This sativa-dominant cannabis plant generates long, dense buds with irregularly shaped leaves and petals. The scent it releases when pinched resembles lemon drop candies mixed with an assortment of tart berries. When smoked, Sugar Punch’s buds taste of blackberries and lime slices.
Lab data places its potency at 24% THC, making it significantly stronger than most commercially available buds.
Sugar Punch will get most smokers wired, so it’s an ideal strain for morning or daytime use. It may also work well for staving off fatigue or exhaustion after a long day. Other suggested uses include relieving eye pressure, tension headaches, low moods, lack of appetite, and minor aches and pains.
Common side effects from Sugar Punch include cottonmouth, red eyes, and headaches in some users. Those sensitive to sativas may experience a little anxiety or paranoia, especially with high doses.
Growers should anticipate 9 weeks for flowering.