CHERRY PIE strain review
HIgh , indoor up to 450gr/m2, outdoor 400g/plant
8– 9 weeks , outdoors late October
Sheltered in brigh sunny mediterranean and low -humidity environment
CHERRY PIE strain:
Cherry Pie strain is a common and powerful indica-leaning hybrid, often known as Cherry Kush. This strain is a cross between indica Granddaddy Purple and the heavy Durban Poison Sativa and gives smokers some of the best features of both parent strains.
The tightly-curled leaves are densely packed together and threaded through with vibrant orange pistils. Leaves appear mostly mossy green, although some phenotypes show off flashes of purple; this latter color is due to high concentrations of pigments in the plant’s genes that highlight colors other than green when they’re stimulated by cold temperatures during the growing process.
Together with the taste of tart and fruity, this versatility has made it an important element in dispensaries across the world. Analytical 360 has analyzed numerous samples of cherry blossom and consistently finds high THC levels, with an average of about 20 percent.
When this strain becomes fully treated, a sweet and rich cherry savor, with light herbal, woody, and grapefruit-floral notes, is taken out of the blossoms. Further thanks, hashy notes remain below and are lifted when the buds are ground or open. When vaporized, It produces a smooth smoke, which is easy to breathe and toasted with a touch of sweet fruit on the exhalation tastes.
CP strain flowers within 8 to 9 weeks when grown indoors and is ready for harvest in late October when grown outdoors.
For medical cannabis patients, it has both psychological and physiological applications. Its unique combination of mental acuity and physical relaxation can also benefit those with attention deficit disorders to devote great concentration to single tasks. In enough doses, CP strain sedative tendencies can also relieve insomnia.
With a potent high that manages to leave users fully functional, despite being euphoric, relaxed, and giggly. Cherry Pie has secured a household name among well-balanced hybrids.