Sour LSD Strain — Tart and Trippy

Wanna get a little trippy? The extremely rare, sativa-dominant Sour LSD might be just what you need to get the job done. Unlike lysergic acid diethylamide (aka LSD), the Sour LSD strain hits hard and fast with a heady, focus-inducing, and energizing euphoric rush. And, like the real-deal LSD, this strain’s high is seriously uplifting, relaxing, and long-lasting.

Whether you wanna get creative, feel inspired, or explore the outdoors with renewed fascination, Sour LSD will ensure you have a super-fun time.

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Sour LSD Strain
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With each exhale, the funky and fresh Sour LSD will tickle your tongue with notes of:

Sour citrus

      AVO Ratings



      15 -20%




      Sour LSD Strain Information

      Averaging about 15% to 20% THC, the Sour LSD strain is a cross between Sour Bubble and LSD (the strain, not the real deal). Given its name, it’s hardly surprising that this strain delivers psychedelic-like cerebral effects, which may include mild auditory and visual hallucinations with higher doses.

      As Sour LSD’s high wears on, a deep body stone gradually creeps in, which may feel almost numbing for some people. This intensely relaxing effect may slow down any creative or physical activities and might even glue some people’s tushes to the nearest soft, cushy seat.

      Aside from enjoying its energizing, trippy effects, medicinal users love Sour LSD for its ability to help alleviate depression, fatigue, stress, chronic pain, and poor focus.

      Sour LSD Strain Effects

      Uplifted 70%
      Focused 55%
      Creative 60%
      Relaxed 67%
      Helps With
      Depression 60%
      Stress 72%
      Pain 64%
      Dry Eye
      Dry Eye 48%
      Dry Mouth
      Dry Mouth 33%
      Paranoia 51%

      Sour LSD Strain Pairings

      Pairs With Music
      Tame Impala — “Lucidity”
      Tame Impala — “Lucidity” 64%
      LSD ft. Labrinth, Sia, Diplo — “Genius”
      LSD ft. Labrinth, Sia, Diplo — “Genius” 64%
      Flume, Chet Faker — “Drop the Game”
      Flume, Chet Faker — “Drop the Game” 50%

      Tame Impala — “Lucidity”: Reminiscent of tunes straight outta the trippy ’60s, this modern alt-rock jam, along with a few tokes of Sour LSD, might just have you feeling extra lucid.

      LSD ft. Labrinth, Sia, Diplo — “Genius”: Funky and super-fun to listen to, this energetic jam is a great backdrop for getting creative while you enjoy your trippy Sour LSD experience.

      Flume, Chet Faker — “Drop the Game”: With lyrics like, “hush, there’s more to life than rush,” this offbeat, soulful electronic number will draw you in and make you think, quite like Sour LSD.

      Pairs With Food
      Watermelon chunks sprinkled with Tajin
      Watermelon chunks sprinkled with Tajin 62%
      Thai food
      Thai food 57%
      Mango sorbet
      Mango sorbet 45%

      Watermelon chunks sprinkled with Tajin: Juicy, sweet, and refreshing, watermelon is a wonderful complement to Sour LSD’s bright and lifted effects. Sprinkle it with a little Tajin seasoning and enjoy the party in your mouth.

      Thai food: The complex blend of spicy, sour, sweet, and umami notes in just about any Thai dish tastes amazing while you’re flying high on some Sour LSD.

      Mango sorbet: Sweet-tart mangoes are high in myrcene, one of Sour LSD’s dominant terpenes, which makes these two a match made in heaven. Even better, mangoes can help boost the intensity of your trippy high.

      Pairs With Spirits
      Classic Daiquiri
      Classic Daiquiri 57%
      Gimlet 58%
      New York Sour
      New York Sour 64%

      Classic Daiquiri: Not the frozen kind, the shaken kind. A simple concoction of white rum, tart lime juice, and cane syrup, this classic sour cocktail complements Sour LSD’s flavors nicely.

      Gimlet: Refreshing, botanical, and a touch sour, try this gin-based cocktail alongside a few tokes of Sour LSD and enjoy your trippy buzz.

      New York Sour: Visually striking, complex, and perfectly sour-sweet, this twist on the classic whiskey sour goes great with Sour LSD’s trippy, euphoric vibe. Try this recipe.

      Where The Sour LSD Strain Is Grown

      California-based B.O.G. Seeds created the Sour LSD strain by crossing their own award-winning Sour Bubble strain with the LSD strain originally bred by Barney’s Farm.

      Sour LSD Strain Summary

      If you’re on the hunt for a daytime smoke that’ll leave you feeling happy, energized, focused, and inspired, give Sour LSD a try if you can get your hands on it. If you can’t find this rare bud, similar strains you might enjoy include Shipwreck, Nightfire OG, and Headband.

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