SOUR TSUNAMI Hemp
Sour Tsunami is a Sativa-dominant hybrid that was first bred by Lawrence Ringo of the Southern Humboldt Seed Collective. After crossing an NYC Diesel with the Sour Diesel strain and back-crossing it with a Sour Diesel clone, Ringo then crossed the resulting genetics, which he named Double Diesel, to a West Coast Sativa-dominant strain called Ferrari. In 2010, Ringo then crossed those genes back with Sour Diesel, and the strain known as Sour Tsunami was officially bred.
The strain, which won second place in 2018 for best hemp flower at Colorado’s famed Rooster Cup, is known for its effective pain-relieving attributes, for easing depression, reducing nausea, and increasing appetite.
Look, Feel, and Experience
Sour Tsunami is a strain that became famous for being one of the first to be specifically bred for high hemp compounds rather than THC content. The result is a strain that’s effective at treating pain and inflammation without producing a significant “high” that is linked to high THC. This sativa-dominant hybrid flowers within 9 weeks, producing dense, dark green buds with dark green and purple-tinged leaves. The buds have a familiar musky diesel smell with sweet undertones.
Terpenes and Cannabinoids
Native Hemp Co’s Sour Tsunami is well above average in Cannabinoids at 22.5% and as always below point .03 Delta 9 THC at .09%.
This strain is also very rich in the Terpene Caryophyllene which is great for lowering inflammation. The next highest Terpene is Myrcene which is known to help with pain. You will then find a high amount of the terpene, Humelene, which is known to have good antibacterial properties.
Terpenes are compounds found across the plant kingdom that are more concentrated in certain plant species like Cannabis. They are known to communicate with our bodies and support the process of homeostasis.
Legalilty and Shipping
This product is 100% legal and certified through the USDA as Industrial Hemp in the 2014 and 2018 farm bill. All products are shipped with a 3rd party lab test and notice to law enforcement as well as discreet labeling for your anonymity.