Although shaped roughly like raw cannabis flowers, Moon Rock Strain may be almost unrecognizable to frequent smokers. The nuggets are bright green thanks to their thorough coating of resin. Moon Rock Strain are also heavier than even the densest. The most solid indica buds, due to their coagulated combination of plant matter, oil, and kief. Unfortunately for connoisseurs of aromatic profiles, very little of Sour D’s signature pungency comes through on initial inspection.
Rather than breaking these well-crafted rocks up with a grinder, consumers should carefully break off small pieces at a time — preferably with a pair of slim, sturdy tweezers, so as to rub off as little precious kief as possible. Similarly, consumers should enjoy pieces of Moon Rock Strain in a piece with a deep and sturdy bowl; a hash pipe would work particularly well. Moon Rock Strain burns slowly, thanks to its wealth of combustible material. Its flavor is a meld of Sour Diesel’s skunky, chemical taste and some distinctly rich, incense-like notes courtesy of the concentrated hash oil.
The high from this delicacy is strong and multi-dimensional. Those lucky enough to have tried it report a strong cerebral edge, thanks to Sour Diesel’s predominantly sativa genetics. The addition of hash oil and kief, however, lend a palpable body high as well, liable to keep smokers pinned in place while still mentally engaged. Moon Rock Strain is of use to both recreational and medical users. Thanks to its combination of mental and physical effects. It can be a mind-expanding and psychedelic experience, as well as a numbing and therapeutic high.
Truly the ‘turducken’ of cannabis products, Sour Moonrocks offers both visual interest and dynamic effects. Although it is currently only available for sale in select California facilities, the intrepid smoker can create a DIY version of Sour Moonrocks armed with some bud of Sour Diesel and this handy guide.