Cherry Pie

Cherry Pie

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Strain Information

This strain offers the best traits from its parents, which are Durban Poison and Grand Daddy Purple. It’s a versatile strain with mind-expanding high that can go with various settings. It can be found in many dispensaries. It doesn’t only sound like a sweet treat, but its taste would remind you of freshly baked goodies.

It creates flowers that can range from small to medium size. The leaves are densely compacted with orange pistils. They are mossy green, and some phenotypes carry purple streaks because of the cold temperature. The buds embrace the translucent white trichomes.

Cherry Pie Strain Specifications

Type: 70% Indica, 30% Sativa
Flowering Period: 56 – 63 days
Climate: warm (temperature shouldn’t exceed 30 degrees Celsius)
Yield: 14 oz per plant (outdoor); 16 oz per square meter (indoor)
Flavors: very sweet, a hint of earthy, fruity berry, sour, citrus
THC Level: 13% – 23%
Height: Medium
Growing Difficulty: Easy or Moderate

What are the Flavor and Effects of Cherry Pie?

The inhale you can take from this strain delivers a distinct fragrance and sweetness. It tastes like smoked cherries with savory earthiness. This is mild on your taste buds, and it gives an awesome smoking experience.

It invokes happiness so it can please every smoker. Its euphoric effect is intertwined with relaxation. It uplifts one’s spirit with a giggly sensation. It can evaporate worries and stress. The relaxing effect of this strain makes the user’s mind to do well in analytical and creative tasks.

It has the ability of a powerful aphrodisiac. It’s a strain that can both entertain exercises or work out and non-active hobbies like playing video games.

What are the medical benefits of Cherry Pie?

This strain is used for physiological and psychological matters for medical cannabis patients. It offers peace of mind to individuals who are stricken with PTSD, depression, and anxiety. It helps people with attention deficit disorder to gain more focus. It corrects the struggles of insomniacs. It has anti-inflammatory properties that relieve headaches and other chronic pain and ache from some diseases.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Cherry Pie

The common side effects gained by smoking this strain are dry eyes and dizziness. There are also signs of paranoia. Beginners must also be cautious as they would experience cottonmouth feel or dry mouth and anxiety.

How to Grow Cherry Pie?

It grows into a medium-sized stature, and it prefers to be cultivated indoors. The outdoor plantation is fine with it too. These plants can be vigorous and healthy. It is resistant to molds and pests, but it’s also a challenge for growers to keep it protected. The outdoor temperature that suits this strain is warm, like the Mediterranean climate.

It’s easy to grow with lots of sunshine and light. Growers should trim and prune this plant to meet your desire to have a high yield. It’s important to get rid of broad leaves that block some flowering nodes from getting light. This strain grows into a short and bushy plant with wide lateral branches.