Sunset Sherbet

  • Sherbet,
  • Sunset Sherbert,
  • Sherbert,
    Hybrid 21% THC

At a Glance

Feelings: Relaxed, Happy, Giggly,
Negatives: Dry Mouth, Dry Eyes, Anxious,
Commonly Used For: Stress, Pain, Chronic Fatigue,
Calming Energizing
Low THC High THC

Sunset Sherbet Strain

Sunset Sherbet, or just Sherbet for short, is a cultivar known for its sweet berry citrus aromas. This award-winning cultivar also has subtle earthy and flowery undertones. It’s a genetic cross of a Girl Scout Cookies phenotype, sometimes referred to as Thin Mint GSC, and Pink Panties. With reported effects of uplifting euphoria, users have also noted that Sunset Sherbet causes feelings of laughter, relaxation, and creative energy. Medical cannabis users have consumed this cultivar for mood disorders, chronic fatigue, pain, insomnia, and stress.

Strain profile, effects, and common uses are based on customer reviews. Further research is needed, and effects may vary by user. Information on this page does not constitute or replace medical advice.


Relaxed Happy Giggly Dry Mouth Dry Eyes Anxious


Sweet Citrus Berry


Caryophyllene Limonene Humulene Linalool


21% THC

Sunset Sherbet Strain Effects & Common Usage

Sunset Sherbet is high in THC, which is anti-inflammatory and used as a pain reliever and appetite stimulant by many medical cannabis users. 

Relaxed. Limonene, linalool, and caryophyllene may help ease anxiety and have relaxing effects.

Happy. Limonene and caryophyllene can both have potentially mood-enhancing and anti-anxiety effects.

Giggly. THC and limonene may have mood-enhancing effects that may increase the chance of laughter.

Stress. Myrcene and linalool have relaxing effects that may help reduce stress.

Pain. THC, myrcene, humulene, and caryophyllene all have potential anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties.

Chronic Fatigue. Limonene can have uplifting effects, which may help with feelings of fatigue.

Sunset Sherbet Strain Dosage Recommendations

Sunset Sherbet is a complex cultivar that has been reported to have effects of uplifting euphoria and deep relaxation. While it sits at an average THC level of about 22%, the array of effects may make it a cultivar worth consuming in mindful doses. Adverse effects may include dry mouth, dry eyes, and anxiety.

The right dosage can vary greatly from one user to the next. If you have questions about finding the right dosage or product type for your needs, consider consulting with a medical cannabis doctor, or you can request a consultation with NuggMD’s Cannabis Concierge.

Cultivation Tips

Space Needed 3 feet height
Growing Environment 55-60% humidity, warm environment (70-75 degrees Fahrenheit)
Flowering Time 8 - 9 weeks
Yield Low
Recommended Level Novice