Though its name suggests a blend of Sour Diesel and Cherry Pie, in fact Sour Cherry descends from Sage ‘N’ Sour OG and Buddha’s Sister, both Dutch hybrids. The smell is unique and not entirely pleasant, with strong notes of cherry and rotten fruit. This strain tastes of cherry, lemon, lime, and menthol, as well as sour notes of whiskey. Sour Cherry is a sativa/indica hybrid with an unknown ratio of sativa to indica, though the effects lean toward indica. There’s no publicly available data on THC levels in this strain, and the same goes for CBD contents, but the lack of information on CBD alone suggests Sour Cherry isn’t a great choice for patients who need that chemical to treat seizures or other conditions. The THC, however much there may be, produces a strong, calming body buzz that’s ideal for relieving the symptoms of low mood, chronic physical pain, and sleepless nights. Reports on adverse effects are hard to come by, but users can expect red eyes and dry mouth, as well as possible paranoia and dizziness. Sour Cherry can be found in a handful of dispensaries in Oregon but isn’t popular much of anywhere.