Wedding Cake, also known as Pink Cookies or Birthday Cake, resulted in a cross between its parent strains – GSC and Cherry Pie. This well known Indica dominant hybrid has a CBD level of less than 1%, and THC content measured up to 27%, making it an extremely potent strain.
The buds of WC are dense, medium green with bright orange and purple hairs, compactly covered with trichomes. Unlike an actual cake, the scent of this strain is earthy with a hint of sweet aroma afterward. But if a scent has at least a bit of sweetness to it, consumers will be surprised to find out the rich tangy and sour taste of this cannabis strain, and that it tastes nothing like a traditional dessert, it’s named after. Only the slight creaminess in the aftertaste might remind you of a delicate treat.
Despite the confusion with the taste, this strain loved by cannabis consumers. It starts to act rather quickly, giving a very clear-headed high, initially accompanied by the feeling of euphoria, elevated mood, and a sense of happiness and well being. It settles into bodily sensations of warmth and delightful heaviness. It is known to be best for creating art, exercising, enjoying conversations with family members, relaxing, a perfect evening strain. Wedding Cake also helps to alleviate stress, anxiety, and depression. Its relaxing properties works amazingly for people with insomnia. It’s analgesic properties made it an excellent match for people dealing with pain from arthritis, MS, fibromyalgia, etc. It can help people suffering from ADD by stimulating focus. Boosts an appetite, which is helpful for people going through chemotherapy.
The common side effects of a high THC profile strain are dry mouth and dry eyes. Because of its potency, this strain is not recommended for individuals new to cannabis intake, since it may cause paranoia and anxiety if taken too much. Wedding cake was one on The Top 5 Cannabis Strain in Colorado 2019