Cherry Pie

Cherry Pie is an Indica-dominant strain comprising 80% Indica and only 20% Sativa. It is the result of crossing Granddaddy Purple and Durban Poison. This is a medium-sized plant that produces flowers with a THC level between 16% and 24%, and the CBD level is less than 1%. It is a well-known strain that has even won third place at the 2014 Denver High Times Cannabis Cup.

Cherry Pie is a highly dense plant that matures in about 8 to 9 weeks. It does best under indoor and outdoor conditions, with the best yields recorded in regions with a warm Mediterranean climate. And with bushy lateral branches, growers have to trim the plant to enhance light penetration as needed by flowering buds. The flowers are characterized by orange pistils with leaves that are mainly green in color. However, you can find flashes of purple that are hereditary from the parents.

Cherry Pie marijuana strain lets out an aroma of blueberry, cherry, and earthy. When smoked, you will be welcomed with a sweet taste of the mentioned aromas. The inhales taste like toast and biscuits, something that can entice you into taking more doses.

The high effect does not set in immediately. After taking a few puffs, you have some minutes to walk from point A to B. Your body will start responding to the stimulus found in the Chery Pie Strain soon after. A relaxed feeling and deep breathing are usually the first effects followed by a pleasant sensation that drives away worries, stresses, and depressions. These effects may last several hours, momentarily freeing you from your chronic illnesses. Cherry Pie is one of the most famous medicinal strains that is used countrywide. You will find it in almost every dispensary. It is sold to help users relieve symptoms of PTSD, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and any other conditions related to stress. It is also the best strain to use when going out with friends or for a peaceful night.

Positive effects

  • Relaxing
  • Euphoric
  • Uplifting
  • Happy
  • Creative

Adverse effects

  • Dry mouth
  • Dry eyes
  • Dizziness
  • Paranoid

Leave a Reply

Please rate*

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *