed strain is very earthy and herbal with a peppery pungency that’s accented by hints of berries and dark fruit.

King Sherbet Strain Effects:

This can be a bit of a creeper, so don’t be surprised if you don’t feel much for the first 5 minutes after smoking or vaping this THC content. When it does kick in, though, expect to feel tingly and warm all over—and maybe even a bit sleepy. The high starts with a euphoric lifting your mood instantly and infusing you with a sense of giddiness. As your mind settles, the body effects will begin to drop off into a deep relaxing body buzz that doesn’t cause any sort of sedation. Dry eyes and dry mouth are negative side effects, so have some eye drops and drinks ready.


In particular, sativa strains have shown to be effective in treating stress, depression, and chronic pain. It is also helpful for nausea, headaches, and lack of appetite in patients going through cancer treatment’s. These are suggestions and are not a substitute for professional medical advice.

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