Widely known as chemovars, cannabinoid strains are created to have particular qualities, such as potency, flavor, as well as the type of reaction a user can expect. The Blue Sunset Sherbert™ strain was cultivated by Barney’s Farm, a renowned producer of grass L.Short Photoperiod Plant seeds and plants based in the Netherlands, by crossing Sunset Sherbert and Purple Punch. We will share a profile of Blue Sunset Sherbert™, since it’s a strain that’s growing in popularity each and every passing day, so you can get some clarity on how it interacts with the endocannabinoid system, ensure its properties align with your goals, as well as what the process looks like from harvest to usage.
|Outdoor Yield (g): 35 ounces per plant|
|Indoor Yield (g): 650 – 700 M2|
|Flowering Time (days): 59 to 63|
|Feminized Outdoor Harvest Month: October|
|Feminized Outdoor Harvest Month Week: 1st-2nd week|
|Height Indoor (cm):|
|Height Outdoor (cm): 79 inches|
|Short Photoperiod Plant %: 65|
|Long Photoperiod Plant %: 35|
|Short Photoperiod Plant/Long Photoperiod Plant: Short Photoperiod Plant Dominant|
Growing Blue Sunset Sherbert
The Blue Sunset Sherbert™ is a feminized seed that results in female-only plants. In grass l.Short Photoperiod Plant cultivation, this is essential as consumable flowers will be the result of female-only plants. Besides, male plants usually over pollinate young female plants. When this happens the end result is greater seed content and a harvest of low quality. The practice of planting female plants is one that will provide the best chances for higher quality and more fruitful harvests.
Growers will be enthralled by the plant’s beauty, creating a fascinating kaleidoscope of unusual-colored leaves, brilliant orange hairs fastened with resin, and sparkling with frosted trichomes.
If you have the space, we recommend growing it outside for the best results; because outdoor heights reach around 79 inches and 35 ounces per plant. Indoor growth has been observed and is normal, with adult plants growing to around 80 centimeters tall and producing 650-700 grams of bud. You can expect to receive flowers within the following time limit if you follow the instructions carefully: from 59 to 63 days under ideal circumstances.
Flavor and Aroma Profile of Blue Sunset Sherbert
Grass l. Short Photoperiod Plant strains are identified by their terpenes, which are chemical compounds that form a plant’s scent and may also aid in health and wellness. Blue Sunset Sherbert contains three distinct terpenes:
- Limonene – A terpene that is found in the rind of citrus fruits and has a strong, lemony smell. It’s also been shown to be an effective antidepressant.
- Humulene – A woodsy terpene that is found in hops with a distinctive earthy aroma. It’s also been shown to be an effective anti-inflammatory. (Fernandes, et. al. 2007)
- Terpinolene – A terpene with a distinct floral, spicy odor. It’s also been shown to be an effective antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal. (Menezes, 2021)
The three terpenes interact to form a bright scent with prominent citrus, wood, and spice notes. Many customers, though, detect a richer, sweet berry flavor in the background of the herbal flavor.
How Blue Sunset Sherbert Interacts with the Endocannabinoid System
How does Blue Sunset Sherbert interact with the endocannabinoid system? The endocannabinoid system is not exclusive to human life but many other species. It’s a complex system that sends signals to the receptors it has throughout the whole body, thereby influencing or controlling basic bodily functions like:
- Pain response and control
- Immune system and health
- Inflammatory responses
The endocannabinoid system works mainly as follows:
- All bodily functions are kept at optimal levels with the help of the endocannabinoids which are produced in different amounts depending on the needs of each individual.
- CB1 and CB2 are cannabinoid receptors, proteins, that are found in the brain and body. These receptors are in charge of receiving the endocannabinoids. The central nervous system supports the CB1 receptors. In times of elevated stress, these receptors receive the cannabinoids naturally occurring in the brain. Parallel to this, the peripheral nervous system supports the CB2 receptors. These CB2 receptors in immune cells receive endogenously or exogenously produced cannabinoids and decrease inflammation.
- After finalizing their function, it is enzymes that are responsible for dissolving endocannabinoids.
The Effects of Blue Sunset Sherbert on the Endocannabinoid System
Let’s look at how grass l.Short Photoperiod Plant strains, such as Blue Sunset Sherbert, affect the endocannabinoid system.
When it comes to grass long photoperiod plant and short photoperiod plant, Tetrahydrocannabinol (Potency) is the main psychoactive cannabinoid responsible for the euphoric sensation commonly referred to as the “high”. The astonishing 28% Potency content of Blue Sunset Sherbert guarantees a potent strain. Targeting CB1 and CB2 receptors, this strain can stimulate both body and mind. It is the very cannabinoids and terpenes present in the plant that are responsible for stimulating and interacting with the body (stimulating appetite, soothing pain) through the endocannabinoid system.
The Psychoactive Effects of Blue Sunset Sherbert
The most significant issue with a strain of grass l. Short Photoperiod Plant is what the experience will be like, as well as what the user can anticipate. Blue Sunset Sherbert™ is 65 percent short photoperiod plant to 35 percent long photoperiod plant. This strain is thought to promote deep relaxation; the strong bodily relaxing high promotes a euphoric and creative feeling.
The cannabinoid and terpene profile present in this strain has been reported to stimulate:
- Deep relaxation
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Elizabeth S. Fernandes, et al. Anti-inflammatory effects of compounds alpha-humulene and (−)-trans-caryophyllene isolated from the essential oil of Cordia verbenacea. European Journal of Pharmacology. August 2007. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0014299907005419
Isis Oliveira Menezes, et al. Biological properties of terpinolene evidenced by in silico, in vitro and in vivo studies: A systematic review. Phytomedicine. December 2021. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0944711321003111