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Cherry Pie Strain

Review Last Updated: June 15, 2020
Roy Stevens
Product Review by Roy Stevens
Product Features
  • THC Level up to 23%

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the Cherry Pie Strain.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Happy relaxed High
  • Good for Indoor & Outdoor Cultivation
  • Strong Flavor

Cons

  • None

Cherry Pie Strain Product Review

As its name suggests, Cherry Pie is a sweet-tasting strain that is aromatically pleasing. Its appearance is somewhat distinctive due to the bright orange pistils which adorn its buds.

The origins of Cherry Pie are unknown, but it is commonly believed to be a cross between Grand Daddy Purple and Durban Poison strains. Whatever its origins, Cherry Pie is a pleasingly fragrant strain that delivers a unique high characterized by euphoria and an injection of energy. These effects are somewhat unusual for Indica strains.

Cherry Pie, while potent enough to deliver an enjoyable high, is not so strong that it wouldn’t be a good choice of strain for first-time recreational cannabis consumers. Medicinal users can expect Cherry Pie to provide relief for a variety of ailments, including stress and depression as well as mild aches and pains. Another benefit of Cherry Pie is its ability to stimulate appetite in patients undergoing treatments that diminish appetite.

Growers of Cherry Pie need to ensure warmth and exposure to ample light for both indoor and outdoor growth. Harvesting usually takes place around the nine-week mark and yields for outdoor growers can range from fourteen ounces per plant, while indoor cultivators can expect sixteen ounces per square meter.

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