A cross between three world-class strains, Sour Chelumbian, was bred by crossing East Coast Sour Diesel (ECSD), Santa Marta Columbian, and UK Cheese. Due to these all-star genetics, Sour Chelumbian offers users an enticing mix of aromas, flavors, and effects that earned them a first-place finish at the 2012 Sonoma Harvest Cup.
As an easy to grow cannabis plant, Sour Chelumbian flowering time is roughly 68 days and produces large, resinous and aromatic colas while its yields remain plentiful thanks to its parent ECSD. When properly cultivated and cured, Sour Chelumbian buds are known to produce bulbous and olive-green buds covered in sticky glandular trichomes and amber-colored pistils. When consumed, its flavor is fruity, musky, sweet, and sour. Its scent is similar, but with earthy, pine, and petrol undertones.
Sour Chelumbian offers users an intense cerebral high and a blissful, euphoric experience. Its high has been reviewed by consumers to be energetic and uplifting, inducing the consumer with bursts of motivation and creative calmness that can enhance social situations and everyday tasks. Reviewers have also noted this strain's ability to help alleviate depression, fatigue, and appetite loss. It's been reported that adverse effects of Sour Chelumbian include anxiety or paranoia for novice consumers, along with dry eyes and dry mouth.
THC levels fluctuate depending on the cultivation and curing techniques used, so be sure to check the label before consuming it.