Typical Effects

  • Happy
  • Relaxed
  • Sleepy

Time of Day

  • Afternoon

Common Usage

  • Anxiety
  • Migraine
  • Pain


  • Caryophyllene
  • Humulene
  • Limonene Terpene


  • Earthy
  • Pine
  • Sweet


  • Dry-Mouth
    Dry Mouth

About SPK

What Type Of Strain Is Sour Patch Kids?

Sour Patch Kids is a Sativa strain that has gained popularity in the recent years.

Does SPK Go By Any Other Names?

Yes, SPK is an acronym for Sour Patch Kids, both can be used in place of the other when talking with a budtender.

What Is SPK’s THC Content?

SPK has a medium THC content of around 19%, but we actually caution against using just the THC content when judging the efficacy of a strain, but instead also take into account a strain’s terpene profile.

What Types Of Terpenes Does SPK Have?

SPK’s dominant terpenes consist of Caryophyllene, Humulene, and Limonene, which gives it its signature earthy, sweet and flavors.

What Time Of Day Should I Take SPK?

SPK is best taken in the afternoon, but keep in mind that strains affect individuals differently, so it might be a good idea to speak with a budtender before making any changes to your regimen.

Where Can I find SPK?

Individuals in search of SPK should be able to find it at any number of medical and adult use dispensaries across the country.

What Flavors Does Sour Patch Kids Have?

Like we stated above, SPK has earthy, piney and sweet flavors that many users enjoy.

Can Medical Patients Use Sour Patch Kids?

Yes, medical users have reported positive results from using SPK for a variety of maladies, such as anxiety, migraines, and depression.

Does SPK Have Any Side Effects?

Just like other strains, SPK can have mild side effects to users. The most common reported side effect is dry mouth. Individuals currently seeking treatment for dry mouth should consult their budtender, as this strain may counteract any medication they may be taking for their treatment.

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