Sour Amnesia is a moderate to high-potency strain from the Colorado-based Euflora recreational dispensary. With 15 to 22% THC and less than 1% CBD, this product is suitable for intermediate or advanced consumers, depending on the batch. There is more than enough THC to cause intoxication. Remember that it is illegal to drive under the influence of cannabis. Users report a sweet, “earthy,” diesel flavour.Experience:
Sour Amnesia offers a relaxing experience while keeping the mind sharp. Users report feeling a euphoric, cerebral energy that increases creativity, improves focus, triggers giggling and encourages socializing. Meanwhile, the body high provides a buzz leading to comfortable relaxation and overall laziness.
Sour Amnesia’s energizing properties make it useful in social settings or during times when there is work to be done. It’s relaxing body effects help keep stress at bay if the workload becomes too much.
Sour Amnesia is appropriate for daytime use.
No terpene profile is available for this product.Additional Ingredients:
Due to the multiple strains from several different sources, it is uncertain as to what additional ingredients may be present, or if the products are organic.
However, the legal cannabis industry in Colorado is bound by strict safety regulations to ensure that all cannabis is safe for consumption and free of harmful contaminants.
• Paranoia (extremely common)
• Dry mouth (uncommon)
• Dry eyes (rare)
• Anxiety (rare)
• Dizziness (extremely rare)
Originally bred by HortiLab Seeds, Sour Amnesia is a sativa-dominant cross between Sour Diesel and Amnesia. This award-winning strain made second place in the sativa category of the 2012 High Times Cannabis Cup.Manufacturer:
Established in 2014, Euflora has been in business since the dawn of legalization in Colorado. In Denver on April 2nd of that year, the opened their very first store. By October, they were recreational marijuana dispensary in Aurora.
Today, Euflora operates a total of six locations throughout the state – two in Denver, two in Aurora, one in Longmont and a final one in Aspen.