Sour Headband Live Resin – Sativa
Sour Headband is a sativa dominant hybrid created through crossing the infamous Sour Diesel X Headband strains. With parents like these, I’m sure you can already imagine how heavy this high it’s going to be.
The Sour Headband high wraps around your mind and body with warming euphoria and tingly relaxation, keeping you active in mind while your body fades into calming oblivion. A cerebral influx of creative energy comes first, lifting your mood and leaving you feeling like you can take on the world. As your mood grows, a tingly effect will start in the back of your head and neck, spreading throughout your body and lulling you into a state of buzzy relaxation that can be arousing at times.
Sour Headband is recommended for experienced users suffering from fatigue, headaches or migraines, inflammation, and chronic pain. This bud has a super sour flavour with a chemical diesel exhale that will leave you gasping for air. The smell is very pungent with a citrus diesel overtone that’s incredibly sour and harsh.
What is Live Resin?
Live resin is a cannabis concentrate that gets its name from the freshness of the cannabis plant from which it’s made. Unlike the majority of cannabis products, Live resin extract is made from plant material that hasn’t been dried or cured. The starting plant material used for live resin includes fresh flower buds and sugar leaves; the large fan leaves and stems are excluded. The flash-freezing process helps preserve the most desirable compounds and retain the full flavour of the originating cannabis plant. Concentrate enthusiasts tend to gravitate toward live resin for its more flavorful and aromatic dabbing experience. When producing live resin, the primary goal is to capture the massive essence and aroma of the live cannabis plant. Products extracted using the live resin process — flash-freezing the cannabis plant material, then extracting it — are associated with high-quality and flavorful concentrates. Bypassing the typical drying and curing processes allows for a greater proportion of essential oils.
These essential oils, technically called terpenes, are the compounds responsible for the distinctive flavours and aromas in cannabis, and other characteristics to be expressed in the final product.