This strain will keep you on your toes (and by that we mean your couch) in the very best way
In a world brimming with cannabis strains, one hybrid stands out like a mischievous Cheshire cat in a garden of greenery – Sueno, the delightful offspring of Blue Dream and Sour Diesel. If you’re searching for a strain that promises intrigue, allure, and an experience that’s as beguiling as a Lewis Carroll novel, then fasten your seatbelts, because we’re about to delve into the rabbit hole of Sueno’s wonderland.
But before we get into that, let’s discuss a little about the science behind Sueno, shall we? So this strain is a cross between Blue Dream x Sour Diesel — two absolutely epic strains — and the current batch clocks in with a THC content of 18.21%. Not the highest we’ve seen, but certainly not the lowest. And as we all know, it’s not really the size of the THC, but the motion of the effects ocean, right?
Now, I know what you’re thinking – “Blue Dream and Sour Diesel? Isn’t that like mixing a lullaby with a rock concert?
Well, my friends, prepare to be pleasantly surprised because Sueno manages to strike a curious balance between tranquil relaxation and electrifying excitement. But we’ll get to that.
Before I do, I want to note something curious. When I opened my little container of Sueno, the first thing I noticed was that the aroma is a unique mix of strawberries, spring flowers and maybe, like, milk or something? It was definitely not what I expected to smell, considering the strain’s origins. I would have expected a gas-heavy stench (in the nicest way possible) considering the diesel origins, which tend to dominate. But that ain’t the case with this one.
And, the effects are equally as surprising. What I realized very quickly after smoking a couple of bowls is that Sueno is a cunning character. After one bowl, I didn’t feel particularly high, so I decided to load another one. But it turns out I should have just waited.
The effects of this strain apparently start with a gentle, tranquil embrace. The relaxation crept in slowly, like a sneaky cat burglar tip-toeing through my mind, its light footsteps soothing away stress and tension. But just when I thought I had this strain figured out, it was like a switch flipped, and bam! I was hit with a wave of cerebral fireworks.
It was legit like, “The eff just happened here?” Relaxed to deep thoughts with Jack Handy. Stoic to a stoned version of the statue of David (but with pants). You catch my drift.
I went from brain dead to falling into a rabbit hole of thought, pondering the mysteries of the universe, like, “Why do they call it ‘fast food’ when it takes so long to prepare?” Oddly enough, though, while I was deep in a pool of introspection, there were also points where I
felt as tranquil as a sloth in a hammock. This lasted for at least an hour, with me pondering the deepest thoughts a person could think, like, “Watching hair blow is like watching a glitch in real time” and “I think I want a cartoon ham tattooed on my arm.” Both of those are real things I found in my notes, by the way.
It was great.
But wait! There’s a plot twist! It turns out Sueno is the master of suspense. Just when I thought it was over, it pulled a sneaky move and crept back up on me. Hours after my initial sesh, I found myself in an unexpected state of mellow bliss, still pondering the mysteries of the universe, and craving a midnight snack that involved an ungodly amount of cheese.
In other words, Sueno is the kind of strain that keeps you on your toes (or rather, your couch) with its playful blend of relaxation and cerebral excitement. It’s like the rollercoaster of strains, minus the nausea. So, next time you’re looking for a delightful plot twist in your weed-smoking adventures, give Sueno a whirl, and prepare to be enchanted by its sneaky charms.