The strain mixes Black Creek Garden’s Spyder (who has a background in Sputnik # 2 and Lowryder) and MDanzig’s Sour60, a snappy 60-day auto-flower rooted in Master Kush, DJ Short’s Blueberry, Sour Bubble, and Diesel Ryder. Sour Spyder buds, with dark amber hairs and chunky amber crystal trichomes, have small tight and dense rounded purple nugs.
Flavor and Effects of Sour Spyder
The diesel tones with sour and sweet hints this strain will bring on its flavor. Nearly as soon as you exhale, you will feel an immediate influx of cerebral effects, filling your mind with a tingly sense of energy and euphoria. This slightly buzzy effect will soon spread all over your body, leaving you quite excited and very relaxed. If you’re not careful, this calming condition can become sedative, so be careful if you’re planning to get up and do anything.
Medical Benefits of Sour Spyder
If you suffer from depression or fatigue, this strain can help. You’ll feel like everything in your life will go the way you want them to after taking the Sour Spyder. On the other hand, the Sour Spyder’s calming nature can relieve your nerves and muscles. This can contribute to the tolerability of intense pain and inflammation.
Negative Effects of Sour Spyder
Sour Spyder’s common side effects include dry mouth, dry eyes, and anxiousness. When you consume too much of the strain in one moment, the latter will probably happen.
Growing Sour Spyder
Sour Spyder reacts well with the Sea of Green (SOG) method. Thus, it gives the best yield and potent on that method. Additionally, you can choose where to grow this as it can be grown indoors or outdoors in a sub-tropical climate.