Sangria: Exotic Looks And Analgesic Effects
Sangria is an indica-dominant hybrid with powerful analgesic and sedative effects. Vintners Moonshine and Querkle parentage combine to produce a richly pungent aroma in the mature flowers of Sangria. An initial burst of sour grape mellows to red wines and vodka—and one sniff is never enough. This is couchlock cannabis that intoxicates.
A short and vigorous plant, Sangria is ready for harvest after a quick 55–60 days of flowering. Buds have deep green and burgundy shades when ready, with fat trichomes that don’t need a magnifying glass to be seen. Rhinestones of resin sparkle from flower to leaf tip. There’s no need for a fussy trim when there’s resin everywhere.