With whopping THC levels that can reach 25%, Sour Fruity is a good choice for tokers who want potent cerebral effects and a truly powerful case of the munchies that can be used to treat wasting and eating disorders. This strain is also effective at treating anxiety, depression, and nausea, though its high THC values may limit its medical effectiveness somewhat. CBD levels, for example, are very low, as they typically are in high-THC plants. That means patients with seizure disorders and other conditions that respond to CBD shouldn’t rely on Fruity Pebbles as their sole source of cannabis treatment. This strain is a sativa-dominant hybrid, though it’s hard to find any solid information on the exact sativa/indica ratio. It’s a cross of Sour Pebble OG and Alien Diesel, and it scored 3rd place in the medical sativa category at the 2014 Seattle Cannabis Cup competition. The unique morning aroma is sour, with hints of fruit and breakfast cereal. The flavor is also sour, but comes with notes of candy and gasoline. Fruity Pebbles can be found in Seattle and Sacramento dispensaries, but otherwise it’s a rare selection.