From the moment you first catch a whiff of Sour Kosher, you’ll never forget this pungent and powerful hybrid strain. With its nose-gripping aroma and glistening buds that can stop you in your tracks, it’s no wonder this strain has quickly become a rising star in the world of weed. But Sour Kosher is more than a pretty face. In fact, fans are flocking to this strain for the energetic and blissful high that it reportedly provides.
In every way possible, Sour Kosher is one high-powered strain. Even its buds can be blinding, with frosty, resin-covered leaves and shades of orange and purple. Of course, the aroma of Sour Kosher will take center stage once it hits your nostrils. Your nose hairs may curl at its gassy scent reminiscent of diesel mixed with a complex sweet citrus flavor.
Sour Kosher generally has a THC level around 19%, but that number can range upward into the mid-20’s. Whatever the dosage, be prepared to get knocked sideways when the effects hit your brain. Many say Sour Kosher gave them an instant jolt of energy and euphoria, making it an ideal wake-and-bake strain. While people said Sour Kosher left them feeling ready to dive into creativity or socializing, some say the high from this strain is a little too cerebral and hazy to inspire productivity or focus.
Regardless if Sour Kosher leaves you ready to space out or speed through the day, you’re likely to feel this strain’s all-over body tingle and hunger-sparking vibes. This makes it a good choice for anyone seeking daytime relief for nausea or a loss of appetite. It’s also known for its ability to relieve pain from migraines and other types of headaches, in addition to arthritis and inflammation.
It makes sense that an instantly classic strain like Sour Kosher comes from an equally iconic breeder. DNA Genetics is the force behind other famous names like Chocolope, Clementine, Tangie and Strawberry Banana.
Sour Kosher combines the benefits of two legendary strains: Kosher Kush and Sour Diesel. If you’re looking for a less energizing or jittery strain that can also help get your creative juices flowing, try close relatives such as Kosher Tangie or Grapefruit Diesel. Or, explore regional twists on the Sour Diesel strain with Amherst Sour Diesel or West Coast Sour Diesel.