About Cherry Pie
Cherry Pie, sometimes known as Cherry Kush, is a popular and powerful Indica trend hybrid. This strain is a cross between the flavorful Granddaddy Purple Indica and strong Durban Poison Sativa and offers smokers some of the best characteristics of both parental strains. Cherry Pie’s balanced and expansive high is pleasing in a wide variety of settings. This versatility, together with the variety’s sour and fruity flavor, has made it a staple in dispensaries across the country. The Analytical 360 cannabis analysis lab has tested multiple samples of Cherry Pie flower and found consistently high levels of THC, averaging about 20%.
Cherry Pie flowers are small to medium in size and have a bud structure characteristic of other predominantly Indica strains. Well curled blades are densely packed and coiled with vibrant orange pistils. The leaves appear mainly moss green, although some phenotypes show flashes of purple; This last color is due to the high concentrations of pigments in the genes of the plant (transmitted from Grandaddy Purple) that highlight other colors besides green when they are stimulated by low temperatures during the growth process. The colorful buds are covered in translucent white trichomes, giving the little nugs a silver luster and a very resinous texture.
When Cherry Pie heals properly, a sweet and rich cherry flavor jumps out of the buds, accented by some light herbal and floral notes. More moist and spicy notes remain below and come forward when the buds are ground or split open. When burned, Cherry Pie emits a soft smoke that is easily inhaled and on the exhale tastes of toasted and sponge cake with a hint of sweet fruit. Smokers should be aware that this strain can be especially spicy; that interested indiscretion should take the necessary precautions. Buy cannabis online from us.
Cherry Pie has a slow-mounting effect, starting as a progressive feeling of relaxation. At first, smokers can detect slight pressure on their sinuses. After several minutes, Cherry Pie dissolves tension in the core and extremities and makes deep, easy breathing easy. Users may feel that mild short-term worries or stressors have evaporated. This pleasant feeling can be the perfect accompaniment to a cup of coffee in the morning or a cocktail in the evening. As the level progresses, the Sativa side of this strain emerges, working on the user’s perceptions. Visual or auditory stimuli can take on a new intensity, and otherwise worldly thoughts may seem noticeably more interesting. However, this does not mean that Cherry Pie veers easily into the paranoid and overly cerebral territory. The variety’s soothing indica base allows most smokers to travel the journey while fostering creative and analytical work. Because it works on both the body and mind, Cherry Pie is good for activities that involve both, like video games and exercise. In the correct settings, it can also be a powerful aphrodisiac.
For medicinal cannabis patients, Cherry Pie has both psychological and physiological applications. It can help those with anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder to spend their time more consciously and presently. Its unique combination of mental acuity and physical relaxation can also benefit people with attention deficit disorders to devote a great deal of concentration to individual tasks. Anti-inflammatory properties can relieve anything from headaches to chronic disease-related aches and pains. Insufficient doses, Cherry Pie’s sedative tendencies can also alleviate insomnia.
Although Cherry Pie’s provenance is cloudy and no high-profile breeder claims to have originated the strain, several growers have put their seeds up for sale online. It can be grown indoors or outdoors, although successful growing outdoors requires a warm, humid, Mediterranean climate with constant sunlight throughout the day. Plants grow short and bushy with wide side branches. Growers may need to periodically trim light-blocking fan leaves to maximize the growth of low-growing flowering nodes. Those looking to highlight the attractive appeal of this variety’s purple bag should also expose the plants to colder than average temperatures during the growth process. Cherry Pie blooms in 8 to 9 weeks when grown indoors and is ready for harvest in late October when grown outdoors.
With a powerful high that manages to leave users fully functional, Cherry Pie has made a name for itself among well-balanced hybrids. It’s as nice to go out with friends as it is on a slow night at home.