All About Sangria Weed Strain
Sangria is a Sativa cross of Vintners Moonshine and Querkle parent strains. This cannabis has inherited a spicy and pungent aroma from its parents and developed remarkable analgesic properties. The average THC level is 18-35%, making it suitable for experienced smokers.
The most distinctive feature of this weed is its scent. Smokers incessantly talk about fresh grape scents combined with notes of vodka. The taste of the strain is reminiscent of fruity red wine with a bit of sourness.
Most Common Effects
Sangria cannabis strain is well-known for its arousing properties. Smokers also mark it as a great painkiller. In most cases, the high begins with a surge of euphoria, which turns into an energized state of mind and creativity. It is also likely to have a significant increase in appetite, so make sure you prepare snacks for your afternoon tokes. People also mention the following effects:
Users who have tried this strain also report slurred speech and rapid heartbeat as side effects. But Sangria weed is also popular among patients with the following conditions:
- Muscle Spasms
Tips for Growing Sangria Strain
This plant may not be a good choice for beginners in gardening, as it won’t be very easy to grow Sangria on your own. But the reward is a fairly short flowering period of 8-9 weeks. If you plan to keep your buds outside, prepare to harvest in October. The bushes themselves are short and give average yields.