Super Silver Haze x ChemDawg – Sour #7 (Cherry Creek High Expectations)

Written by tlh on June 6th, 2010. Posted in A, Blog, Cherry Creek High Expectations, Reviews, Sativa-Dominant Hybrid

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Super Silver Haze x ChemDawg [Sour #7 Phenotype] Medical Marijuana Strain Review

From:  Cherry Creek High Expectations

Grade:  A

Type:  Hybrid sativa dominant [Sour #7 Phenotype]

Price:  $50/8th

Appearance:  (10/10) Super frosty lightish green with slightly darker leaves, some purpling on calyxes and leaves, not very visible to the naked eye though.  Some yellow tips on the remaining tiny leaves, orange-brown pistils.  For me, this was one of the most beautiful samples I’ve had to date: gigantic tall undamaged trichs everywhere, nice mix of colors, and amazing pictures.  The harvest was maybe a bit early, but I’m not the grower and perhaps the clear trichomes are the desired effect.

Aroma:  (9/10) Nicely pungent blend of fuel, skunk, lemon, and nicely acrid Haze.  You can really notice the Chem influence this time compared to the sweet pheno, with this one being preferred overall by the review panel.

Taste:  (9/10) The flavors reported back include peach skin, fruity, chemical pine, and acrid.  A bit hashy mid-bowl, but excellent flavor overall.  Burned to light gray, almost white.

Effects:  Definitely a Haze, you can feel that familiar cloud settling in around your head.  Big time eyes high but not the usual feeling, more like a buzzing and what feels to me like a lack of pressure.  Very relaxed to start off in comparison to Sweet #9.  Positive and laughy, a little slow mentally but enjoyably so.  Not much of a body high feeling, mostly just very relaxed.  The eyes high has turned a little more towards the tired side 45 mins in.  Some ‘timewarp’ happening, time was flying…  Somewhat non-descript as it went on, just nicely relaxed both physically and mentally, with an enduring eye/sinus high that stayed into the 3rd hour.

Duration:  Long.  Almost 3 hours.

Medicinal Traits: (We are NOT doctors – personal opinion ONLY)  A little more analgesic properties than the Sweet #9, possible relief from ocular pressure, depression, general relaxation, and light tension.

Overall:  Although both the Sweet and Sour phenotypes received A grades, it was unanimous that all reviewers would choose Sour #7 if given their druthers.  It wasn’t that it was a distinct uptick in quality, more of some very subtle differences (like a leather package in your favorite car).  It was just a slight bit more potent, had a slightly less harsh taste, provided a bit more pain killer, and just looked perfect in every facet.  Very nice strain!

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