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Cherry Pie Strain Review

November 11, 2019 Marijuana Strains Comments Off on Cherry Pie Strain Review

Cherry Pie cannabis Strain

Give me a slice of that sweet Cherry Pie. At a glance, it’s not hard to see where the Cherry Pie cultivar gets its name. With vibrant pink and purple tracks running through its deep green nugs, this sweet, fruity strain tastes just as sweet as it looks. But more than its flavor, aroma, and appearance, the Cherry Pie cultivar delivers unprecedented relaxation, laced with lots of smiles, giggles, and blissful euphoria – just like biting into a sweet cherry pie.

Origins

The Cherry Pie strain was born from the union of two of the most iconic strains presently on the market. Granddaddy Purple and Durban Poison are both famous in their own right, both having earned their fair share of recognition for effects that fall on opposite ends of the cannabis spectrum.

Durban Poison

Almost pure in its sativa effects, Durban Poison is not for the faint of heart. This upbeat cultivar brings with it a concoction of uplifting effects, enhancing your energy and creativity to help you get sh*t done with a smile and a song. Flavor-wise, she’s a knock-out, too. The combination of fruity, herbal, piney terpenes create a tongue-caressing symphony of flavor that will leave you wanting for more.

Granddaddy Purple

The Granddaddy Purple gets its name from its oversized, compact nugs that release a strong scent of grape and berry to captivate the senses from the moment you open the pack. Deeply relaxing, the Granddaddy Purple strain is strictly indica, making it the polar opposite of its Durban Poison wife.

 

Cherry Pie cannabis bud

 

Appearance

Sweet and sticky just like cherry pie, this strain showcases crystallized trichomes that give its nugs a shiny glistening coat that’s tacky to the touch. Underneath the sparkling glaze, deep forest green nugs give off a vibrant, inviting aesthetic with saturated pinks and purples breaking the green monotony. Tiny veins of orange tendrils embrace the leaves and give the cultivar an eye-popping appearance that just begs to be tried.

THC Content

Often considered one of the best strains for beginners, the Cherry Pie strain contains anywhere from 15-25% THC. Lower tolerance users can find subtle, substantial effects in its tamed THC levels, relaxing your system without sedating, and invigorating your body without intoxication. More experienced veteran users can enjoy the slight buzz that the strain brings, but for purists who want total couch lockdown, the Cherry Pie strain might be a bit of a lightweight.

Aroma and Flavor Profile

Once you pop open the bag, you’ll be greeted with the inviting scent of a sweet fruity treat. Notes of pepper and pine intertwine with the aromatic fruity scent, wafting through the air with substantial potency. During your first toke, you’re likely to get sucker punched by a sourness that betrays the taste of cherries, closely intertwined with hints of pine and spice that should bring your sleepy senses to life.

Even with its relatively lower THC content, Cherry Pie comes out on top as crowd-favorite, mostly because of her delicious combination of flavors that give a truly distinct toking experience that you’re unlike to find through any other strain.

 

Cherry Pie terpene profile

 

Cherry Pie Effects

The Cherry Pie strain is one that leans very slightly towards the indica side, although still manifesting some of your favorite sativa qualities. What you get is the perfect balance between energy and relaxation for a wide variety of needs and applications.

Relaxation

Cherry Pie is fast acting and long lasting, so shortly after taking that first drag, you will feel a sense of strong calm and collectedness taking over your system. This mild sedation will slow down your breathing, clear your thoughts, and make your worries waft away – at least for a little while.

Euphoric

Feeling a little blue? If you’re down in the dumps, then you might benefit from a sweet slice of Cherry Pie. This strain is well-known for its euphoric effects that take away those negative feelings to put you in a carefree disposition that’s happy and definitely healthier for your mind.

Creative

Many of those who enjoy Cherry Pie choose it for its ability to improve creativity to help you hop over those cognitive mental blocks. The strain is especially effective at clearing mental clutter and stirring relevant thoughts, helping you formulate new ideas and concepts that you might be able to use to further your creative expression.

Uplifted

That upbeat feeling of well-being didn’t come from nothing. Cherry Pie’s light-hearted impact can help put you in a more amiable disposition, perfect for those moments when you’re just not feeling yourself, or when you need the extra hand to navigate social situations.

 

Cherry Pie cannabis flower close up

 

Growing

Cherry Pie might not be the easiest strain to grow, but it’s not the hardest either. For the most part, the cultivar will call for warmer temperatures. Exposure to too much cold can easily cut your little plant’s life short. So, make sure you’ve got lots of warm space for your Cherry Pie to bake and thrive.

In most cases, a Cherry Pie strain will reach maturity at the 7-9-week mark. These plants can grow as high as 78 inches tall, and are beloved by growers for their high yield that gives you more payoff than other strains you might try to grow.

Indoors

If you’re planning to grow her indoors, make sure you’ve got a space that’s not too humid or cool. Moderate temperatures can be perfect for the plant to reach flowering. When in doubt, always go for warmth rather than cold if you’re trying to calibrate indoor conditions to meet your plant’s needs. In most cases, Cherry Pie will survive excessive heat, but never excessive cool.

Outdoors

For outdoor cultivation, make sure night time temperatures don’t fall more than 10 degrees below daytime conditions. Limited moisture should help prevent mold and root rot. Spray your plant sparingly, avoiding the leaves and directing water towards the roots. It’s always better to underwater instead of overwatering to prevent moisture damage to the sensitive root system.

Similar Strains

Loving Cherry Pie so far? Here are some other noteworthy strains that are reminiscent of this top-shelf cultivar:

  • Mango Tango
  • Jillybean
  • Strawberry Cough
  • Cotton Candy Kush
  • Blue Kush
  • Mango Kush
  • Chocolate Thai
  • Purple Urkle
  • AK-47
  • Juicy Fruit
  • Bubble Gum
  • Blueberry
  • White Urkle
  • Lemonberry
  • Rainbow

Reviews

Who doesn’t love cherry pie? General consensus says this strain doesn’t fall short of expectations, and these reviews prove just that.

  • They weren’t wrong when they named this strain. Cherry Pie is just one of those cultivars that you won’t be able to resist because of its distinct, delicious flavor.
  • Ever since I added the strain to my stash, I haven’t been able to make-do without it. It’s relaxing, uplifting, and enjoyable all in one.
  • I’ve been growing cannabis for a while, and Cherry Pie is definitely one of my favorites to bring to full bloom. This strain is hard-wearing and resilient, and I love how it stands out with its beautiful bright colored flowers.

Final Thoughts

Just like your favorite summertime treat, the Cherry Pie cultivar is one that will leave you wanting for more. Sweet and easy like a Sunday morning, this delicate strain brings balanced effects that come at you in a tongue-caressing flavor package that will take all your cares away.

 

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