Cherry Pie cannabis is an Indica-dominant weed that has a genetic makeup of 80% Indica to a 20% Sativa component. With a 20% THC level and a CBD content of 0.5%, this weed will bring out an energy-filled day if consumed as a daytime toke. These weeds have a dense bud structure that mainly accentuates their forest green foliage. Bright orange pistils are found in the deeply serrated leaves and nugs with a scattering of white, creamy trichomes covering its buds.
Origin Of Cherry Pie
The Cherry Pie breeders are not yet known until his day yet its genetic lineage is a combination of powerhouse strains that the weed has inherited, bringing out potent highs that combine a great bag appeal. This is a cross between the couch-locking Grandaddy Purple and the intense South African landrace Durban Poison.
Effects Of Cherry Pie
Cherry Pie strain effects have a more noticeable cerebral stimulation than its physical high. Although they lean more on the Indica in its genetic composition, a boost of energy will start its high as users will be upon their toes as soon as the initial toke is exhaled. This adds a bounce to their step and provides them with that vigor to keep on pace with the daily grind! A buzzing head rush will have the users feeling euphoric and this paves the way for their moods to be uplifted. This gives the user a genuine feeling of happiness within them.
As the mental stimulation continues, warmth will be enveloping the user’s entire body as they will be led to a full relaxing high. Muscles and joints will start to loosen and they will sink into a deeper tranquil bliss without the ill effect of being couch-locked. This weed is best toked during the day and never at night, the energy this weed provides will keep the users wide awake until the wee hours of the morning!
Medical Uses Of Cherry Pie
Cherry pIe has a very effective stress-relieving capability as its relaxing properties paired with its mood upliftment will provide a calming mind and body high that will release all the tension and stress built up inside the user. Those suffering from PTSD, anxiety, and depression can also partake of this weed to provide them with an enhanced mood and euphoric high. This blocks away from all the negativity inside and transports the user’s mind into a realm where all positivity exists.
The High THC content of this weed plus its modest CBD composition makes it an effective painkiller as it releases its analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties to numb the pain caused by fibromyalgia, joint inflammation, migraines, and other acute and chronic pain.
Taste And Aroma Of Cherry Pie
The aroma from the buds of the Cherry Pie cannabis strain smells like a freshly baked pie of blueberries and cherries. It has a strong sweet flavor only to be balanced out by the earthy scent of cannabis. Just like its fragrance, the taste is something to delight, as a pungent damp earth flavor greets the user’s palate with hints of skunkiness and blueberries. A sour-tasting aftertaste remains in the mouth as the smoke is exhaled.
Growing Critical Cherry Pie
Cherry Pie Feminized weed strains are very easy to care for and can be grown indoors or outdoors. They love a warm, sunny, and dry climate. Indoors growers can easily replicate this growing environment with the proper grow room equipment of HID lamps and ventilation equipment. These medium-sized plants will need all the grower’s help in maximizing their airflow and light penetration to promote even and healthy growth. Pruning some of its lower leaves and branches will give the plant better air circulation and allow light to deeply penetrate the insides of the plant. They will be ready for harvest in 8 to 9 weeks and produce a yield of about 400 to 500 grams of top-tier Cherry Pie buds!
Cherry Pie Feminized Strain Specifications
Type: Indica-dominant (80%)
Genetics Parents: Granddaddy Purple x Durban Poison
Flowering Period: 8 – 9 weeks
Climate: Warm, Mediterranean Climate
Yield: 16 ounces per sqm/ 14 ounces per plant
Flavors: Blueberry, Cherry, Earthy, Sweet
THC Level: 20%
CBD Level: 0.05%
Harvest Period: Late October
Growing Difficulty: Easy
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