Diamond Socks catches the attention of many enthusiasts. Its buds have a striking gleam that give it the appearance of diamonds. Furthermore, each are densely coated in white trichomes. It oozes an aromatic blend of flowers, fruits, and earth which hint at its potency and the high that is to come.
Upon consumption, it induces a stress-crushing buzz that eliminates mental and physical fatigue with its mellow euphoria. It envelops the body in relaxation, before sending the mind off to the clouds. Casual users will find that it boosts one’s ability to think clearly too, while also providing enough energy that keeps one upbeat throughout the day.
Its history is shrouded in mystery, but one thing is sure – it hails from the elusive Hawaiian Silverback. The tropical strain has an invigorating head and body high that is excellent for daytime use, especially since it taps the creative senses. Beyond waking and baking, it is also a versatile source of relief.
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Our Diamond Socks Strain Review
Information About Diamond Socks Strain
|EFFECTS||Happy – 10|
Relaxed – 10
|FRAGRANCE||Floral, fruity, hash, earthy, sweet|
|FLAVORS||Hash, earthy, floral, sweet, spicy, fruity|
|MEDICAL||Stress – 10|
|FLOWERING TIME INDOOR||8 to 10 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOOR||Mid to late October|
|THC CONTENT %||16% to 24%|
|CBD %||Up to 1%|
|INDOOR YIELD||12 to 14 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||14 ounces or more per plant|
|CLIMATE||Sunny and temperate climate|
|RESISTANCE TO DISEASE||Unknown|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
Diamond Socks has a no-nonsense brand of high. It is quick to act, delivering a straightforward euphoria that improves the mood within minutes after the first two to three tokes. With that said, pacing is essential to keeping the high pleasant. Its THC levels go from 16% to 24%. Using it without caution could be overwhelming.
In moderation, the onset is a pleasant happy high. It helps users sort out thoughts as it clears the mind. It also instills an upbeat disposition. Free of worry and negativity, getting through the day and completing tasks becomes easier to do.
Its Indica effects come within 30 minutes to an hour after the initial onset. It starts at the temples as a light but persistent pressure that irons out creases in the forehead before eventually ebbing down through the back of the neck. To the lower extremities, it brings a buzzing sensation that massages the muscles until it is free of tension. Although intense, the comedown is far from debilitating. It neither glues users to a spot or leaves one feeling sedated.
Diamond Socks has a floral aroma with notable hints of fruit and earth. Breaking it apart or combusting it reveals a sharper hash undertone.
In the palate, Diamond Socks produces a flavorful blend of hash and wet soil. Savoring the smoke eventually brings out its floral overtones which add a little sweetness against the initial spiciness. On the exhale, it leaves a fruity aftertaste.
Users can expect the usual dry spell when toking Diamond Socks. It has moisture-inhibiting cannabinoids that affect the eyes and mouth the most. Generally speaking, it is mild enough that users will barely notice the difference. However, beginners who are unaccustomed to the side effects of cannabis use may down a few glasses of water throughout the day to manage the discomfort.
Diamond Socks’ high levels of THC are not only limited to recreational use. It also aids greatly in relieving the mental and physical manifestations of stress. Along with its up to 1% CBD, it stabilizes turbulent emotions, removes worries, and eliminates the overwhelming dread induced by chronic stress. Simultaneously, it gives the body a light physical massage that relives it of fatigue.
It could also be beneficial to users with depression, anxiety, and PTSD. Its uplifting head high as well as calming euphoria has potent anti-depressant, anxiolytic, and anti-psychotic properties. Moreover, it instills a sense of peace that helps one realign goals for the day.
Having analgesic abilities, Diamond Socks could be a natural alternative to opioid-based painkillers. It soothes away aches and pains all over the body regardless of its cause and intensity. As such, patients can take advantage of the strain to appease common health issues like joint pains, arthritis, and head to toe aches. Its muscle-relaxing, on the other hand, prevents contractions and spasms.
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Diamond Socks is difficult to acquire, but not at all hard to grow. Once ahold of, growers will note that it exhibits many typical Sativa traits. It is quite lanky as it tends to stretch upward and has long, thin leaves with a lime green hue. Its buds take on the same appearance in that each end is elongated.
It flourishes virtually anywhere – indoors, outdoors, and inside greenhouses. It rarely requires any special care, but seasoned growers may make provisions to supplement the plant’s growth. It works perfectly with the Screen of Green method which requires installing a net above the plant then weaving the branches into the screen to create an even canopy. Pairing it with another technique called Topping – which removes the tops of the main cola – will help produce multiple budding sites.
Growers who are buying clones may want to use a Screen of Green setup instead. It is a non-invasive method that works perfectly with plants that have shorter growing phases which cannot recover in time.
It takes Diamond Socks 8 to 10 weeks to fully flower. Once ready for harvest, it yields between 12 to 14 ounces of buds per square meter.
Growers from the northern hemisphere will notice that the strain produces flowers around the middle to the last week of October. Usually, it produces at least 14 ounces of buds per plant.
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