Cherry Pie Strain
Cherry Pie Strain: What Is It? It is a hybrid that is a cross of Durban Poison and Granddaddy Purple with a heavy Indica dominance of up to 80%. It’s buds are also dense and covered in orange hair with a bit of purple, and have a sour and sweet aroma and flavor. As top-notch strain, you’d expect this strain to be top-notch, Cherry Pie contains a large amount of terpenes with myrcene the most common.
It has a fresh baked cherry pie aroma. Also once you start smoking it, you will immediately get the he skunky, piney taste and will be amaze with the sweetness flavor.
It features dense buds that are covered in orange hair and have a purple hue. Each nug is thickly coated with frosty white trichomes and contains a lot of resin.
What are the Medical Benefits of Cherry Pie
Cherry Pie strain helps in the relief of anxiety and stress. It is frequently recommended to those who are depressed because of it’s evident potential to improve one’s mood.
This strain can help patients with migraines, fibromyalgia, and a variety of other conditions. Cherry Pie also balanced focus and stability for those who have difficulties issues focusing their attention towards a single task.
Furthermore this strain comes with high in appetite, So Cherry Pie strain will be beneficial medically for patients suffering from appetite lost.
TYPE: Sativa Dominant Hybrid
THC: 14% to 23%
APPEARANCE: Cherry Pie Kush has a perfect mix of colorful hues, stacked orange hairs and impressive resin production.
SMELL: Cherry Pie Kush smells of sweet cherries, peppery grapes and sour lemons.
BEST FOR TREATING: Pain relief, appetite and stress.
CREATED FEELINGS: When smoked Cherry Pie strain, it has a smooth taste that’s feeling can be felt instantaneously. The high continues to elevate creeping up on you over the next few minutes. Soon you find yourself lost in an energetic, cheerful and alert high.
DURATION: Great high for around 2 hours. Buy Marijuana Online
SIMILAR STRAINS: Super Lemon Haze, Berry White and Vanilla Haze
|Quantity Needed||1/2 Ounce (14 grams), 1/2 Pound (227 grams), 1/4 Pound (114 grams), 1/8 Pound (57 grams), A Pound (454 grams), An Ounce (28 grams)|