Introducing Fatty Sours, the Sativa-leaning hybrid that packs a tart punch! This feisty fusion of sour fuel flavors is your ticket to a high-octane adventure in taste. Fatty Sours will rev up your senses, catapulting you into a realm of exhilaration and creativity. Get ready to ride the tangy wave of Fatty Sours – the ultimate pick-me-up for the adventurous palate!
~3 second draw*
Flower products give patients the full cannabinoid and terpene profile of each specific strain, ensuring a well-rounded cannabis experience and a great taste.
Patients are recommended to initiate treatment with 1-3 doses. Each dose consist of 1-2 relatively shallow inhales (1-3 seconds) and each held for about 5 seconds before exhaling. Within roughly 5-10 minutes, reassess symptoms and continue with further doses as needed.
If symptoms have improved or subsided no additional sessions are needed and patients can continue treatment the following day when necessary.
Contraindicated in patients:
• with hypersensitivity to cannabinoids (e.g., THC or CBD) or to any of the inert ingredients in this strain;
• with a significant history of cardiovascular disease;
• with an active or previous psychotic or active mood or anxiety disorder; and
• who are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or are breastfeeding.
This product must be kept in its original container until ready for use by the patient. Keep secured at all times. Do not drive or operate any heavy machinery.
It’s illegal to transfer medical marijuana to another person. Use only as directed by your physician. This product is for medical use only. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Marijuana smoke contains carcinogens and may negatively affect health. Medication in this package complies with the requirements of S. 381.986(8)(e)11.d, Florida Statutes.
Produced and distributed by Fluent Cannabis Care.
Strain Source & Origin
Origin: Fatso X OG Sours F4
Strain Source: Alien Genetics
Smell & Taste
Smell & Taste: Sour Fuel
Strain Image Disclaimer:
*The pictured flower is a depiction of quality and may not necessarily correspond to the specific strain.