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Wedding Cake Strain

Review Last Updated: July 7, 2020
Roy Stevens
Product Review by Roy Stevens
Product Features
  • THC Levels up to 17%

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the Wedding Cake Strain.

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

Pros

  • Easy to Grow
  • Ideal for Both Indoor & Outdoor Growing
  • Relaxing High

Cons

  • None

Wedding Cake Strain Product Review

There are fewer strains more potent than Wedding Cake. With THC levels averaging upwards of 25%, Wedding Cake is a strain which should not be taken lightly by inexperienced users. Even seasoned smokers of marijuana ought to exercise restraint and moderation when it comes to Wedding Cake strain.

Wedding Cake was derived from two strains which also possess names involving baked goods – Girl Scout Cookies and Cherry Pie. Wedding Cake’s lineage gives the strain a 60%-40% Indica-Sativa profile and distinctively sweet flavors and aromas.

Effects of Wedding Cake include an intense feeling of relaxation combined with a deep sense of wellbeing. Its strong Indica component can induce the famous couch-lock so potheads should prepare themselves with drinks and snacks on-hand.

Wedding Cake is good for medicinal users who praise the strain for its stress-busting and pain-relieving abilities. It is said that Wedding Cake is an excellent alternative for opiate-based medicines.

Wedding Cake plants tend to be relatively short and squat with strong stems. These properties make Wedding Cake a robust and resilient plant that can thrive in many environments.

After 7-8 weeks during indoor growth, Wedding Cake plants produce dense buds with a yield of 18-21 ounces per square meter. Outdoors, Wedding Cake produces yields averaging 21 ounces per plant.

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